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WORKSHOPS AND MASTER CLASSES

 

Workshops

 

Workshops are held in the intimate setting of private homes. Both advanced and intermediate groups are eligible to participate as long as they have their coach’s recommendation. Please RSVP if your group is interested in participating.

 

SEASON 2020-21 JCM-CV & JCM-LA WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

 

Sean Lee, violin (online)

Sunday, March 7, 2021at 2pm

 

Sam Fischer, violin

Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 1:30pm

 

Mark Richman, piano

Sunday, March 14, 2021 at 6:30pm

 

 

Master Classes

 

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:

 

 

 

 

 

Past Master Classes Teachers

 

2020

Takács Quartet (Edward Dusinberre & Harumi Rhodes), violin

Johannes Fleischmann, violin

Yung Wook Yoo, piano

Radim Sedmidubsky, viola/violin

Svetlana Smolina, piano

 

2019

Vijay Gupta

Christopher O'Riley

William Fitzpatrick

Ming Tsu

 

2018

Ning An

John Walz

David Garrett

Eugene Alcalay

 

2017

Brian Chen

Paul Coletti

Grace Fong

Nadia Shpachenko-Gettesman

 

2016

Andrew Cook

Robert DeMaine

Margaret Batjer

 

2015

Awadagin Pratt

Martin Chalifour

trio FUGU

 

2014

Ralph Kirshbaum

Mark Menzies

Steven Vanhauwaert

 

2013

Lorenz Gamma

Rebecca Hang

Vicki Ray

The Talich Quartet

 

 

 

 

 

 

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)