The International Berlin Piano Masterclass is a summer course guided by concert pianist Dr. Yossi Reshef. During 6 days, Dr. Reshef will work intensively with every student improving their interpretation, technique, practicing methods and performance skills. Each student will get to perform 9 times: in 5 masterclasses with Dr. Reshef , in 3 workshops and in the final concert which will be open to the general public on the last evening of the course. This makes the Berlin International Piano Masterclass a unique course and a wonderful opportunity to develop personally, artistically and to build your professional contacts.
The next masterclass will take place between the 12-17 of August 2019.
Students are encouraged to register early as spots are limited. Registration Deadline: 12. July 2019
WHO IS ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE
- Students who audition for entry exams in a higher education institute.
- Young professionals who would like to improve their technique and interpretation.
- Professional concert pianists who are preparing a solo recital or a concerto performance with an orchestra.
- Students preparing for national and international competitions.
- Younger students who are interested in becoming pianists.
- Students who are currently studying in a higher educational institute.
- Professional concert pianists who would like to participate in a masterclass setting.
Each student will receive five 45 minutes masterclasses with Dr. Yossi Reshef. The students will play in a public setting, in front of their colleagues, and in front of the public on five different days, with one free day for each student. All students will play on the first and the last day, and participate in the final class concert.
On the first evening, there will be a welcome dinner with all the participants.
In order to
- Technique workshop- Each student brings a difficult technical passage from their repertoire, that will be thoroughly discussed and solved.
- Interpretation workshop- Each student can bring a short phrase from their repertoire. This will be discussed from a view point of Phrasing, expression and timing.
- Performance and career development workshop- The subjects of the process of performing, and how to develop a career in classical piano will be discussed with all the students.
All students welcome to participate in the workshops
The course will be end with the final concert with all the class participants, which will be open to the public. Dr. Yossi Reshef will decide together with each participant, which piece will be presented in the Concert Program.
The course takes place at the Akademie für Künste, Berlin (ASK), the Concert will be at NEMTSOV&NEMTSOV Gallery and will be open for the general
Each student is expected to bring the repertoire he has worked on in the past few months. This usually includes 4-5 different movements from different periods or different composers. Another possibility is to bring 2-3 complete pieces. It is also possible to bring a concerto as our teaching class has two pianos. Please send us your suggested repertoire when you apply for the course. You can already plan which pieces you would like to work on in each class and we will be happy to advise you and choose a plan for your masterclasses with Dr. Reshef.
Yossi Reshef is an international Concert Pianist, Piano Pedagogue, Conductor and Composer. He is an active performer, in both recitals and concertos worldwide. His passion for sharing and teaching talented young professionals has brought him to give numerous master classes in the United States, Europe, the Far East and South Africa, teaching hundreds of students, focusing on interpretation and practicing methods.
Course fee: 520€ for 5 masterclasses, 3 workshops, final concert participation and a personal consultation at the end of the course.
A split payment in 2 halves of 260€ is possible. The price for returning students: 460€
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