MASTER CLASS FOR CHAMBER MUSIC
Strings and piano – pre-existing ensembles only
12–26 August 2018 in Reichenau / Rax

Hatto Beyerle
Evgenia Epshtein
Avedis Kouyoumdjian
Johannes Meissl
Peter Nagy
Petr Prause
Miguel da Silva
Jan Talich
Vida Vujic

TARGET GROUP, COURSE STRUCTURE, REPERTOIRE and COURSE LANGUAGE

TARGET GROUP
Pre-existing ensembles only
Highly advanced undergraduates with performing experience

COURSE STRUCTURE
Each ensemble will, if possible, receive instruction from all of the chamber music professors present at the course.

REPERTOIRE
The master class repertoire ranges from baroque to contemporary music. Previous years have always seen special attention paid to Viennese Classicism, to works by Central and Eastern European Composers, and to the music of the Second Viennese School. isa also encourages all students to bring along repertoire that has to do with the current year's motto or is linked to it in terms of music history.
Learn about the background of your works, and use your power of imagination! 

COURSE LANGUAGE
English

WORKSHOPS, LECTURES and COACHING SESSIONS
Alongside the two-week master classes given by well-known, leading artistic personalities, isa also offers participants additional learning opportunities in the form of workshops, lectures, and coaching sessions.

All supplementary workshops and lectures are accessible only in combination with a master class and are included in the course fee.

COMPETITIONS
As part of the concerts and auditions during the second week, prizes will be awarded for outstanding interpretations of certain works (master class-specific and isa-wide).

CONCERTS
The isaFestival is the presentation platform for all isa participants, providing the opportunity to perform in public as part of its concerts.
Exceptionally high artistic quality (soloist-level) is required.
Selection and final decisions regarding invitations to perform are made by isa's artistic director.

APPLICATION and APPLICATION  REQUIREMENTS
A prerequisite for participation is having attained a high artistic level, to be certified by:

1. Two demo recordings (audio or video)
2 movements or pieces ( one slow, one fast):
One from the context of Viennese Classicism (Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven) or by a related composer
One from a stylistic era of your choice.
(Upload .mp3 files or links )

2. Letter of recommendation
A letter of recommendation from a renowned professor or a recognised personality of international musical life that addresses one’s artistic qualification for this master class is required.(Upload .doc or .pdf file)

3. Ensemble foto
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FEES (per person)

Application fee € 150
Course tuition fee: € 445

  • Master class including practice opportunities
  • Participation in workshops, lectures, and competitions
  • Free admission to all concerts of the isaFestival

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TRAVEL & ACCOMMODATIONS
Participants are responsible for making and paying for their own travel arrangements.
We do offer a shuttle service at each course location that runs between the local train station and the hotel on the arrival and departure dates, as well as to concerts and by special arrangement.
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SCHOLARSHIP
We would like to point out that the regular fees cover only a small percentage of the actual cost of your participation and thus represent a partial scholarship for all participants.
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ACCOUNT INFORMATION
Name: Universitaet fuer Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien
Purpose: VA31SA18
Bank: UniCredit Bank Austria AG
Please choose the option “no charges for recipient”.
IBAN: AT121200051428590201
BIC/SWIFT: BKAUATWW

If someone else is paying for you, please ensure that your name is noted on the bank transfer form.

CONTACT INFORMATION

isa – International Summer Academy of the mdw
Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1
1030 Vienna
AUSTRIA

Mag.a Christine Seblatnig

T +43-1-71155-5110
F +43-1-71155-5199

isa-music@mdw.ac.at
www.isa-music.org

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