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Music days - Mainzer virtuosi & friends



"Musiktage am Rhein" is a two-week intensive course that focuses on the art of playing together. Chamber music and ensemble playing is the best way to become a great musician. Whether you dream of a solo career, hope to get an orchestral position, are looking for the right people for your chamber music project, or want to pass on your acquired musical knowledge to younger generations later, practice and practice in chamber music should be an integral part of any musical education. Through playing with others, the most important skill of any musician is trained: to listen and to understand. During the course, individual lessons are offered daily to prepare for the ensemble. In addition, there are coaching sessions, individual mentoring, joint rehearsals and performance training.

Teaching team:

Prof. Anne Shih (violin) is the artistic director of the course. Born in Canada, she began playing the violin there at the age of five. At twelve, she made her orchestral debut with the Calgary Philharmonic. She was just as successful playing the piano as the violin. Together with her sisters, she gave guest performances on many concert tours in Europe, Asia and America. In 1989, the artistic career of the sisters was described in the documentary "Which Way to Carnegie Hall?". At the age of 22, Anne Shih received her first professorship. She currently teaches at the Hochschule für Musik Mainz. There she also founded the string chamber orchestra Mainzer Virtuosi.

Number of participants: approx. 40
Final concert:

Free concerts are held daily as performance training at various venues in the region.

Fees:

For the latest information please visit the homepage - https://www.musiktage-am-rhein.de

Notes on registration: Registration takes place via the homepage - https://www.musiktage-am-rhein.de