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Instrument and Voice Course, Arts & Music Department at ESE Florence

This master course is designed for advanced musicians, both instrumentalists and vocalists, and aims, through the contribution of high-level music professionals, to improve technical skills and a general understanding of musical phenomena.
The complete course includes an intensive part of individual lessons (instrument or singing) as well as group sessions about music history, musical analysis, chamber music and acting (as part of the canto course). Moreover, there is the possibility to follow classes on Body position, Incidental Music Composition and Italian lessons for those who are not mother-tongue Italian speakers.
The course has a strong professional value and could be considered an excellent preparation, especially for those who come from abroad, for admission exams at universities, conservatories and music academies worldwide.
The course contains different modules that can also be taken separately, allowing musicians who can stay in Florence only for a limited time to take advantage of this great educational opportunity as well.


In the video: Maestro Alberto Bologni, violin teacher, and Maestro Giuseppe Bruno, piano teacher and course director.

 

Course Director: Maestro Giuseppe Bruno.


Partners: Teatro del Giglio di Lucca, Steingraeber & Söhne, Rubinstein Akademie di Düsseldorf, Sheva Collection, and others.

Programme of the Strumento (Instrument) Course:
1. Instrument: 24 hours of individual lessons;
2. Music Theory and Analysis: 20 hours of group lessons,
    based on the characteristics and needs of the students (to be defined after the admission test);
3. Music History: 20 hours of group lessons,
    will be delivered through presentations of monographs relating to specific periods and authors/artists;
4. Workshop Chamber music: 10 hours of group lessons.

Programme of the Canto (Singing) Course:
1. Canto: 24 hours of individual lessons;
2. Music Theory and Analysis: 20 hours of group lessons,
    based on the characteristics and needs of the students (to be defined after the admission test);
3. Music History: 20 hours of group lessons,

    will be delivered through presentations of monographs relating to specific periods and authors/artists;
4. Workshop Chamber music: 10 hours of group lessons;
5. Acting: 20 hours of group lessons,
    in order to improve acting qualities and diction of the Italian language.

Optional:
6. Workshop on Incidental Music Composition;
7. Workshop on Position: 5 hours of group lessons;
8. Italian language lessons (for non-Italian speakers).

INTERNSHIP
: Students can do an optional 3-month internship at one of our partner institutions upon successfully completing the course. This internship can be executed in the area of music production or artistic distribution.


Teaching professionals:
Monica Benvenuti, canto (singing);
Alberto Bologni, violin;
Giuseppe Bruno, piano;
Aldo Tarabella, scting and incidental music composition;
Carlotta Ferrari, composition.


Other instrument teaching professionals can be selected based upon incoming requests and will always be renowned soloists or principal players from the Florentine orchestras (Maggio Musicale, ORT).


Course structure:
The complete course consists of both individual lessons for the instrument and canto part and group lessons for the more theoretical subjects.
It is possible to choose and attend single course modules.

Admission requirements
:
All musicians, both instrumentalists and vocalists, can apply for admission provided that they have a good basic musical knowledge and instrumental formation.
You will have to submit a min. 20 minutes audio/video document (mp3, DVD or present on the internet) which allows us to assess your level and to provide you the most appropriate educational solution.

Final performance:
Each participating student will have the opportunity to perform in a recital in Florence upon completing the course, which will be evaluated by the Artistic Committee.
The best performing students will be selected to be promoted at theaters and concert associations. ESE Florence will encourage especially deserving students to participate in exhibitions at its other (overseas) campuses and will distribute their performances through its own (online) channels. Our partner, Sheva collection, will insert the recordings of the best performances in its catalogue.

Course dates:
from October, 5th to December, 11th 2015 (10 weeks).

Language of instruction: Italian and English.

Costs:
Strumento (instrument) complete course:
Registration fee € 600,00 + tuition fee € 2.250,00*
Canto (singing) complete course:
Registration fee € 600,00 + tuition fee € 3.150,00**


*Costs of single modules:
Strumento (instrument – individual lessons) € 1.800,00
Music Theory and Analysis € 300,00
Music History € 300,00
Chamber Music Workshop € 150,00

**Costs of single modules:
Canto (singing – individual lessons) € 2.400,00
Acting € 300
Music Theory and Analysis € 300,00
Music History € 300,00
Chamber Music Workshop € 150,00

Upon successfully completing the course participants will be awarded a Certificate, released by ESE.


For further information: fill in the Info Request form
or CONTACT US:
email ese.firenze@uniese.it
telephone +39 055 217050

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