Kammermusiktage Inntal - internationaler Streichquartettkurs
KAMMERMUSIKTAGE INNTAL (ChamberMusicDays "Inntal") - that means an annual international string quartet course for 6 days in a little picturesque village in southern Bavaria (South Germany) near the border of Austria, always happened in the first week in august.
This course is designed for advanced amateurs and musicians – both individuals and pre-formed groups – with many experience in playing chamber music but also for professional musicians and students.
Classes will be taught by professional teachers and are under the guidance of the members of "Diogenes Quartet" one of the most famous young string quartets in Germany (www.diogenes-quartett.de). During the workshops Diogenes Quartet explore the artistry of playing as a string quartet, as well as the highly diverse means of expression and communication offered by chamber music.
The participants enjoy meeting and playing every year with new and old musical friends under the guidance of the world-class faculty of Diogenes Quartet. https://youtu.be/4l9xkKQdsew
Classical chamber music repertoire for ambitious amateurs of all ages with a maximum of 8 ensembles. In 2018 you will play: Arriaga string quartet Nr.3 and Brahms op. 51/2. Pre-formed ensembles can choose their own program.
The course includes at least 8 teaching units of 90 min. During the rest of time and in the evening groups can play freely. The course is international. Coaching is in German and English if it is wanted. The fee only for the course is € 390,00. Board and lodging are not included, but no problem. Course Coordinator: Alexandra von Weiss-Leder, tel: +49 15159411315; email@example.com; www.kammermusiktage-inntal.de
youtube: about the course: https://youtu.be/WyE89ByEi0M
... "It is always a most wonderful time to spend with you and all the friends in Nussdorf whom we meet every year and is really worth visiting from Tokyo...."
... "I have registered many chamber music courses in my life, but I will notice that the members of Diogenes Quartet are definitely a stroke of luck, and I never have had better tutors..."