Master class for clarinetists: John Kruse
07.04.2021 at 16:00
JOHN KRUSE (The Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen)
7 April @16.00-19.00 in D-209
John Kruse began his studies at the Carl Nielsen Academy of Music in 1980 with solo clarinetist Jens Schou. In 1984 he continued his studies at Music Academy in Paris with Professor Guy Deplus. In 1987, John Kruse joined the Royal Danish Orchestra where he was employed until 1989. That year, John Kruse was appointed solo clarinetist in Odense Symphony Orchestra. From the summer of 2005, John Kruse was appointed 1st solo clarinetist in the Royal Danish Orchestra.
John Kruse has recorded several CDs, including newly composed Danish music for clarinet, Messiaen’s “Quartet for the End of Time”, Mozart’s complete music for basset and recently Mozart and Nielsen’s concertos for clarinet and orchestra.
John Kruse has received the Jacob Gade-scholarship and Holger Bruusgaards Grant. He has served on the jury of the first four Carl Nielsen International Clarinet Competitions. He has appeared as soloist in front of the Royal Danish Orchestra, Copenhagen Phil, Odense Symphony Orchestra, Danish National Symphony Orchestra and the Czech Chamber Orchestra.
John Kruse has continuously sought further inspiration from international figures such as Michel Arrignon professor at Music Academy in Paris and His Deinzer, former professor in Hannover.
The virtual master class is provided by the unique LoLa (low latency) technology tool that enables real time musical performances where musicians are physically located in remote sites (up to 4000 km) connected by advanced network services with no significant distortion or delay. LoLa technology is the project of Giuseppe Tartini Conservatory in Italy and the Italian Consortium of the Science and Education Network GARR. The Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre received the LoLa hardware with the support of the Estonian Education and Research Network of Information Technology Foundation for Education from the European Union project GÉANT-EaPConnect.