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Music Department

05/03/2010

The registration period for the 2010 Summer Courses of the Prince of Asturias Foundation’s International Music School is now open

2009 Summer Courses ©FPA

Classes will be taught by prestigious international teaching staff from the 20th to the 31st July.

The registration period for the 2010 Summer Courses of the Prince of Asturias Foundation’s International Music School is now open. The course will be taught at the "Eduardo Martínez Torner" Advanced Conservatory of Music of the Principality of Asturias and at the Príncipe Felipe Auditorium in Oviedo from the 20th to the 31st July.

Students may register via the School's website at www.escuelainternacionaldemusica.org or may obtain the registration forms from the Prince of Asturias Foundation offices: C/ General Yagüe, 2 / 33004 Oviedo, and C/ Doctor Casal 12, 2º / 33005 Oviedo.  The registration period will close on 9th July.

Classes will be taught by prestigious international teaching staff, with the participation of some of the world's most outstanding musicians as visiting lecturers, from centres and orchestras such as the Sibelius Academy in Helsinky (Finland), the National Network of Youth and Children Orchestras of Venezuela and the Scala Theatre Orchestra among others.

Thirty-nine teachers of ten different nationalities have given classes covering the standard range of symphonic orchestral instruments, as well as ensemble classes for chamber music, string quartets, wind ensembles, folk music ensembles, youth orchestra and junior orchestra. This year, the School expands its department of voice, teaching for the first time the subject of Vocal Chamber Music. In addition, there will also be a workshop on Healthy musical habits: listening to our bodies, which aims to improve body awareness of the music student, and the subject of Guitar.                    

Yuri Nasushkin, Artistic Director of the School, is a professor at the "Eduardo Martínez Torner" Advanced Conservatory of Music in Oviedo and has been the conductor of the Principality of Asturias’ Youth Symphony Orchestra (JOSPA) and the Community of Madrid Youth Orchestra. Nasushkin came to Spain in 1990 to become a teacher of the Soviet chamber orchestra The Moscow Virtuosi

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