Completing two weeks with registration open, the 35th music workshop of Curitiba has already 450 enrolled students, between them 81 foreigners. Thirteen are courses with vacancies exhausted. Promoted by the city of Curitiba, through the Cultural Foundation and the Curitiba Institute for art and culture (ICAC), the workshop will be held from 7 a 29 January, with the offer of 77 courses in classical and MPB music. The inscriptions follow up 20 November, at website www.oficinademusica.org.br.
Each student can attend up to six courses, with the limit of three for each phase. Classes take place at the headquarters of the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUC-PR) and various other activities are scheduled in the chapel Santa Maria and Regional administrations. On the page of the music workshop are contained in all the information about the courses, teachers, number of slots and timetables.
Courses with vacancies open -Several courses of classical and ancient stage are still slots open. The core "Opera Studio" back to programming workshop, offering internships for stage direction, music and adult choir practice. The Opera will be staged "the magic flute", by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
There's still time to register for the course from one of the most respected Brazilian pianists, Cristian Budu, and the brazilian soprano Rosana Lamosa also, the Brazilian-born cellist in Germany, Matias de Oliveira Pinto, and the violinists Yusuko Horigome, of Japan, Hagai Shaham and, of Israel.
At the core of contemporary music of the classical phase, the new course "the specific sound" (Specific Sound), professor Brandon LaBelle. In it, will be parsed using the sound as material and artistic and musical tool indoors, in the city and in other environments. The course will discuss the theme of sound art as a set of practices between music and art.
Others that deserve attention are the Frevo Orchestra courses, with Spok, Battery in Frevo, with Adelson Silva, and the seminar of Violas from Brazil, Ricardo Vignini teachers, Joe Helder, João Paulo Amaral, Cacai Nunes and Rogério Gulin, performed in the Brazilian Popular Music. The course of Cristóvan Bastos on his music for all musicians and music students in General is also new this year.
For the core music and technology have left few vacancies. In this issue, two new courses are still with registration open: "Home Videos for musicians: producing videos in his Home Studio and Loop Station "and" technology and Performance: the use of Loops and DAWs in live performance ", taught by professor Andrew Peace.
|35th music workshop of Curitiba|
|Date: from 7 a 29 January 2017|
|Realization: Prefeitura Municipal de Curitiba, The Cultural Foundation of Curitiba Curitiba Institute for art and culture (ICAC).|
Inscriptions: www.oficinademusica.org.br up to 20 November 2016.
|Value: R$ 100 (a course), R$ 150 (two courses), R$ 180 (three or more courses distributed in two phases) e R$ 10 (courses in the Streets of citizenship).|