Overseas Music University Professor Online Lesson / Professor's Undergraduate Course

I couldn't really think of online
After all, it was good to receive it online.
I became a teacher's student!

Online lessons by teachers living in Europe and the United States, such as professors at overseas music colleges / conservatory and major European orchestra players.Those who have taken public lessons should be able to experience the depth of the lessons compared to the public lessons of one-off events.

  • Take various teachers once or twice to check the teacher's face, atmosphere, teaching method and compatibility.If you find a teacher who is compatible with you, it is desirable to move to the teacher's class (subordinate).Even if you become a subordinate, you can take lessons from other teachers.
  • Please tell us your preference for online lessons, such as twice a month, once every two months, or once a week.
  • 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.
  • Online lessons at home, such as distant places and infection prevention, are also welcome.

● 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.
  • 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.For example, "For this song, even a bachelor's degree (bachelor) will play it, so why not change it to ~ if you are taking a master's degree exam?"
  • As in Japan, the professors belonging to each music university / music institute are familiar with the examinations at overseas music universities / music institutes.
  • 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.
  • It is possible to check the playing style on a CD or Youtube, but by taking the lesson, you can understand not only the musical compatibility and personality compatibility with the teacher, but also the lesson style, "I want to be with this teacher, It will be an opportunity to decide "I want to learn".
  • As a matter of fact, the passing record is outstanding (astonishing to our staff).Please contact the And Vision Counselor for more information!

  • * Some private schools, such as those affiliated with And Vision, can take the lessons of the subordinate course for admission to the affiliated school (not public or national).Please contact And Vision for more information.

● 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 friendly and willing to work hard to achieve the goal. 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.

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Barbara Bonney / Visiting Professor at the Royal Academy of Music & Former Professor at the Mozarteum College of Music / Vocal Music Online Special Private Lesson Series

Get a handwritten letter of recommendation from the world's most popular singer, Barbara Bonney!

World-famous soprano singer Barbara Bonney offers vocal lessons that will dramatically change your voice. We are holding a special private lesson series as we receive many comments such as ``I understood the problem'', ``I was taught a world-standard vocal method'', and ``I can now speak my voice more easily''.

Pierre Reach / Professor at the Ecole Normale de Musique in France, Former Professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory & Former Professor at the Conservatory of Music in Catalonia, Spain / Online Piano Lessons

Continuing his passion as an artist, Professor at the Ecole Normale de Musique in France, former professor at the Paris Regional Conservatory, and former professor at the Catalunya Higher Conservatory in Spain

Professor Pierre Reach, who has a wide repertoire and is known around the world for Bach's "Goldberg Variations," teaches the fusion of technology and music.

Barbara Bonney / Austrian Mozarteum University of Music & Royal Academy of Music Professor / Vocal Online Lessons

not a lie!Professor Barbara Bonney, a super major who is familiar with that super opera lesson, is a vocal online lesson!

Online vocal lessons by world-famous soprano singer Barbara Bonney, a professor at the Mozartium Conservatory of Music and a visiting professor at the Royal Academy of Music.

Rainer Trost / Austrian active tenor singer (Vienna State Opera, Bayreuth Festival, etc.) & Professor of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna / Vocal online lessons

Learn from an active tenor singer who continues to fascinate the audience at the Vienna State Opera and the Bayreuth Festival.

A tenor singer representing the present age, who has made a name for himself as a singer of Mozart opera and has taken on a wide range of roles.Take lessons directly and get in touch with the essence of opera.

Birgit Kolar / Former Concert of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Austria Mistress & Former Lecturer, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna / Violin Online Lessons

Learn from the prestigious Vienna Symphony Orchestra female first former concert mistress

Learn from the violinist who was the first female concert mistress at the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, one of Austria's most traditional orchestras!

Tilmann Wick / Professor, Hannover University of Music, Germany / Cello Online Lesson

Learn from a cellist whose tonal world unfolds with impeccable technique and unique flair.

A professor at Hannover University of Music who has a wealth of stage experience and is constantly pursuing the possibilities of the cello range. Many of the students are active in the world music world.

Erwin Klambauer / Austrian Vienna Symphony Orchestra Chief & Professor of Gratz National College of Music / Flute Online Lessons

Chief flute of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, teaching at the Glatz National College of Music.

He has honed his skills under the masters Claudio Abbado and Shandor Beg, and is active as the principal player of the prestigious Oke Vienna Symphony Orchestra, which Vienna is proud of.

Uwe Komischke / Former Principal of Munich Philharmonic, Germany & Professor of Franz Liszt College of Music / Trumpet Online Lessons

Let's hit the former Munich Philharmonic chief trumpet.

The lesson of Uwe Komishke, who has been active as the chief trumpet of the Munich Philharmonic for many years and still stands at the top of the world.

Jan Gottlieb Jiracek / Professor, University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria / Piano Online Lessons

A professor of piano performance at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, with a fresh sensibility.

He has been recognized for his many competition prizes and stage careers, and although he is a young man, he will be taught by a big man who was appointed as a professor at the prestigious University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

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