Project Description

Prof Lutsia Ibragimova’s “Kids Friendly” master class for children until the age of 16 is specially tailored for talented young violinists

Course fee EUR 250
Master Class for players from 17 y.o and over – please see our standard conditions.
All children under the age of 18 should be accompanied by an adult. The parents or carers are responsible for their children for the whole duration of the Master Classes. 
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Course Fee

Deposit payment (nonrefundable ): EUR 100

Regular Course: EUR 250

Auditor: EUR 100

* the course fees include a non refundable registration fee of 100 EUR. The fee includes piano accompaniment  and free access to all workshops, masterclasses and concerts of the Summer Art Academy Burgas 2020

All participants are expected to perform at the final  concert and will be presented with a Diplom. Piano accompanist is provided.

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Scholarships

The Summer Art Acadmy Burgas is pleased to offer for each course two scholarships of 50% discount from the original course fee or one full scholarship for extraordinary tallented participants. Please provide us with a short CV and a YouTube link of your video recording with free choice of programme no longer than 20 minutes.

The winners of the scholarships are expected to perform as soloists of the International Youth Symphony Orchestra “Burgas 2020” and/or with Burgas Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by prof. Alexander Zemtsov.

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COURSE TUTORS

Prof. Lutsia Ibragimova
Prof. Lutsia IbragimovaViolin Professor
Lutsia Ibragimova began her studies in Moscow Conservatoire in 1972 and completed a postgraduate course with the distinguished professor Igor Bezrodny.

From 1977-1991 she played with various Russian Chamber Orchestras and groups as a sectional leader and soloist, including Ricercar, Moscow Instrumental Capella, and Moscow Academy of Ancient Music, where she collaborated with musicians such as Sviatoslav Richter, Leonid Kogan, Gidon Kremer, Oleg Kagan, Natalia Gutman, Alexei Liubimov, Tatiana Grindenko and many others. In 1991 Lutsia started her teaching career both privately and as a guest teacher of The Gnessin Music Specialist School.

In 1996 Lutsia moved to England, where she now teaches at the Yehudi Menuhin School and the Royal College of Music

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