Bassoon public lesson

Ideal for studying abroad in music or preparing for competitions.
Let's use it to find overseas teachers!

Open lessons / master classes for overseas music university professors and overseas orchestra players.When the teacher comes to Japan and holds the event face-to-face, it may be held online by connecting overseas and Japan.You can participate as a student or an auditor as an event for each event.Depending on the course, generally anyone, regardless of level or age, can participate as a student.With a Japanese interpreter, it is safe for those who are worried about words.
* Online holding is a great opportunity to take lessons for teachers who do not come to Japan.
* There are also open lessons for Japanese music university professors / former professors.
* Online lessons at home, such as distant places and infection prevention, are also welcome.

● Those who are planning to study music in the future

Great for finding a teacher.Take lessons from various teachers in advance, including face-to-face and online, to check compatibility with the teacher.There are really various ways of thinking depending on the teacher, such as gentle, strict, powerful, personality compatibility such as always smiling, solid from the basics, no basics, only musical things.Please check the compatibility with your teacher in advance.If the teacher is decided as soon as possible, preparations such as selecting a song that suits the exam are perfect.The sooner you pass the exam, the closer you will be!
* Some of the open lessons can be used as they are for the exam due to the partnership between And Vision and the overseas music college / conservatory or professor.If you would like to go on to higher education, please take this opportunity as the course title says "Recruiting / Can be used for local school exams" and the text says so!

● Preparing for concerts and competitions, leveling up, etc.

Please feel free to use the playing methods that are accepted overseas and the different opinions of different teachers, which are unique to the international competition.

Like the oboe, it is a double-reed instrument that produces sound with two reeds combined up and down. It is also known as the "bassoon" and is in charge of the bass part.There is also a contrabassoon (double bassoon) that produces a sound one octave lower.

<Recruiting> Marte Leffert / Professor, Folkwang University of the Arts, Germany & Former Principal of North German Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Hannover / Bassoon Online Lesson

Learn from a professor who knows Japan well, such as playing at the Saito Kinen Orchestra / Wednesday, October 2023, 8 Limited to 30 people

You will want to study under this professor when you see him playing in many orchestras and solos, including the chief of the Hannover Norddeutscher Rundfunk, and being invited by Seiji Ozawa to perform at the chief of the Saito Kinen Orchestra.

<Recruiting> Ulrich Herrmann / Professor, Stuttgart University of Music, Mainz University of Music & University of Music, Cologne, Germany / Bassoon online open lesson

If you want to be an orchestra player, this teacher with a proven track record is definitely the one. / Limited to 2023 people on Monday, March 7, 31

He is active as a professor at the prestigious Stuttgart College of Music, the Mainz College of Music, and the Cologne College of Music in Germany, and is active in Germany's top-class orchestras such as the Berlin State Opera Orchestra, the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Bavarian State Opera Orchestra. A master teacher who produces players one after another gently guides.

Hanno Doneveg / Principal Player of Southwestern German Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra / Bassoon Online Public Lesson

Top Oke Southwest German Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra Principal Player Hanno Doneveg's Bassoon Online Public Lesson / Thursday, April 2021, 4 Limited to 22 people

First-class technique and sensibility taught by solo bassoon (bassoon) player of Southwestern German Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra who knows the world's top class.

Pierre Martens / Professor, Lübeck Academy of Music, Germany & Former Chief of Bamberg Symphony Orchestra / Bassoon Online Public Lesson

A professor at the Lübeck Academy of Music who falls in love with the bassoon and is passionate about it. / Limited to 2022 people on Friday, December 12, 9

A longtime principal player at the prestigious Bamberg Symphony Orchestra in Germany, he is now a professor at the Lübeck Academy of Music, leading many students to professionalism. Let's pass on the knowledge, technique, and musicality of the bassoon, with the passion that is hidden inside!

Christian Kunert / Professor, Hamburg University of Music, Germany & Former Chief of the Hamburg Philharmonis Orchestra / Fagot Online Public Lessons

Professor of Hamburg Music University who knows the know-how of orchestra / August 2021, 8 (Thursday) Limited 5 people

How to be a bassoonist taught by a professor who is familiar with music in general, not only bassoon but also piano and conducting. What is required of a bassoonist in orchestra and chamber music? What is the point of becoming an orchestra in Germany? Let's ask questions in the lesson!

Frank Forst / Professor, Weimar Franz Liszt College of Music, Germany / Bassoon Online Public Lesson

Fascinated by the bassoon learned from a professor at Franz Liszt University of Music / Friday, December 2022, 12 Limited to 2 people

Professor Frank Forst, a solo bassoonist who co-stars with top-notch orchestras and teaches at the Weimar Franz Liszt College of Music, is looking for a motivated young man.

Guilhaume Santana / Professor, Saar University of Music, Germany & Saarbrucken Kaiserslautern German Broadcasting Philharmonic Orchestra Former Chief / Fagot Online Public Lesson

Why don't you inherit the musicality recognized by conductor Claudio Abbado? / December 2022, 12 (Monday) Limited to 19 people

The musical hints learned from active bassoonists who are active in the Saarbrucken Kaiserslautern German Broadcasting Philharmonic Orchestra, the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, the Mozart Orchestra, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, etc. will surely last a lifetime.

Please note that translations may not necessarily be accurate, as the translation is performed through an automatic translation service.The contents may also differ from the original Japanese website.We ask for your kind understanding in advance.