Georg Alzberger / Professor, Munich University of Music, Germany & Former Principal, Deutsche Oper Berlin / Clarinet Online Lessons
Learn the essence of the German Orchestra from the former Chief of the Deutsche Oper Berlin!
Let's leap into the world by inheriting the spirit and virtuosity of classical music from Professor Georg Arzberger, who is active in the Deutsche Oper Berlin and is currently a professor at the University of Music Munich!
Born in 1981, clarinetist Georg Arzberger was born in the city of Aichach near Munich. A big music lover since childhood, he began to play the clarinet at the age of nine, and while in high school he became a professor at the Leopold Mozart Center at the University of Augsburg and the University of Augsburg in Nuremberg to study. In order to become a professional in earnest, he entered the Weimar Franzlist College of Music and studied under Professor Martin Spangenberg, the former chief of Munfil. While attending music college, he joined the Greiz-Reichenbach Foctland Philharmonic Orchestra as a trainee, and after working as a member of the famous youth orchestra Junge Deutsche Philharmonic in Germany, in 9, one of Europe's leading opera houses. Passed the Deputy Chief of the Berlin-German Opera Orchestra. Since then, he has been active around the world, mainly in Berlin, until he left the orchestra as the principal player in 2006.While enthusiastic about chamber music, he regularly participates in leading orchestras such as the Dresden National Opera Orchestra, the Southwestern German Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra, and the Berlin-German Symphony Orchestra. He has been enthusiastically training young musicians for a long time. After working as a lecturer at the University of Augsburg and a professor at the Karlsruhe University of Music, he is currently teaching as a professor at the prestigious Munich University of Music and coaching youth orchestra. One of the most notable clarinet players of his generation, he is still active. And, let's aim for Germany debut with the magic that draws out the talents of the students!
Regardless of where you live in Japan, you can take clarinet lessons by Professor Georg Alzberger, a professor at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, a world-famous clarinet player and former chief of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. .. Take a trial lesson with the teacher once or twice, and if they are compatible, start the lesson as a teacher's class (student).Those who have taken public lessons should be able to experience the depth of the lessons unique to class students (students) compared to the public lessons of one-off events.You can take the following 1 courses.
● Online lessons for preparing for entrance exams at overseas music colleges / conservatory
● Regular music online lessons (preparation for competitions, brush-ups, etc.)
* The admission fee is valid for one year (if you take the course for one year or more in a row, you do not need to re-enroll.)
* The studio dedicated to And Vision is fully equipped with internet access (LAN), microphone, amplifier, speaker, mixer, video screen / monitor, and software, and the staff will support you.
* We welcome you to take online lessons at home if you wish, such as in the distance or to prevent infection.
■ Online lessons for preparing for entrance exams at overseas music colleges / conservatory ■
While in Japan, we will prepare for the exam with the teacher of the overseas music university / conservatory that you want. In the exam preparation lesson, the songs will be selected and the songs will be completed before the exam. Depending on the number of lessons, it generally takes at least 3 months, usually 6 months or more to finish. In addition, it is desirable to take the lesson directly with the live sound of the final check. It is also important to get used to communicating music and conversations online, as taking an examination at an overseas music university / conservatory may be an online examination or a recording examination.
・ As in Japan, the professors belonging to each music university / music institute are familiar with the examinations at overseas music universities / music institutes.
・ The songs to be taken by overseas music colleges / institutes are not individually specified, but are often roughly specified for each era, so it is very important to select the songs with the professor. The selection and performance of songs that suit (or are completely different from) your personality will differentiate you from other test takers and leave a positive impression on the examiner. The teacher may recommend (select) the test song in consideration of foreign test takers. For example, "If you select this song, you can't show the difference from the people of ..., so if you use this song (movement), the examiner will know that you have various expressions, so please do it here. How is it? "
・ Since the teacher gives lessons to the students for the purpose of "How to pass?", The pass rate usually increases. For example, "I don't think the examiner knows classical music this way, so let's fix it."
・ As a general rule, the number of lessons should be decided in consultation with the professor based on the "period from the current time to the examination" and "the customer's current level and the passing level required at the time of the examination". The longer the period, such as one year or more, the more time you can take the exam.
■ Regular music online lessons ■
Take lessons according to your goals and goals, such as preparing for the competition, preparing for the orchestra audition, preparing for the concert, improving your daily level, brushing up, and hobbies. Being a class student (a student), the teacher will be kind enough to help you reach your goals and teach you how wonderful music is. Please aim for the goal with your teacher. When the teacher comes to Japan, he is a student, so he should be the first to consult.
・ Please tell us your preference for lessons twice a month, once every two months, once a week, once every six months, etc.
■ Qualifications ■Anyone who is enthusiastic can take this course.
■ Price ■Once a month (1 times a year): 12 yen (341,460 yen including tax)
■ What is included in the price ■Admission fee, private lesson fee (60 minutes / time), facility usage fee and system usage fee
■ Clarify some of the items not included in the price ■Japanese interpretation fee, piano accompaniment fee, practice room fee, all personal expenses during free time, etc.
■ Price / Schedule Supplement ■● And Vision school members do not need an admission fee (it will be deducted from the amount)
● Please tell us your preference for lessons, such as twice a month or once every two months.
● If you wish to take lessons more than 6 times a year, you will get a discount (free) on facility usage fees such as And Vision Hall and system usage fees at the time of lessons.
● If you would like an interpreter or accompaniment, you can apply separately.
● We will 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.
● Please send the score for the instructor at least 5 days in advance.
● If the lesson requires a piano accompaniment, please prepare it yourself.It is also possible to prepare with and vision as an option.