Henja Senmler / Professor at the Rostock University of Music, Germany and former professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria / Violin online public lessons

If you want to study under an active violinist in Germany. /Friday, March 2024, 3 Limited to 1 people

If you want to master solo and chamber music, consider studying abroad in Germany with a promising violin professor at the Rostock University of Music in Germany!

Born in Berlin, Germany, Henja Senmler studied under Rainer Kussmaul, former concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic, Thomas Brandis, and Gerhard Schulz of the Alban Berg String Quartet.Recognizing her talent as a violinist, organizations such as the German Academic Exchange Association (DAAD) and the German Musical Instruments Foundation have provided significant support to her in the form of scholarships for her violin education. .In order to live up to the expectations of those around her, she won prizes in competitions for young violinists, such as the Ludwig Spohr International Violin Competition, and held prize-winning concerts not only in Europe but also in the United States, Japan, and Israel. and received applause.She is also active in chamber music, forming the Oberon Trio for violin, cello, and piano, recording CDs, and presenting not only well-known works but also lesser-known masterpieces at concerts. It is being shown on.Together with the Oberon Trio and many chamber music partners, she has been invited to perform at festivals such as the Berlin Festival, the Rheingau Festival, the Heidelberg Spring Festival, the Schleswig-Holstein Festival, and the Lucerne Festival.She is also a founding member of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, and she has performed for many years under masters such as Claudio Abbado, Bernard Haitink, and Pierre Boulez, and has captured the essence of music sought by the masters. delivering it to the audience.She also plays the baroque violin, and has a deep knowledge of contemporary music that expresses the modern world, and has collaborated with many contemporary composers such as Jorg Wittmann, Sofia Gubaidulina, and Heinz Holliger. .She is also active in teaching younger students, and after taking charge of her own class at the Rostock University of Music in Germany, in 2018 she became professor of violin at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts.She also supports many of her students in order to develop them into professional violinists.She is an active violinist and has a reputation as a caring educator, so why not study with her and chart your future with her?

An online public violin lesson with Henia Senmler, professor at the world-famous Rostock University of Music in Germany and former professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria, will be held on Friday, March 2024, 3!

A limited number of people can receive direct instruction from Dr. Henja Zemmler from the &Vision Hall in Ochanomizu, Tokyo, or from your home (online attendance is also available).If you are considering studying violin in Germany, you can get a foothold from her.When deciding where to study abroad, the lessons given by the professor at the Rostock University of Music in Germany and the former professor at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts in Austria will be a helpful guide.The professor would be happy to share various music with everyone in Japan.Anyone of any age can take this course, as long as they are a graduate of a music high school, music college, music college, or someone of the same level or above.Of course, music teachers are also welcome!It is especially suitable for those who are thinking about studying abroad as a violinist, those preparing for competitions/auditions, improving their skills, and those who simply love music!Don't miss this opportunity!Due to the time difference, this event will be held with a very limited number of participants.
* Private lessons are recommended for those who do not want to publish lessons or those who do not meet the schedule. If you are interested, please contact an And Vision Counselor.

If you haven't taken lessons yet, you can listen to them.There is so much you can learn by not only playing for yourself, but also watching other people's lessons.In fact, many students in Europe study through listening.It is also an opportunity to listen to the performances of many other people, and through the lessons of various people, you will be able to better understand the teaching method and personality of the teacher.Musical instruments other than the violin can also enjoy the atmosphere of overseas classes, so please feel free to join us.The teaching method of overseas professors is completely different from that of Japan.In particular, the main focus is to "enjoy and express music more", so the points to teach vary from student to student.Isn't it a big point for those who are aiming to study abroad or become a professional in the future to feel how the teaching method is different from Japan?If you want to play an active role overseas, it will be an opportunity to think about studying abroad.

If you are thinking of studying in Germany or other European countries, you will be able to study abroad on a trial basis while staying in Japan.Consider the possibility of studying in Europe.

It's a great chance to meet an overseas teacher while you are in Japan!
Just thinking does not open the door to your dreams. There is only action. Don't miss this opportunity!

■ Details of recruitment of online public lessons ■

[Schedule] 2024 September 3th (Fri) 1:17~00:20
[Place] And Vision International Music School (AIMS, Tokyo / Ochanomizu)
    * You can also attend / attend classes from your home.
[Pieces] Free for pieces
[Capacity] Limited to 3 people
* A qualified interpreter is included for those who are not good at foreign languages!
* Counseling by a counselor is also possible!
* Participation only for attendance (online) is OK!

■ Qualifications ■

You can participate regardless of age if you are a graduate of music, pitch, music college, music college or above the same level.Music teachers are also welcome

■ Price ■

▼ Course / Online
1 minutes each time: 60 yen (33,000 yen including tax)

▽ Option
Accompaniment fee (60 minutes): 12,000 yen (13,200 yen including tax)

▼ Attendance / Visit / Online
1-day audition ticket: 2,000 yen (2,200 yen including tax)

■ What is included in the price ■

▼ Take lessons
Private lesson fee, attendance fee, counseling fee, seminar fee, interpreter fee, facility usage fee and system usage fee

▼ Lesson attendance
Attendance fee, counseling fee, seminar fee

■ Clarify some of the items not included in the price ■

Piano accompaniment fee, practice room fee, all personal expenses during free time, etc.

■ Price / Schedule Supplement ■

● We may adjust the lesson time in advance.

■ Application deadline ■

Until capacity is reached
● Even before the application deadline, the deadline will be closed as soon as the capacity is reached.
● Even after the application deadline, you may be able to apply if there is a vacancy in the course, so please contact the And Vision Counselor.

■ Notes ■

● Please note that if you take the course at home, it may be affected by the speed of the Internet.
● When taking lessons in And Vision such as And Vision Hall, there are internet connection (LAN), use of multiple cameras, large screen / monitor, mixer, speakers, staff support, etc.
●Please let us know the program at least 2 weeks in advance.
●If you want to change the accompaniment arrangement to andvision after applying, please let us know at least two weeks in advance.
●Upload the sheet music for the instructor to the And Vision system at least 14 days in advance.
●Students taking lessons will invite their families to attend.
● Please be assured that the student's name will not be published in writing in the public lesson.However, the teacher may call your name during the lesson.
● Public lessons will be an event sponsored by our company.Private lessons are recommended if you have any requests such as how to take lessons.
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