Feldenkrais and playing freely on the cello

Feldenkrais and playing freely on the cello by Nadia David I am Nadia David, cellist, teacher, musiMentor at IClassical Academy.   I have been searching and writing about the One Movement idea for a long time. The urge to merge the complex web of thoughts, emotions...

Conducting Brahms: an approach to the opening of the first symphony

Conducting Brahms: an approach to the opening of the first symphony By Gianmaria Griglio   When young conductors approach a score for the first time the omnipresent question is: how do I begin? In a case of a repertoire symphony such as Brahms's first, the...

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers Everything you want to know about iClassical Academy Masterclasses Q. Why do you offer only Master Classes of violin, violoncello and piano? A. You will also find some trumpet lessons and we plan to add other instruments in the future. Q. Why do...

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers Everything you want to know about iClassical Academy Masterclasses Q. Why do you offer only Master Classes of violin, violoncello and piano? A. You will also find some trumpet lessons and we plan to add other instruments in the future. Q. Why do...

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Daily routine of a musician

Daily routine of a musician with cellist and musiMentor Fulvia Mancini   What is the interaction between the practice of the musical instrument and the techniques of yoga and visual and vocal techniques? How can it help you develop more confidence in your...

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CHOPIN ETUDE NO. 3, OP. 10

CHOPIN ETUDE NO. 3, OP. 10 CORNERSTONE LESSON CHOPIN Chopin was one of the few composers who considered the Etude as an original composition, not only a piece to develop concepts and technique, so he wrote his 24 etudes also to have the player enjoying the piece...

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RAVEL TZIGANE

RAVEL TZIGANE CORNERSTONE LESSON RAVEL Professor Hagai Shaham explains the many topics of this genial composition, showing the parts which mostly express the typical Hungarian romantic style. He teaches how to achieve the proper expression of the piece, which is very...

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Why Classical Music Still Matters

Why Classical Music Still Matters In an age of music where songwriters publish questionable lyrical subjects, heavy four-on-the-floor kick drums and sub woofers can be heard in traffic three hundred meters away, and where music videos feed the world with images of...

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