All participants will conduct the London Classical Soloists at the final concerts. There will be a competition at each final concert and the winners will be invited to conduct the London Classical Soloists at a concert at Cadogan Hall in spring 2016.
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General Information Venues: the courses will take place in Central West London Number of participants: 12 Podium time with orchestra: 40 minutes + concert performance Sessions: additionally to piano and orchestra sessions, each single participant will receive a 60-minute one-to-one personal coaching session Achim Holub’s assistant: Christof Harr [www.christof-harr.de]
Video A personalised multi-angle video of your performance including a professional sound recording will be available shortly after the final concerts and is included in the course fee.
Fees Registration fee, to secure your place (only payable if we are able to offer you a place): £150 Fee for course A: £690 (£540 course fee + £150 registration fee) Fee for course B: £750 (£600 course fee + £150 registration fee) Fee for both courses: £1250 (£1100 course fee + £150 registration fee) Application deadline: Friday 27 March 2015, 5pm Since places are limited, please apply as early as possible.
Course A Course dates: Monday 6 April till Thursday 9 April 2015 Arrival: Sunday 5 April or Monday 6 April early morning Departure: Thursday 9 April late evening or Friday 10 April Final concert and competition: Wednesday 8 April, 7.30pm Repertoire: Beethoven, Symphonies No. 2 D major, Op. 36 and No. 7 A major, Op. 92 [Editions: Bärenreiter].
Course B Course dates: Thursday 9 April till Sunday 12 April 2015 Arrival: Wednesday 8 April or Thursday 9 April early morning Departure: Sunday 12 April late evening or Monday 13 April Final concert and competition: Saturday 11 April, 7.30pm Repertoire: Beethoven, Symphonies No. 5 c minor, Op. 67 and No. 8 F major, Op. 93 [Editions: Bärenreiter].
Main focus Conducting technique and communication of interpretational concepts. Findings of the historically informed performance practice movement. Efficient preparation of parts and rehearsals. Future-oriented career management and music business survival strategies. Target group: conducting students and professionals; chorus masters; instrumentalists and music pedagogues who would like to improve their skills in ensemble leadership.
Application To apply, use the PDF Application Form or send an email firstname.lastname@example.org with name, address, nationality, phone & mobile numbers and a short CV. To secure your participation, please make sure to pay the registration fee of £150 as soon as possible (transfer details will be sent to you if we are able to offer you a place).