The masterclasses are already filled (active participants) to their maximum capacity. If you are interested, you can still subscribe as a passive participant.

The project „VISEGRAD MUSIC MASTER CLASSES“ is focused on improving the artistic and performing skills of young musicians – string instruments and flute players. The classes will be led by prominent V4 musicians – reputable pedagogues and world-renowned concert artists. It is rather rare to find master classes where the students have the privilege to work with a top level concert artists on a daily basis. Such an intensive interaction between the student and the teacher can lead to a notable improvement in a very short period of time. In the contrast with other comparatively events we will focus on common concert performances of students and teachers, which will be surely an extraordinary experience for the young students. Particularly the opportunities for public concert performing are absolutely essential for young musicians.

VISEGRAD MUSIC MASTER CLASSES with the leading soloists – pedagogues include private and group lessons, concerts and free time activities. The participants will get 5 private lessons (each 45 minutes) and group chamber music lessons. We will focus not only on the individual lessons, but also on the chamber music playing. We would be very happy to meet you there.

The number of participants is limited. We therefore recommend to submit the application as soon as possible.

Main information:
Period: July 7 – 12, 2019

Place: City Modra, Slovakia (25 km from Bratislava)
Registration: July 7, 2019 morning
End: July 12, 2019 afternoon
Lessons: Individual lessons 45 minutes/day (totally 5 lessons) and group chamber music playing.

Age of participants: no limit – individual approach.
Pedagogues: Miriam Rodriguez Brüllová (guitar),  Sándor Jávorkai (violin), Petr Nouzovský and Jan Pospíšil (violoncello), Kristina Nouzovská Fialová (viola) and Katalin Stefula Kramarics and Máté Pálhegyi (flute).
Concerts: Three evenings – one concert of pedagogues and two concerts of participants. The common chamber music performances of participants with pedagogues will be preferred.