Course | Conducting | Relationship between Conductor & Soloist

"Get prepared to conduct both the orchestra and your soloist on a great piece"

Guillermo Scarabino
2 hours and 50 minutes
16 Chapters
Course description
In this course, Maestro Scarabino analyses all the aspects of the musical and artistic relationship between the Conductor and the Soloist. Each of the 16 Chapters is dedicated to a specific argument, starting from understanding Tempos. Then, through every kind of dynamics, accenting, and balancing of sound and orchestration, with a very precious dissertation about the motivations that drove Beethoven himself to write the manuscript as he did and the kind of freedom that a conductor can have.
A vital milestone course both for starting conductors and soloists about how to approach and develop the challenge of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3.
This course is for starting conductors, piano soloists, and anyone interested to learn more about the art of conducting!


  • Tempos (2 parts)
  • Sound and Orchestration
  • "Espressione"
  • "Largo" and "Lento"
  • "Andante comfortable"
  • Length of phrases and trigger notes
  • "Ritardando", "Calando" and Manuscript notations
  • Phenomenical accents
  • Conductor/Soloist communication
  • Rhythm and Bars
  • Spacing in conducting
  • Freedom in Tempo
  • According to Beethoven (2 parts)
  • Cadenza and surroundings

Instructor: Guillermo Scarabino

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