[EN] Courses

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP
for solo accordion
with Samuele Telari

26th November 2022
Barco Teatro
Via Orto Botanico 12, Padova (Italy)

The day before accordionist Samuele Telari‘s concert, scheduled on sunday 27th November 2022 in Padova, Barco Teatro and Taverna Maderna offer to composers and amateurs without any restrictions the opportunity to work for an afternoon with one of the most active and promising Italian specialists of contemporary music for accordion. 

COMPOSING NATURE 2022
composition masterclass for percussion ensemble – 2nd edition

26th August – 1st September 2022
Gionghi di Lavarone (TN) Italy

«Composing Nature» is a one-week composition masterclass focusing on percussion instruments. It is open to students and composers of any nationality and it will take place in Lavarone, a beautiful town on the mountains in northern Italy. Admitted students will have the opportunity of working on a piece for percussions together with three tutors and a percussion ensemble, and at the end of the course the pieces will be performed in concert. The students will also be offered the possibility of taking inspiration from some features of the local territory, sonorous materials such as wood, rocks, water and peculiar acoustic contexts as the forest, the valleys and so on.

COMPOSITION WORKSHOP
for solo cello
with Michele Marco Rossi

25th February 2022
Barco Teatro
Via Orto Botanico 12, Padova (Italy)

A one-day contemporary composition workshop for cello solo. The opportunity of working with one of the most prominent Italian contemporary cellists. And the possibility of having a piece performed during a solo concert that focuses on today’s latest works for this instrument.

COMPOSING NATURE
composition masterclass for percussion ensemble

29th August – 1st September 2021
Gionghi di Lavarone (TN) Italy

«Composing Nature» is a one-week composition masterclass focusing on percussion instruments. It is open to students and composers of any nationality and it will take place in Lavarone, a beautiful town on the mountains in northern Italy. Admitted students will have the opportunity of working on a piece for percussions together with two tutors and a percussion ensemble, and at the end of the course the pieces will be performed in concert. The students will also be offered the possibility of taking inspiration from some features of the local territory, sonorous materials such as wood, rocks, water and peculiar acoustic contexts as the forest, the valleys and so on.