Split International Summer School of Music 2017
Split International Summer School of Music will be held on 1.- 5. September 2017.
Place: Arts Academy University of Split, Croatia
Tuition Fee: 300€ (students), 200€ (young musicians)
Summer school program
Split International Summer School of Music is composed of 10 specific academic music programs. Participants will be able to choose one main program but may participate in other programs as observers. The programs are primarily intended for students but also the younger talented musicians. All programs have generally two kinds of goals: to provide possibilities for the participants to improve their individual technical and interpretative level of playing instrument, and to learn about music from the results of musical analysis of selected musical pieces, i.e. transferring these conceptions to persuasive artistic interpretation.
A generally individual approach to each student (consistent with its current level of knowledge and skills) will be integrated with a framework theme or common features of the selected repertoire.
One part of the repertoire will be adapted to student’s preferences and their level of playing and the required musical materials will be sent to all participants.
At the end of the school, students are required to perform at a concert, which is also the final exam. Students will receive a certificate of achieved 2 ECTS credits, and the younger participants will receive a certificate of participation.
President of the Organizing Committee: dr. Davorka Radica
A special addition to school
The two-day lecture of prof. Marina Minkin (Izrael), who will give lectures on various aspects of Baroque performance practice of harpsichord.
Prof. Marina Minkin, professor of harpsichord and baroque music at Tel Aviv University Buchmann – Mehta School of Music at the Israeli Conservatory and Jezreel Valley Art Center. She studied at Boston University and Jerusalem Academy of Musik. In 1998 she earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Historical Performance. She is the founder and director of Ad Libitum Ensemble and participant of many festivals, as well as the Artistic Director of the Yehiam Renaissance Festival (Western Galilee, Israel).
- Comparison of tonal structure in music for flute of Baroque and 20th century
- Croatian composers works by Boris Papandopulo and Olja Jelaska
- Guitar: preparation of the interpretation
- Jazz: rhythm and improvisation
- Piano accompaniment as an upgrade of piano skills
- Piano: individual approach to the selected concert repertoire
- Saxophone music in the works of contemporary Croatian composers
- Music for violin repertoire from Baroque to the 20th century
- Cello 1-8; cello repertoire from solo pieces to cello octet
- Viola: individual approach to the selected concert repertoire
- Chamber music and string quartet: work on the various chamber ensembles
Schedule and acquiring ECTS credits
31 August – arrival and registration of participants
Fausta Vrančića 19
Fortress Gripe, Glagoljaška bb
School attendance and acquiring ECTS credits
Classes will take place every day in the morning and in the afternnon. Flute, Guitar, Piano accompaniment, Piano, Saxophone, Violin, Viola and Cello programs will be fully carried out in the morning, and the programs of Chamber music and Jazz will be divided into morning and afternoon lessons. The afternoon lessons of these two programs will be attended by students of other programs as observers. Those activities will be evaluated as a part of the ECTS credits, along with individual work and practice outside school.
Distribution of ECTS credits:
Class attendance (30 hours) – 1 ECTS
Attendance of Chamber Music and/or Jazz lessons, as an observer (15 hours) – 0,5 ECTS
Practising instrument, general rehearsal, concert and discussion after the concert (15 hours) – 0,5 ECTS
Schedule 1 to 4 days:
|Flute – Baroque and 20th century||8.00 – 12.30||F. Vrančića 19||13 ground floor|
|Guitar||8.00 – 12.30||F. Vrančića 19||5 ground floor|
|Piano accomp.||8.00 – 12.30||F. Vrančića 19||Piano room, floor|
|Piano||8.00 – 12.30||F. Vrančića 19||Piano room, floor|
|Saksophone||8.00 – 12.30||Gripe, Glagoljaška bb||Chamber hall, floor|
|Violin||8.00 – 12.30||F. Vrančića 19||Room, ground floor|
|Cello||8.00 – 12.30||F. Vrančića 19||Cello room, floor|
|Group Jazz impr. 1||9.00 – 12.00||F. Vrančića 19||Chamber hall, floor|
|Group Jazz impr. 2||9.00 – 12.00||Zagrebačka 3||Scena A|
|Viola||12.30 – 17.00||F. Vrančića 19||Chamber room, floor|
|Komorna glazba||12.30 – 17.00||F.Vrančića 19||Chamber hall, floor|
|Flute – Croatian composers||15.00 – 18.00||F.Vrančića 19||17, floor|
|Jazz||17.00 – 19.30||Zagrebačka 3||ScenaA|
Morning: individual and general rehearsal (all participants)
Afternoon: Final Concert (all participants)
Information on the method of payment, applicants will be given after the application have been completed.
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