2020 Press Review Download

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6th - 12nd June 2022
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Courses

6th - 12th June 2022

The masterclasses will begin on June 6th and will end on June 12th, 2022.
June 11th and 12th will be entirely dedicated to the concerts of the Academy’s students.

STRINGS ACADEMY

All students will be entitled to private classes of 60 minutes with their own professor, two of them being accompanied by a collaborative pianist.

Number of students in each class:
Mi-kyung Lee, violin: 3 students.
Vlad Stanculeasa, violin: 3 students.
Misha Amory, viola: 3 students.
Antonio Lysy, cello: 3 students.

FINAL CONCERTS OF VIOLIN, VIOLA AND CELLO CLASSES

Saturday 11th June, 11.00.
Sunday 12th June, 11.00.

MEET THE ARTIST!

Tuesday 7th June special masterclass with STELLA CHEN.

Friday 10th June special masterclass with ALBAN GERHARDT.

CHAMBER MUSIC

The professors and students will be divided into four chamber music groups prior to the beginning of the masterclass.
Each chamber music group will have five preparation sessions. The length of each session will be decided by the professor, who will tutor and be a part of the group for the final concerts.

FINAL CONCERTS OF CHAMBER MUSIC

Saturday 11th June, 7 pm and 9 pm.

 

Apply

Inscriptions for 2022 edition are open until the 1st of April.


The Academy offers tuition-free masterclasses to a maximum of 12 students.

Number of students in each class:
Mi-kyung Lee, violin: 3 students.
Vlad Stanculeasa, violin: 3 students.
Misha Amory, viola: 3 students.
Antonio Lysy, cello: 3 students.

Each student must be responsible for his/her own travel expenses. No fees are given for the concerts. The selected students will have to pay € 200.00 to cover for their expenses for board (lunch and dinner) and lodging for the entire length of the courses.

HOW TO BE SELECTED

Interested musicians must send the following materials to apply@accademiaisolaclassica.com:

1) 3 videos of 3 pieces of contrasting styles and from different periods. The videos must be recorded within the last year, and must be unedited.
2) Curriculum Vitae/Résumé;
3) Copy of ID.

The subject of the email must have the applicant’s surname and instrument.

AUDITORS

Auditors will have free access to all the masterclasses and concerts during the entire length of the courses on the island. There is a special price for boarding (lunches and dinners), but travel, lodging and boarding will be at their own expenses.
The Academy will provide a list of partner hotels and will be available for useful information and assistance for traveling and lodging.

In order to have access to the masterclasses, the applicants must send their personal information and a copy of their ID to apply@accademiaisolaclassica.com.
The subject of the email must have the applicant’s surname and the word “Auditor”.

 

Concerts and events

Wednesday

8th

June 2022

9 pm

STELLA FAY CHEN, violin

JOSÉ GALLARDO, piano

 

Cortona

Teatro Signorelli

 

Reservation required at: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com.

Thursday

9th

June 2022

9 pm

SOUVENIR DE FLORENCE

Strings Sextet

 

Cortona

Corte dei Papi

 

Reservation required at: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com.

Friday

10th

June 2022

7 pm

STRINGS QUARTET

MI-KYUNG LEE, violin

STRINGS QUARTET

ANTONIO LYSY, cello

Cortona

Sant'Agostino

 

Reservation required at: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com.

Friday

10th

June 2022

21 pm

STRINGS QUARTET

VLAD STANCULEASA, violin

STRINGS QUARTET

MISHA AMORY, cello

Cortona

Sant'Agostino

 

Reservation required at: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com.

Saturday

11th

June 2022

11 am

MATINÉE WITH PROMISES

YOUNG ARTISTS RECITAL

Cortona

Sant'Agostino

 

Reservation required at: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com.

Saturday

11th

June 2022

9 pm

ALBAN GERHARDT, cello

JOSÉ GALLARDO, piano

Cortona

Teatro Signorelli

 

Reservation required at: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com.

Sunday

12th

June 2022

11 am

MATINÉE WITH PROMISES

YOUNG ARTISTS RECITAL

Cortona

Sant'Agostino

 

Reservation required at: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com.

Sunday

12th

June 2022

6 pm

BELCEA QUARTET

Cortona

Teatro Signorelli

 

Reservation required at: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com.

 

BOOKLET ACCADEMIA ISOLA CLASSICA & FESTIVAL 2021 DOWNLOAD

Teachers

Mi-kyung Lee - Violin

Mi-kyung Lee

The violinist Mi-kyung Lee came to Europe in 1975 and studied in Gstaad, Switzerland with Alberto Lysy, in Colone with Igor Ozim, at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with Sandor Vegh and privately with Ana Chumachenko.
Her major awards included the first prize at the whole German music university (Hochschule) Competition in 1982, the silver medal at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussel (1985) and she won at the ARD Competition in Munich (1988).

