Piano

Educational Objectives:

The Master Degree in Piano, besides deepening and completing musical studies, aims to provide advanced skills in solo musical performance, chamber music, and piano accompaniment. The training course aims to enhance performance skills by developing technical-instrumental, analytical-interpretative and historical-stylistic insights. Integrative disciplines ensure a complete and articulated training, aimed at achieving a highly qualified professionalism according to European standards.

 

 

Professional profile:

The course is aimed at training concert pianists, performing as soloists or in chamber ensembles, as a coaches for instrumentalists, as well as woring in the musical field  within theaters, record companies, musical publishing houses.

 

 

Admission exam

  1. A free choice program lasting at least 25 minutes, including at least two pieces from different eras and a virtuoso concert etude.

The Exam Committee may interrupt the performance at any time.

 

  1. Interview on musical and general topics.

 

 

PRASSI ESECUTIVA E REPERTORIO: 

Performance practice and repertoire:

 

1st year ProgramA relevant piano repertoire chosen from each of the following groups:a. Solo repertoire: one or more compositions from the Baroque period, one or more compositionsof the classical period, one or more compositions of the romantic period. Of thesecompositions, at least one must be a milestone in piano literature for its importance and vastness.b. Concert Etudes: compositions by at least two different composers. c. Repertoire for piano and orchestra: one or more compositions of your choice up to Beethoven included. The program must be agreed with your instructor and approved by him/her at the beginning of the course. Exam test:Performance of the agreed program or a part of it for a minimum duration of 50 minutes. If chosen for the exam, the piece for piano and orchestra must be performed with second piano accompaniment.

 

2nd year Program A relevant piano repertoire chosen from each of the following groups:a. Solo repertoire: one or more compositions of the romantic period, one or more compositionsof the late romantic or modern or contemporary period. Of these compositions, at leastone must be a milestone in piano literature for its importance and vastness.b. Concert Studies: compositions chosen by at least two different composers, of which at least onemodern or contemporary.c. Repertoire for piano and orchestra: one or more compositions of your choice from Weber onwards.The program must be agreed with your instructor and approved by him/her at the beginningof the course. Exam test:Performance of the agreed program or a part of it for a minimum duration of 50 minutes. If chosen for the exam, the piece for piano and orchestra must be performed with second piano accompaniment.It is not possible to repeat pieces performed at the first year examination.

 

Final ExamThe final exam will take place in a different way than the 1st and 2nd year exams. Indeed, It must have a monographic or thematic character, and the performance, lasting approximately between 30 and 40 minutes, must be followed by a discussion of about 20 minutes in which the candidate will explain the reasons for his/her repertoire and interpretative choices. For this purpose, the candidate must also prepare a brief thesis introducing the chosen program.

Didattica

5 x 1000

Albo d’Oro

Filippo Cortellari

Filippo Cortellari, allievo della classe di clarinetto del M° Enrico Maria Baroni,

Giulia Colombo

Giulia Colombo, allieva della classe di pianoforte della M° Cristiana Nicolini, si

Bandi

Eventi

maggio, 2021

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