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COMPOSITION MAKING – through the eyes of a child

Diary of a composer by Matthias Kadar – video 3 – the opinion of “very” young students about the Cello Concert composition

Welcome to the new episode of Matthias’ diary about his composition making. Matthias Kadar is the author for Cicerone of a beautiful composition interactive course. He’s now writing a Cello Concerto and once again he offers to our readers a new perspective: this time he interviewed two of his youngest students, who were asked about their envision of how such a complex composition should sound. What could you expect? Uncertainty? Too easy thoughts? Childish ignorance or spontaneity? Continue reading COMPOSITION MAKING – through the eyes of a child

Originally posted 2017-06-16 20:09:46.

The Young European Strings School of Music

The Motto and Guiding ethos  of the Young European Strings School of Music (YES)

By Maria Kelemen

“When I grow up I want to be a musician”

The Young European Strings School YES offers twice weekly 30 minutes lessons to the beginner separating the theoretical part of the of the learning from the practical. Teaching music theory is based on the principles of teaching awareness of the “inner ear’s” function. Continue reading The Young European Strings School of Music

Originally posted 2017-06-08 16:30:55.