Mänttä International Master Classes 2019
The unique surroundings with sensational collections of arts and a high-class piano music festival offers an unforgettable learning environment! This year, the master class teachers are Hui-Ying Liu-Tawaststjerna (29.7.-3.8.), Wolfram Schmitt-Leonardy (29.7.-31.7.), Tuija Hakkila (29.7.-2.8.), Niklas Pokki (29.7.-3.8.) and Antti Hotti (29.7.-3.8.).
The dates for the master class are July 29 – Aug 3, 2019. The price includes lessons (5 x 45 min), practicing facilities, accommodation, full board and free entrance to all concerts. You can choose the dates that suit you best:
July 29 – Aug 2 (630 euros)
July 30 – Aug 3 (630 euros)
The price includes lessons (5 x 45 min), practicing facilities, a dinner every night at the Restaurant Gösta, accommodation, breakfasts and free entrance to all concerts.
In case you organize your accommodation by yourself, the fee is 250 e including lessons, practicing facilities and free entrance to all concerts.
A free-format application must be sent by June 3, 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell about yourself and your previous studies, or alternatively attach your CV to the application. Please let us know who you wish to work with and what is the program you’re going to play during the course. Deadline for the tuition fee is June 28 and you can pay it to FI14 8000 1970 6383 50. The receiver is Mäntän Musiikkijuhlat Tuki Ry.
+358 50 374 1211
The Youth Piano Academy
The Youth Piano Academy, known in Finnish as Nuorten pianoakatemia, is a special training program for exceptionally talented teenagers. Ten youngsters from all across Finland meet five to six times a year, each time with different professors. The Youth Piano Academy also organizes workshops on different topics, including sight reading, practicing, the history of piano music, interpretation, and performing skills. One of the festival artists,Marc-André Hamelin, will teach the students of the Youth Piano Academy at the Kivijärvi hall. Welcome! The Youth Piano Academy was founded in 2013 by pianists Teppo Koivisto, Niklas Pokki and Antti Siirala. The Youth Piano Academy is funded by the Finnish Cultural Foundation and the Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation.
Read more: youthpianoacademy.com ›