Calls for guest lecturers and collaborators

  • Call for guest lecturer with the competencies of holding master classes in baroque violin

    EMTASTRA

    Department of Classical Music Performance

    Call for guest lecturer with the competencies of holding master classes in baroque violin

    The aim of the course: to introduce the principles of the baroque violin repertoire, and their stylistic features through practical experience

    The course by guest lecturer should cover following topics:

    • the main works, both accompanied, for baroque violin;
    • bowing techniques, frequencies of vibration as opposed to contemporary instrument;
    • aspects of frasing;
    • baroque ornamentation.


    Requirements for an applicant:

    • Very good theoretical and practical knowledge of the baroque repertoire;
    • To conduct the violin masterclasses on 17-18 March 2023;
    • Performance and teaching experience at international level;
    • CV.

    Application procedure:

    • Application for the guest lecturer should be submitted by 1 February 2023 latest via e-mail kai.kiiv@eamt.ee
    • The application must contain CV of the guest lecturer;
    • The application must include the fee (gross) the guest lecturer wishes 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 the Early Music;
    • The successful applicant will be announced within 3 days after the application deadline.
  • Call for guest lecturer with the competencies of holding master classes in baroque trumpet, baroques orchestra and a guest concert

    EMTASTRA

    Department of Classical Music Performance

    Call for guest lecturer with the competencies of holding master classes in baroque trumpet, baroques orchestra and a guest concert

    The aim of the course: to introduce the principles of the baroque trumpet and orchestra repertoire, and their stylistic features through practical experience.

    The course by guest lecturer should cover following topics:

    • the main works, both accompanied, for baroque trumpet;
    • the main repertoire for the baroque orchestra;
    • blowing techniques, frequencies of vibration as opposed to contemporary instrument;
    • aspects of breathing;
    • baroque ornamentation.


    Requirements for an applicant:

    • Very good theoretical and practical knowledge of the baroque repertoire;
    • Availability to conduct the baroque trumpet and orchestra masterclasses on 24-25 March and a guest concert on 26 March 2023;
    • Performance and teaching experience at international level;
    • CV.


    Application procedure:

    • Application for the guest lecturer should be submitted by 26 January 2023 latest via e-mail kai.kiiv@eamt.ee
    • The application must contain CV of the guest lecturer;
    • The application must include the fee (gross) the guest lecturer wishes 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 the Early Music;
    • The successful applicant will be announced within 3 days after the application deadline.
  • Call for Guest Lecturer with the competencies of holding the Character Based Improvisation Process course

    Department of Drama

    Call for Guest Lecturer with the competencies of holding the
    Character Based Improvisation Process course

    The aim of the course: to introduce students to engage in the Character Based Improvisation (CBI) Process.

    The course by Guest Lecturer should cover following topics:

    • Introducing of the CBI Process by providing practical hands-on experience, tools and competency to use CBI methods in the development of the various characters;
    • Helping to find considerable creative freedom to empower and liberate the actors;
    • Understanding how CBI can be used alongside conventional script material and also a stand-alone process for creating ensemble scenes or complex improvised dramas;
    • Experimenting with character-based improvisations;
    • Adding depth and complexity to the performances, channelling spontaneity and new perspective on texts when preparing for auditions.


    Requirements for an applicant:

    • Expert analysis in Character Based Improvisation;
    • The ability to improve communication between actor and director to showcase tools for finessing performance;
    • Skills to demonstrate how improvisations can deliver results and to explore the unexpected as a dramatic tool;
    • Trail of emergent narrative through the quality of the sources and documentation of the process.
    • Availability to conduct the course on 13-22 February 2023;
    • Teaching experience at international level;
    • CV.


    Application procedure:

    • Application for the Guest Lecturer should be submitted by 26 January 2023 latest via e-mail kai.kiiv@eamt.ee
    • The application must contain CV of the Guest Lecturer;
    • The application must include the fee (net) the Guest Lecturer wishes to obtain.


    Selection process:

    • The applications will be assessed by the Chief Coordinator of the Department of Drama;
    • The successful applicant will be announced within 3 days after the application deadline.