Technique should create itself from spirit not from mechanics.

Franz Liszt to Lina Raman

Baroque flute master class by Ildikó Kertész

25 September 2014

Ildikó Kertész

professor of the Liszt Academy is holding a baroque flute master class

 

Time and place:

13-15 October 2014, from 10 a.m. each day

baroque flute demonstration, individual classes, and master class at the Liszt Academy's Early Music Room (1077 Budapest., 52 Wesselényi Street, R.-125).

 

The master classis open for all students of music and musicians who are interested in baroque techniques.

Participation is free of charge for students of the Liszt Academy and the Béla Bartók Secondary School of Music. Others may apply as active applicants for 5000 HUF/day (or 20 €/day), or passive applicants for 2500 HUF/day (or 10 €/day).

 

Application and participation is also possible with modern musical instruments. Chamber music groups are also welcome.

The application form is available online and in Room 014.

 

Application deadline:

9 October 2014.

Submit your application to Ms. Dóra Orosz in person (1077 Budapest, 25 Wesselényi Street, Room 006) or via e-mail (orosz.dora [at] lisztakademia.hu).

 

Ildikó KERTÉSZ

 

Soloist in the Orfeo Orchestra

member of the Ensemble Campanile,

 

She has performed and recorded with:

the English Baroque Soloist,

the La Stagione,

the Concerto Köln,

the Capella Coloniensis,

the Capella Savaria,

the Festetics Quartet and

the Ensemble Les Adieux.

 

She has given masterclasses:

at the Juilliard School (New York), 

the Curtis Instituit (Philadelphia) and

the Rice University (Houston)

 

Solo and chamber music recordings:

Flute sonatas by Kleinknecht and Krebs, Sun quartets by Haydn, Quintets by Mozart