Singing Masterclass Michael Hyokun Ha (Korea)
PLMF ACADEMIA NOVA TALENTS STUDIO
CHOIR STUDIO STARTING NOVEMBER 2018.
Pille Lill, well known opera singer and founder of ACADEMIA NOVA, along with the directors of the newly created CHOIR STUDIO Mihhail Gorjušin (Russia), and Benjamin Kirk (UK), invite singers of all ages to form different ensembles and choirs from November.
The learning program of the Choir Studio will include:
- Two weekly rehearsals, with a third rehearsal period for solfeggio and ear training
- Basics of score-reading
- Singing both in large choirs and smaller ensembles
- Preparing for and taking part in future National Song Festivals
- Taking part in national events connected to the Academy, as well as competitions and festivals
- Trips and performances in neighbouring countries
PLMF Academia Nova Talents Studio also offers tutoring by professional Estonian musicians in:
- CLASSICAL SINGING – with tutoring by Pille Lill, Oliver Kuusik, Atlan Karp, Aare Saal, Kristina Vähi, Alla Popova, Pavlo Balakin.
- SPECIALIST INSTRUMENTS – with instruction from Ralf Taal (piano), Sigrid Kuulmann and Kristina Kriit (violin), Andreas Lend (cello), Oksana Sinkova (flute), Neeme Ots (trumpet), Madis Kari (clarinet), Virgo Veldi (saxophone), and Henri Zibo (accordion).
More instrumental study options are also readily available upon request and interests from the student(s)!
Pre-school children as well as mature students are all welcome –
COME AND NURTURE THE LOVE FOR MUSIC WITHIN YOURSELVES!
The fee for individual musical and instrumental lessons, each lasting 45 minutes, is €25.
PLMF Academia Nova is registered with the Estonian Education Information System, and thus it is possible to display the study fee as a schooling expense in tax returns, from which 20% according to the individual’s current income tax will be returned.
For further information and registration with the school (registry available all-year-round), please write to email@example.com or call Pille Lill on +372 5114077.
PLMF ACADEMIA NOVA SUMMER SCHOOLS
RAPLA SUMMER ACADEMY FOR SINGERS AND STRING PLAYERS
In addition to soloists and music collectives performing at concerts, Rapla Church Music Festival also continues to bring outstanding pedagogues and teachers into summer academies. For the ninth year in a row, our Summer Academies have welcomed participants from here and abroad. In 2018 for the first time Prof. Gundula Hintz from Germany, and Samuel Krum from the UK, arrived as visiting professors. Both are internationally renowned teachers, and their students are active musicians all over the world. Returning Estonian pedagogues Pille Lill and Oliver Kuusik are esteemed opera singers, and have shared their knowledge and experiences in Rapla Summer Academy for many years already. These summer schools traditionally conclude with our Opera Gala, which this year took place in Rapla’s Mary Magdalene church on 30th of July, with participating students and teachers performing.
The next day, on 31st of July 2018, celebrated string teachers including world famous violinist Sergei Stadler arrived in Rapla for the Summer Academy for String Players, which ran until 3rd of August.
Prof. Stadler (violin, Russia), Leonid Kerbel (violin, Belgium), Elio Orio (violin, Italy), Stanislav Pronin (violin, Germany/Canada), Anastasia de Haan (violin, Netherlands), Sumiko Tajihi (violin, Japan/USA), Marco Misciagna (viola, Italy), Chiu-Chen Liu (viola, Taiwan/USA) and Levi-Danel Mägila (cello, Estonia), all shared their knowledge and skills in a very successful and engaging Summer Academy, which also concluded with a concert on 3rd of August in Rapla with the Summer School Chamber Orchestra, directed by Sergei Stadler, with a subsequent performance in Tallinn House of the Blackheads on 4th of August.
ACADEMIA NOVA Summer Academy for SINGERS and STRINGS 2019
27th June – 14th July 2019
Applications open March 2019
PLMF ACADEMIA NOVA – EIVERE SUMMER SCHOOL FOR PIANISTS
In 2013, in collaboration with the Eivere Manor, PLMF launched the Eivere Piano Festival – dedicated solely to piano music.
The primary aim of the festival is to bring distinguished pianists of the world closer to the people of Järva County, and develop cultural relations between Estonia and Japan.
On the amazing Boesendorfer concert piano at the beautiful and historic Eivere Manor, we have welcomed such fantastic Japanese pianists as – Mr. Izumi Tateno, Ms. Yuko Yoshioka, Ms. Ayumi Hirahara, Ms. Haruyo Kubo, Ms. Emiko Mizuki, Ms. Shihoko Iino, Ms. Sae lida and Mr. Tetsuro Hagiu, in addition to Estonia’s well-known soloists, including Irina Zahharenkova, Age Juurikas, Marko Martin, and young talents Mihkel Poll, Kristi Kapten and Johan Randvere.
The Sixth International Eivere Pianists’ Summer School took place from 3rd – 5th August 2018 in Eivere Manor House and Paide Music School.
For active participants we provide:
– 2×45 min individual lessons under the guidance of a tutor
– guaranteed performance opportunity in the beginning of August at the final concert of the Eivere Piano Festival, in Paide Town Hall.
In addition, the participants have free entrance with parents to the evening concerts of the festival in July – August (see the program www.plmf.ee. ).
Participants in Eivere Summer School include students from senior classes in music schools: Tallinn Music High School, Georg Ots Music School and Heino Eller Tartu Music School, as well as students from Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, and international pianists with an academic degree, with no age limit.
EIVERE SUMMER ACADEMY FOR PIANISTS 2019
2nd – 4th August 2019
Applications open March 2019