Pascal Rogé et Barbara Binet à Rome, 29 mai 2023
Master Classe Piano "Session 3 " du lundi 31 juillet au 6 août 2023 à l'Académie d'été de Nice.
- 699€ (sans hébergement)
- Avec hébergement et restauration, consultez le site de l'académie pour les différentes options.
Sont inclus les frais d'inscription, l'enseignement avec le professeur (sous réserve de l’acceptation du dossier d’inscription), minimum de 4 cours sur la session, accès au studio de travail individuel (un minimum de 3h par jour), l'accompagnateur pour les non-pianistes (2h par session), participation au concert d’étudiants déterminé par le professeur, possibilité d'assister à tous les cours avec l'accord du professeur, accès gratuit à tous les concerts du festival, déjeuner au conservatoire chaque jour et un snacking offert.
L'Académie Internationale d'été de Nice c'est :
- - Un corps professoral d'élite, composé de plus de 50 pédagogues de renom,
- - Un cadre d'apprentissage optimal dans une installation moderne et sécurisée,
- - Un apprentissage poussé avec un choix d'options supplémentaires,
- - Des concerts étudiants sur une scène professionnelle et diffusés en live streaming sur internet,
- - Une restauration sur place et un hébergement en campus étudiant,
- - Un festival de musique associé, le Nice Classic Live ouvert à tous les étudiants,
- - Une semaine à Nice, Capitale de la Côte d'Azur, l'une des destinations touristiques les plus prisées au monde
Plus d'info sur le site de l'académie
Pascal Rogé & Barbara Binet: Souvenirs
Barber Samuel, Bizet Georges, Borenstein Nimrod, Boulanger Lili, Chabrier Emmanuel, Chaminade Cecile, Debussy Claude, Dutilleux Henri, Enescu George, Fauré Gabriel, Grieg Edvard, Poulenc Francis, Ravel Maurice, Scarlatti Domenico, Scriabin Alexander, Tailleferre Germaine, Rachmaninov Sergei.
Invited to make a new recording for the Sheva Collection, I first thought that with more than 50 records, I had covered all the repertoire I wanted to record. Then a Rachmaninoff prelude that I always loved came to mind. Inspired by this impulse to search for pieces, followed, pieces from Scariabin, Scarlatti, Dutilleux, Lili Boulanger, Cécile Chaminade etc.
I offer 2 versions of the same work, Domenico Scarlatti's sonata K 27 in B minor, making small improvements or subtle modifications, depending on the inspiration of the moment. These changes are often negligible, but can sometimes, and unexpecticly, lead to a more radical musical interpretation, as was the case with when I recorded this Scarlatti sonata.So it's up to you to appreciate my musical intentions, evident in those two versions, to select which one you prefer or perhaps, as I did, to realize that both of them appeal to you.
Regardless of where you live in Japan, you can take piano lessons with Pascal Rogé, a world-class pianist and professor at the Ecole Normal Conservatory of Music in France. Take a trial lesson with the teacher once or twice, and if they are compatible, start the lesson as a teacher's class (student).Those who have taken public lessons should be able to experience the depth of the lessons unique to class students (students) compared to the public lessons of one-off events.You can take the following 1 courses.
● Online lessons for preparing for entrance exams at overseas music colleges / conservatory
● Regular music online lessons (preparation for competitions, brush-ups, etc.
The Chopin Society of Hong Kong
THE 6th HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION
Délai d'inscription avant le 20 mai 2022
Pascal Rogé (piano),
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bertrand de Billy
Un nouveau poste d'enseignant qu m'attend à l'Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris Alfred Cortot,
Well, these three weeks have been very exciting indeed, full of Ravel. First, we flew off to Annapolis, MD, for the opening concert there, titled "Ode to Freedom" with the wonderful Annapolis Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Jose-Luis Novo, playing the Ravel Left Hand Concerto. From there, we flew directly back to Europe and off to Alsace for Ravel G Major Concerto a week later with yet another fabulous l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Mulhouse in their opening concert, "a l'Aventure", with my friend Maestro Jacques Lacombe. Apart for the two concerts being the opening season concerts, both orchestras surprised me by their quality of musicianship. And the conductors. Jose-Luis Novo has worked with Annapolis Symphony for more than 14 years and he has molded this orchestra in to top-quality orchestra. Jacques Lacombe, with whom I had the privilege to play already few times, is coming into Mulhouse now for his first season, and is already making a big impact with l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Mulhouse. What a great time I had in both cities, halfway around the globe apart from each other.
Then, l'aventure did not end there. I had planned to be back home for a week to prepare for my tour in Japan, and then on my last evening in Mulhouse, I receive a call for a last minute replacement concert in....South Korea...! To play the Ravel G Major. All the last minute plan needed to be made, making last minute change in travel plans, etc. I flew intwo Seoul Korea, almost right afterwards, landed barely just in time for the rehearsal! Very exciting experience. Playing my favorite concerto once again, this time with KBS Symphony Orchestra with Maestro Yoel Levi. Great times indeed. Now, off to packing for Japan! Looking forward to all the concerts there! The first one with NHK playing Saint-Saens 2!
After a very hot summer being on the road with Ami, from Eastbourne, UK, Scotland, French Alps, Nice, and Madrid (and some Switzerland in-between to repack!), the weather is cooling down and we feel the melancholy of summer finally terminating. However, we have an exciting autumn to look forward to. As I am on my way to Montevideo, Uruguay now, I am also looking forward to Season Opening Concerts. One is Anapolis Symphony Orchestra Season Opening concert, in Anapolis, Maryland, playing the Ravel Left Hand Concerto. Then few weeks later, in Mulhouse France with the l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Mulhouse playing the Ravel Concerto in G Major. Then a long concert tour in Japan for a month and half, a total of 8 concerts (five solo recitals, three concerto performances, all different programmes) as well as few masterclasses. It will be an exciting Autumn and Fall, and am looking forward to all the places and concerts! Please look at my Concert Page for more details!
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