II International Summer School
II International Summer School will be held in Moscow from 1 to 10 August 2017. Acceptance of applications — up to 15 July 2017.
Intensive course of individual classes and masterclasses of famous musicians from all over the world
- students of art schools and professional music schools;
- college students;
- undergraduate and post-graduate university students;
- professional musicians
Certificates issued to every participant of the program
Concert participation in the Concert Hall of the Moscow Conservatory Central Music School
Teachers’ training program for teachers of the participants of the International Summer School (certificates will be issued)
Teachers by instrument:
For active participants of the II International Summer School – 2017
(The duration of the lessons is up to 45 minutes each)
Basic course (5 individual classes, 45 minutes each) — 25 000 RUR
* in case of full cost prepay before May, the 1, 2017 — 22 500 RUR
* for the CMS students — 22 500 RUR
Extra lessons (beyond the basic program)
4 500 RUR
Advance payment 7 500 RUR is to be made while applying for the participation. In case of cancellation of the participation advance prepay is not refundable.
Open master classes
(The duration of the master classes is up to 45 minutes each)
Active participation in each master class — 5 000 RUR
An individual lesson or a master class — 1 500 RUR
Rehearsal and performance at the concert (45 minutes) — 2 000 RUR
For visitors of the II International Summer School – 2017
One-day listener ticket (provides attendance at any classes of the Summer school-2017 during one chosen day) — 1 500 RUR
10-days listener ticket (provides attendance at any classes of the Summer school within the period August, 1 – 10, 2017) — 5 000 RUR
Attendance at open master classes is free.
For active participants of the II international Summer School:
- Moscow Kremlin
- Moscow Conservatory (a tour to the famous concert halls and N. Rubinstein Museum including)
- CMS Museum
- Yamaha Music Russian Art Center in Moscow
All the excursions are free from charge for active participants of the II International Summer School.
Full course cost (72 hours) — 10 000 RUR
The course includes:
- Individual classes and master classes
- Lectures and seminars on the methods of the specialties teaching and music psychology
- Workshop on working with the professional diseases
Video from International Summer School 2016
The Central Music School of the Moscow Conservatory is a unique phenomenon in music education; it’s one of the most famous and prestigious schools in the world. The main goal of the school is to provide integrated training for highly-skilled young musicians. From early childhood gifted children receive both professional music and general academic education combined with all-round creative, intellectual and spiritual development.
The history of the school goes back to 1932 when at the initiative of the Moscow Conservatory Professor Alexander Goldenweiser and President of the Moscow Conservatory Stanislav Shatsky a “Special Children’s Group” was created that consisted of only 15 children from all over the Soviet Union. On May 20, 1935 by decision of the Soviet government it was converted into the Central Music School.
Luminaries of the school, such as pianists Anna Artobolevskaya, Tamara Bobovich, Tatyana Kestner, Ilya Klyachko, Anaida Sumbatyan, Yevgeny Timakin, Elena Khoven, violinists Semyon Bezrodny, Yuri Yankelevich, Volodar Bronin, Mikhail Garlitsky, Mikhail Kurdyumov, Zoya Makhtina, Valeriya Merenblum, Zinaida Gilels, viola players Fyodor Drizhinin, N. Sokolov, Mikhail Terian, cellists Sergei Aslamazyan, Galina Kozolupova, bass players Andrei Astakhov, Yevgeny Kolosov, flutist Yuri Dolzhikov and others developed a unique system of teaching performing arts. This system encompasses a close tie between artistic and technical development of a musician coupled with mastering different music styles and developing artistic qualities necessary for professional musicians.
Year after year the Central Music School hosts major cultural national and international events, such as the annual Central Music School International Competition of Young Performers, the Nutcracker International TV Competition of Young Musicians, the Frederick Chopin Moscow International Competition of Young Pianists, masterclasses with outstanding musicians of modern times, all-Russian and international festivals. The school’s rich history, its precious experience of training high-class musicians gained over decades, its glorious traditions, highly-qualified talented teachers as well as excellent facilities create ideal conditions for the Central Music School of the Moscow Conservatory to fulfill its high mission: to raise new generations of musicians, multiply the glory of Russian music art and enrich its contribution to world culture.
The Central Music School of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory is a federal state public school.
4 – 5 Maly Kislovsky per.
Moscow, 125009 Russia