The Performance-Oriented Composition scheme is an innovative and groundbreaking programme that integrates Composition and Conducting. It aims to combine the expertise of composers with the sensitivity of performers and addresses the Composition towards its practical fulfilment in performance. Filling a gap in the current education pathways that bind the practice of Composition within the completion of a score, the Performance-Oriented-Composition scheme is a unique opportunity to develop compositional skills along with conductor training. It encourages the blossoming of contemporary practices that blend musical imagination with adventurous performances.
One-to-one tuition in Composition
will be provided by Francesco Antonioni
(IT), coordinator of the project, with seminars and workshops
given by guest composers and composer-performers Richard Danielpour
(USA), Yannis Kyriakides
(NL), Christopher Cerrone
(USA), Richard Causton
(UK), Pamela Z
(USA), Thomas Larcher
From October 2022 will be provided:
- 8 one-hour individual Composition lessons.
- 5 two-hour seminars or workshops with guest composers or composer-performers.
- 5 five-hour Conducting classes.
- 3 days rehearsals with chamber ensemble
- Final concert
Lessons will take place with monthly cadence, on Fridays and Saturdays. A detailed calendar is due to be published. The languages of the course are Italian and English.
The course is suited for composers with Bachelor or Master degrees or equivalent, but is also open to anyone. The commission reserves the right to accept any talented student, even without the above-mentioned requirements. The languages of the course are Italian and English.
Applications for Academic Year 2022/2023 must reach our offices by 27 September 2022.
The enrolment fee must be paid annually by bank transfer. It is non-refundable. Payments of enrolment and tuition fees must be made by bank transfer on the following bank account details:
Bank: INTESA SAN PAOLO
Account held to: ACCADEMIA DI MUSICA ONLUS
address: PIAZZA SAN DONATO 37 – PINEROLO