MUSC 112: Richard Luby International Violin Symposium 2019 (Group Lessons in Strings)
Named in honor of its founder, violinist Richard Luby, the Symposium offers participants an intensive one-week immersion focused on individual instrumental and musical growth within the context of a supportive and nurturing atmosphere. Throughout the week students receive intensive instruction, performance opportunities, and exchange of interpretation ideas ranging across five centuries of violin repertoire. Artist-Faculty for the 2019 symposium includes Paul Kantor (Rice), Nicholas DiEugenio (UNC-CH), Aaron Berofsky (University of Michigan), and Fabian Lopez (UNC-G).
Throughout the Symposium students will experience and learn:
- daily private lessons
- daily masterclasses
- student performances
- faculty performances
- guest artist performances
- HIP Bach perspectives
- body awareness methods
- practice techniques
- performance psychology
Course dates are May 20-26, 2019, with arrival on May 19 and departure on May 27. MUSC 122 counts as 1 credit hour towards graduation and has a program fee of $85, plus tuition. Contact Assistant Professor Dr. Nicholas DiEugenio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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