organises the VII International Masterclass Piano, by Prof. Matthijs Verschoor
(Amsterdam). The Masterclass will be at "Centro de Enseñanza
Musical Martín Millán", in Vilagarcía de Arousa
(Pontevedra, Spain), from 16 to 23 August, 2008, according with the following
- Saturday, August 16th: Arrival and get together.
- Sunday, 17th - Friday, 22th: Classes.
- Friday, 22th: Final Concert.
- Saturday, 23th: Farewell.
Verschoor studied in Amsterdam (MMus Sweelinck Conservatoire), London and
Rome with Bart Berman, John Bingham and Willem Brons. He
has given recitals throughout Europe and has performed with a number of
orchestras. He has also broadcasted many works from Bach to Messiaen, but
also neglected composers like Korngold. His recording
career for RCA, Etcetera and Erasmus started early, with works by Bach,
Scarlatti, Handel, Beethoven, Chopin, Korngold (the complete sonatas), Rachmaninoff
and Scriabin. His playing is universaly acclaimed
by the press as "one of the chosen" (Luister) and a "superb
pianist" (Gramophone). In 1987 Matthijs Verschoor
was appointed professor at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. Since then,
he worked with students from England, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Russia, Israel,
Austria, US, Canada, Japan, Korea and Holland. He has recently given masterclasses
at Trinity College of Music and Drama and the Hochschule für Musik
The course attains a great success every year,
with participants of several countries. Places are limited. People interested
in the course can contact at
email@example.com, phone or Fax at (+34)986511494. To apply, you can do it
directly through our Application
Form,or, alternatively, sending us a Fax,
letter or postcard, indicating the following details:
- Date of Birth
- Active or Passive
Our address is the
de Enseñanza Musical “Martín Millán"
Agustín Romero, 13-15 Bajo
Vilagarcía de Arousa (Pontevedra) - SPAIN
/ Fax: 986 511494
Prices are the following:
- Active participants:
- Passive participants:
Lodging at an attainable price will
be available to those participants who ask for it (limited places). Also,
our pianos at the classrooms will be available for the active participants
during the course.