ALTEA, COSTA BLANCA, SPAIN
1 till 4 November 2018
CONDUCTOR'S GREEN ROOM: Technique Workshop Weekend
Our workshop weekend in Altea will focus on conducting technique, score analysis and personal artistic development.
In the breathtaking setting of one of Europe's most beautiful cities you will work on your own chosen repertoire and not only improve your skills but also find an open door for sharing experiences and asking questions.
Achim Holub strongly believes that convincing results through practical, comprehensive approaches represent the most significant steps in an individual learning process which will lead you to extraordinary and unique performances in the end.
During four days of group sessions as well as personal one-to-one meetings, you will be introduced to new concepts and methods that will offer solutions to most conducting challenges.
You will be guided by one of Austria's most sought after conductors who has worked with many of the major European symphony orchestras, collaborated intensively with record companies like Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft and belongs to a generation which has been instrumental in securing the highest possible standards in performances of orchestral music and opera.
Venue: the course will take place in the town centre of Altea, Costa Blanca, Spain
Number of active participants: max. 8
Each single participant will receive tuition during piano sessions and one-to-one personal coaching sessions with comprehensive career advice.
Course language: English, Spanish, German
Application deadline: Friday 12 October 2018, 17:00
Fee for active participation: €300
Fee for passive participation: €100
All participants in the Altea CONDUCTOR'S GREEN ROOM Workshop will receive a £150 discount on our upcoming masterclasses with the London Classical Soloists.
There are no application or registration fees and we will try to process your application as quickly as possible.
A deposit of €100 will be due one week after receiving our offer of place.
The remaining amount of the course fee will be due on the first day of the masterclass.
Passive participants pay the entire fee on the first day of their attendance.
Partners and family members of active participants will have free access to all sessions.
Course starts: Thursday 1 November 2018 16:00
Course ends: Sunday 4 November 2018 14:00
Arrival: Wednesday 31 October, evening or Thursday 1 November, morning
Departure: Sunday 4 November 2018, evening
Please bring any repertoire you would like to conduct.
Additionally, all participants will work on Beethoven Symphony No. 5, 1st Movement.
Conducting students and professionals of all age groups; chorus masters; instrumentalists and music pedagogues who would like to improve their skills in ensemble leadership.
To apply, use the Application Form or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, nationality, phone & mobile numbers and a short CV.
To secure your participation, please make sure to pay the deposit of €100 as soon as possible, within one week after receiving our offer of place, at the latest (transfer details will be sent to you together with the offer).