25TH INTERNATIONAL MASTER CLASSES FOR CLASSICAL SAXOPHONE
with David Salleras (Barcelone), Vitaly Vatulya (Amsterdam), Prof. Philippe Geiss (Strasbourg).
Date: 17 – 19 November 2023
Place: Lübecker Musikschule Rosengarten 14-18 23552 Lübeck
The deadline for registration is 15 November 2023.
The master class is intended for:
- beginners and advanced students
Participation fee (soloists):
· € 150,00 for active participation in master-classes which includes two lessons of 45 minutes each with David Salleras (Barcelone), Vitaly Vatulya (Amsterdam) + plus Improvisation - Workshop mit Prof. Philippe Geiss (Strasbourg)
Participation fee (Ensembles):
· Duo - € 80,00 for each active participant 45 minutes each teacher (= 2 x 45 Minuten)
· Trio - € 60,00 for each active participant 50 minutes each teacher (= 2 x 50 Minuten)
· Quartet or large Ensemble - € 50,00 for each active participant, 50 minutes each teacher (= 2 x 60 Minuten)
The participation in the course can be canceled free of charge up to 14 days before the course starts. After that, the full fee will be due.
David Salleras (Barcelone)
After finishing his studies at the Superior Music Conservatory of Barcelona when only 18 years old, he won a Spanish government scholarship to continue his studies in Paris with Jean-Yves Fourmeau and Nicolas Prost receiving the highest qualifications.
He also distinguished himself showing an outstanding sense of improvisation, blending classical, contemporary music and traditional music idioms. His flexibility and knowledge of multiple musical genres coupled with his unique ideas has resulted in a successful career.
He is often invited as a soloist, has given concerts and masterclasses in Europe and South Africa and his compositions are performed and recorded by saxophonist from around the world.
David Salleras is Selmer Paris and Vandoren Artist and his works are published by “Resolute Music Publications” (USA) “Edition Dinsic” (Spain) and Edition “Billaudot” (France).
Since 2008 David Salleras teaches at the National Conservatoire of Girona (Spain).
Internationally acclaimed soloist, Vitaly Vatulya became a prize-winner of more than twenty national and international competitions, among which are the International Saxophone Competition 'Marco Fiorindo' in Italy, International Saxophone Competition in Nova Gorica (Slovenia) and others.
As a chamber musician together with pianist Maria Nemtsova has founded VitaDuo.
Since 2022 Vitaly is a soprano saxophonist in Amstel Saxophone Quartet.
Vitaly gave master-classes in more than twenty countries all over the world, including Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Royal Conservatoire Den Hague, Zagreb Music Academy, Yerevan State Conservatoire, Academy of Music of the University of Ljubljana, Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, Academia de Musica de Lagos in Portugal and other places.
Since 2018 Vitaly has joined pedagogical team of 19th Habanera Academy of Saxophone and participated at the 19th, 20th and 22nd “Saxophone in movement" Festival in Poitiers, France. Vitaly’s performances can often be heard on the European radio and TV.
Since 2007 the saxophonist released four CDs, where he performed the works by Hindemith, Debussy, Franck, Reich, Jacob TV, Mendelssohn, Borne and others.
Vitaly is also one of the authors and initiators of the ‘Music for Peace’ international charitable project (www.music-peace.com),
which aim is to give concerts and master-classes in the post- conflict zones and bring new dimensions into people’s life.
Festival of the Topical Music ‘Re:Formers Fest’ (www.reformersfest.com) is another Vitaly’s collaborative project which focuses in performing rare contemporary repertoire, promoting new musical forms and genres.
Philippe Geiss, saxophonist, composer, professor at the Strasbourg Conservatory and Superior Academy of Music / HEAR. Lecturer at the Paris Superior Conservatory of Music for Hybrid learning.
Guest Professor at the Senzoku Gakuen College of Tokyo. A musician of international fame, he gives concerts and master classes all over the world. Exceling in very diverse disciplines, he has mastered a repertoire that extends from classical to improvised music. He has been awarded prizes for Best Music for Drama at the Festival d’Avignon and the Académie du disque français, as well as the Music Prize of the Académie Rhénane. Besides his performance skills, he is also in great demand as a composer, with a catalogue ranging from solo to symphonic repertoire and published by Billaudot, Robert Martin and Leduc. He masterminded the artistic direction of SaxOpen – the 17th Congress and World Festival of the Saxophone – in Strasbourg in 2015. His passionate about innovations in space domain, musical instruments & digital sciences.
Philippe Geiss is a Selmer, D’Addario, JLV, Roland & doozzoo by C.Bechstein digital artist.
Bei Fragen stehe ich gern zur Verfügung unter:
Lilija Russanowa (Organisatorin und Leiterin)
The deadline for registration is 15.11.2023.