- Lesson: 4 collective sessions of 2 days according to a schedule established by the professor. All students must participate at the 2 days sessions Calendar: 2021 November 15th and 16th; - 2022 February 11th, 12th ; - May 20th, 21th; - June 10th, 11th; Lessons are collective and all students must participate at the 2 days sessions.
- Deadline Application: 2021 11th October, with the YouTube link included
Individual course registration fee (non-refundable, to be enclosed with the application form) valid also as auditor’s attendance fee: € 130,00. Individual attendance fee (to be paid within 15th December): € 1500,00??
- Open to: all pianists
Teacher: Ricardo Castro - 4 sessions
Programme: The program will focus on traditional piano repertoire in addition to how to read and prepare an orchestral scores to conduct from the keyboard. The pianists will work together on the approach of modern conducting techniques and rehearsing strategies for chamber groups, chamber and symphony orchestras.
No conducting skills are required. Students will have the opportunity to play and conduct with Orchestra Galilei of Scuola di Musica di Fiesole in the first two periods of lessons of the post graduate course: 2021 November 15th, 16th and 2022 February 11th, 12th
1 Piece by Johann Sebastian Bach
1 Etude by Chopin or Liszt
1 Concerto for piano and orchestra by Bach, Hydn, Mozart or Beethoven (first movement)
At the professor’s discretion, the best students may be chosen to hold recitals during the year.
The course will take place only if the minimum number of students required is reached.
This course is for musicians who have obtained the Old Order Degree or AFAM 1st level degree, but in cases of precocious talent, students not yet in possession of the aforementioned qualifications could also be admitted.
Auditors admitted compatibly with the availability of rooms due to anti-contagion measures.