TALENT MUSIC 
MASTER COURSES

POST-GRADUATE MASTER

INSTRUMENTS
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Introduction:
The program is orientated towards concert musicians who wish to interact with the Professors at Talent Music Master Courses who will be tasked with widening their instrument repertoire, and developing their specific methodological tools of interpretation.
Only at the end of the educational program and after have passed successfully the final exam, it will be possible to officially obtain the Talent Music Master Courses Diploma - POST-GRADUATE MASTER.


Artistic opportunities:
The students enrolled at the educational program Post-Graduate Master, at the incontestable discretion of the professor will have the opportunity to take part in public concert inside the concert season "Talent Music Master Concerts of Brescia" for one or more times during each academic year.
Only successfully passing the final exam and at the incontestable discretion of the Jury and of the professor, the student will have the opportunity to perform the two chosen concerts for soloist and orchestra or part of it with the orchestra, and with live recording​


Lenght of the educational program:
2 years

Admission
CD/DVD recording or YouTube link of 15 minutes with free repertoire or recommendation letter from the chosen professor.
To be submitted before the 20th of September


Application deadline:
20th of September 2019

Annual Verification Exam:
A public recital from 25 to 40 minutes

CELLO
CLARINET
FLUTE
HORN
OBOE
PIANO
TROMBONE
TRUMPET
VIOLA
VIOLIN
VOICE
FINAL EXAM PROGRAMS AND PROFESSORS BY INSTRUMENTS
CELLO
Professors:
Prof. Laszlo Fenyo, Prof. Ramon Jaffé, Prof, Martina Schucan

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
One baroque piece
One virtuoso piece with or without piano
One sonata from the classic period
One sonata from the modern period
One caprice by 
A. Piatti

Two concertos for cello and orchestra, one from each of the two following groups:
Group 1:
J. Haydn: Cello Concerto No.1 in C major, Hob.VIIb:1
J. Haydn: Cello Concerto No.2 in D major, Hob.VIIb:2​

Group 2:
A. Dvorak: Cello Concerto in B minor op. 104
CLARINET
Professors:
Prof. Michael Collins, Prof. Fabio di Càsola, Prof. Denitsa Laffchieva,
Prof. Svante Wik

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
A recital lasting 60 minutes with works from solo and chamber-music literature from various epochs
Two concertos for clarinet and orchestra

FLUTE
Professors:
Prof. Julien Beaudiment, Prof, Giovanni Gandolfo, Prof. Sarah Louvion, Prof. Kersten McCall, Prof. Adam Walker

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.

A recital lasting 60 minutes with works from solo and chamber-music literature from various epochs
Two concertos for flute and orchestra

HORN
Professors:
Prof. Christian-Friedrich Dallmann​

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
A recital lasting 60 minutes with works from solo and chamber-music literature from various epochs
Two concertos for horn and orchestra​

OBOE
Professors:
Prof. Roy Carter, Prof. Jérôme Guichard​

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
A recital lasting 60 minutes with works from solo and chamber-music literature from various epochs
Two concertos for oboe and orchestra​

PIANO
​​Professors:
Prof. Paolo Baglieri, Prof. Andrea Bonatta, Prof. Ruben Dalibaltayan,
Prof. Andreas Frölich, Prof. Markus Groh, Prof. Konstantin Lifschitz (piano), Prof. Massimiliano Mainolfi, Prof. Piotr Paleczny, Prof. Philippe Raskin, Prof. Georg Friedrich Schenck, Prof. Ilja Scheps, 

Prof. Wolfram Schmitt Leonardy, Prof. Konstantin Semilakovs, Prof. Arkadi Zenziper

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
One baroque piece
One sonata from the classic period
One sonata from the modern period
One virtuoso piece
Two etudes by F. Chopin, F. Liszt, S. Rachmaninov, A. Skrjabin or C. Debussy
Two concertos for piano and orchestra, one from each of the two following groups:
Group 1:
  • W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.11 in F major, K. 413
  • W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.12 in A major, K. 414
  • W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.13 in C Major, K. 415
  • W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.14 in E-flat major, K. 449
  • W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466
  • W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467
  • W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488
  • W. A. Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 27 in B-flat major, K. 595
  • L. van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 3, Op. 37
  • L. van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4, Op. 58
  • L. van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5, Op. 73
Group 2:
  • F. Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 1
  • F. Chopin: Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 21
TROMBONE
Professors:
Prof. Abbie Conant​

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
A recital lasting 60 minutes with works from solo and chamber-music literature from various epochs
Two concertos for trombone and orchestra​

TRUMPET
​​Professors:
Prof. Gabriele Cassone, Prof. Frits Damrow, Prof. Francesco Tamiati

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
A recital lasting 60 minutes with works from solo and chamber-music literature from various epochs
Two concertos for trombone and orchestra

VIOLA
Professors:
Prof. Tomoko Akasaka, Prof. Yuval Gotlibovich, Prof. Thomas Riebl, Prof. Wilfried Strehle, Prof. Alexander Zemtsov

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
A recital lasting 60 minutes with works from solo and chamber-music literature from various epochs
Two concertos for viola and orchestra
VIOLIN
Professors:
Prof. Stefan Arzberger, Prof. Remus Azoitei​,  Prof. Boris Garlitsky, 
Prof. Ervis Gega, Prof. Denis Goldfeld, Prof. Mark Gothoni,
Prof. Silvia Marcovici, Prof. Klaidi Sahatci, Prof. Christoph Schickedanz, 

Prof. Wolfgang Schöder, Prof. Roman Simovic, Prof. Lavard Skou-Larsen​,
Prof. Maria Solozobova, Prof. Teodora Sorokow, Prof. Tomasz Tomaszewski​​,
Prof. Krzysztof Wegrzyn

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
One baroque piece
One virtuoso piece with or without piano
One sonata from the classic period
One sonata from the modern period
Two caprice by N. Paganini
Two concertos for violin and orchestra, one from each of the two following groups:
Group 1:
  • J. Haydn: 

Group 2:
  • F. Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto op. 64
VOICE
Professors:
Prof. Linda Campanella, Prof. Luisa Castellani, Prof. Carlo Colombara, 
Prof. Alessandro Corbelli, Prof. Barbara Frittoli, Prof. Alessandro Luciano, 
Prof. Yvonne Naef, Prof. Olga Romanko

Final Exam:
The Final Diploma Exam may, at the discretion of the professor, take the form of an evening public concert performance.
A recital lasting 60 minutes wich has to contain a balanced and representative selection of arias from operas, oratorios and concert arias as well as songs of various styles and epochs.