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Distinguished Master Class Series

 

Performing in and attending a master class is an extremely important experience for young students. Firstly, it is very helpful for groups to perform a new work in front of a smaller audience before the Final Concert. Secondly, a seasoned professor can provide immediate feedback of a performance during a master class, and provide insights into how the students are progressing with their coaching sessions and rehearsals.

 

Watching a master class is extremely important for students. Here are just a few important benefits students have from watching a master class:


SEASON 2017–18 MASTER CLASS SCHEDULE

 

JCM–IE

Featuring Dr. Eugene Alcalay (piano)

Sunday, March 24, 2018 (6:00 pm)

Azusa Pacific University Room 111

901 E. Alosta Ave., Azusa, CA 91702 (Main)

 

 

JCM–LA

Featuring John Walz (cello)

More details to come.

 

 

JCM–CV

More details to come.

 

 

JCM–OC

Featuring Ning An (piano)

Saturday, March 11, 2018 (1:00 pm)

Lyceum Village

14281 Chambers, Tustin, CA 92780

 

 

Past Master Classes Teachers

 

2016

Brian Chen

Paul Coletti

Grace Fong

Nadia Shpachenko-Gettesman

 

2012
Movses Pogossian (violin)
Steven Vanhauwaert (piano)
Ron Leonard (cello)

 

2011
Bernadene Blaha (piano)
Yehuda Gilad (clarinet)
Jonathan Moerschel (viola)
Joseph Silverstein (violin)
Robert Thies (piano)
Felici Trio

 

2010
Roland Vamos (viola)
Paul Coletti (viola)
Lorenz Gamma (violin)

 

2009
John Perry (piano)
Roza Yoder (piano)
Martin Chalifour (violin)

2008
Midori Goto (violin)
Roza Yoder (piano)
Rio Trio

2007
Peter Marsh (violin)
Calder String Quartet

2006
Ron Leonard, cello

2005
Raymond Kobler (violin)

 

Chilingirian String Quartet 2004
Jerzy Kosmala (viola)