Calls for guest lecturers and collaborators

  • Call for for guest lecturers with the competencies of holding piano master classes and a four-hands recital for piano

    EMTASTRA

    Department of Classical Music Performance

    Call for guest lecturers with the competencies of holding piano master classes and a four-hands recital for piano

    The aim of the course: to explain the technical control and interpretation of the repertoire (technique, style etc).

    The course by guest lecturer should cover following topics:

    • The main works, both solo and four-hands, for piano from baroque, classical and romantic eras;
    • Expertise on different editions;
    • Technique as a necessary concomitant of art;
    • Developing a double sensitivity, musical and physical, to sound;
    • Developing a synchronised sense of rhythm for anticipating the actions of their partners in case of four-hand playing;
    • Pedalling as mainly exercised by the secondo player in case of four-hand playing;
    • How to prepare for a successful performance in both, solo and four-hand playing.


    Requirements for an applicant:

    • Very good theoretical and practical knowledge of the piano repertoire of the aforementioned eras;
    • Ability to observe students’ progress, identify the weaknesses in the practice habits and to make recommendations for the improvement;
    • Availability to hold piano master classes on 20-21 October 2022 and a guest concert on 19 October 2022 in the Great Hall of EAMT;
    • Performance and teaching experience at international level;
    • CV-s.


    Application procedure:

    • Application for the guest lecturers should be submitted by 30 September 2022 latest via e-mail kai.kiiv@eamt.ee
    • The application must contain CV-s of the guest lecturers;
    • The application must include the fee (gross) the guest lecturers wish to obtain.


    Covered expenses:

    • Travel costs to Tallinn and back (standard class tickets);
    • Accommodation in Tallinn.


    Selection process:

    • The applications will be assessed by the Head of Studies of Piano
    • The successful applicant will be announced within 3 days after the application deadline