As a soloist she has performed among others, Symphony orchestra of the bavarian Radio Symphony, Radio Symphony Orchestra Berlin, Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, Wuerttemberg Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Academica Salzburg, Radio Orchestra and Philharmonic Orchestra in Helsinki, English Chamber Orchestra, BBC Scotland, KBS, Korean Chamber Orchestra. As a soloist and chamber musician she has played at the Berlin, Casals, Salzburg, Napoli, Aldeburgh, Kuhmo, Helsinki and Menuhin Festival.
From 1994 to 2003 Mi-kyung Lee was the artistic director of the Lemi-Lappeenranta Music Festival in Finland. She gave master classes in many european countries, including England, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, France, Finland, Sweden as well as in Korea.
Mi-kyung has been teaching as a guest professor in Udk, Berlin and had a Professorship in Sibelius Academy Helsinki.
She was appointed professor of violin at the Hochschule Fuer Musik und Theater in Munich in 2005.


Vlad Stanculeasa - Violin

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Young Swedish/Romanian violinist Vlad Stanculeasa leads a rich musical life as soloist, concertmaster, and chamber musician throughout Europe, Asia and South America. He’s performed chamber music with some of the most celebrated musicians of today including Maxim Vengerov, Janine Jansen, Viktoria Mullova, Jeremy Menuhin, and Ana Chumachenco. He received top prizes in the George Enescu International Violin Competition, Renata Molinari Competition, Valsesia Musica International Competition, as well as the 2007 Enescu Prize for the best performance of Enescu’s Impressions d’enfance.
As a soloist, he’s performed with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Basel Chamber Orchestra, Korean Chamber Orchestra, Kammersymphonie Leipzig, George Enescu Philharmonic. He’s collaborated as soloist with many conductors including Kent Nagano, Han Na Chang, Lahav Shani, Konrad von Abel, Joana Carneiro, Min Kim, and Mischa Katz.
Stanculeasa has been Concertmaster of the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra since 2010 until 2019. He previously served as Concertmaster of the Spanish National Orchestra in Madrid and as Concertmaster of the Basel Chamber Orchestra where he often led the ensemble without a conductor. He is currently Concertmaster of the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra and is occupying the same position in the Gstaad Festival Orchestra, orchestra in residence of the Menuhin Festival.
As a guest concertmaster he has worked with orchestras such as: Bamberger Symphoniker, l'Accademia di Santa Cecilia a Roma, Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kammersymphonie Leipzig, WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln, Bern Symphony Orchestra, Swedish Chamber Orchestra alongside conductors like Jaap van Sveden, Gustavo Dudamel, Neeme Järvi, Kent Nagano, Manfred Honneck, Christoph Eschenbach.
He studied with Alberto Lysy and Liviu Prunaru at the International Menuhin Music Academy in Gstaad, Switzerland and in the Lausanne Conservatory under the tutelage of Pierre Amoyal.
He released his debut album in 2013 on the RCA Red Seal/Sony label with a program dedicated to Romanian concert music performed with pianist Thomas Hoppe. The Strad Magazine review stated that “Stanculeasa is never in doubt in this very demanding program – his picture-painting in the Impressions d’enfance, in particular, is both subtle and brilliant. A warm tonal quality, born out of a wide vibrato, perfectly captures… gypsy element[s]…”.
2017 brought the release of “Pyramids” recording where together with pianist James Maddox he performs music by Nielsen, Messiaen and Enescu.
As an educator, Stanculeasa is currently a teacher at the Superior Conservatory of Music in Barcelona (ESMUC), has served as guest professor at Gothenburg University of Music and Drama and led multiple master classes throughout Serbia, Spain, Venezuela, and Sweden. He is the founder and artistic director of Accademia Isola Classica & Festival in Italy, a prestigious tuition free international masterclass for advanced students.
A chance encounter with Sergiu Celibidache’s assistant, Konrad von Abel, led to the establishment of an intense investigation of the phenomenology of music. Maestro von Abel’s guidance remains a constant source of inspiration and knowledge. Stanculeasa plays a Sanctus Seraphino from 1739 which once belonged to George Enescu and his great pupil Yehudi Menuhin lent to him by the Tharice Foundation in Switzerland.

vladstanculeasa.com


Misha Amory - Viola

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Winner of the 1991 Naumburg Viola Award, Misha Amory has performed with orchestras in the United States and Europe, and has given recitals in New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Houston, and Washington, D.C. He has performed at the Marlboro Music Festival and the Vancouver and Seattle chamber music festivals, as well as with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and Boston Chamber Music Society. He released a recording of the Hindemith sonatas on the Musical Heritage Society label in 1993. Mr. Amory is a founding member of the Brentano String Quartet, which won the inaugural Cleveland Quartet Award and the 1995 Naumburg Chamber Music Award.

He holds degrees from Yale University and the Juilliard School, and his principal teachers were Heidi Castelman, Caroline Levine, and Samuel Rhodes.

Mr. Amory joined the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music in 2006. He also teaches at the Juilliard School.


Antonio Lysy - Cello

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Antonio Lysy, an artist of international stature and dedicated pedagogue, has performed as a soloist in major concert halls worldwide. He has appeared with such orchestras as the Royal Philharmonic and Philharmonia Orchestras of London, Camerata Academica of Salzburg, Zurich Tonhalle, the Zagreb Soloists, Orchestra di Padova e il Veneto, Israel Sinfonietta, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and Les Violions du Roi. He has collaborated with distinguished conductors including Yuri Temirkanov, Charles Dutoit, Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Sandor Vegh, and Kees Bakels, and continues to perform regularly both as a solo, and chamber music artist. Lysy enjoys exploring the versatility of the cello’s voice, from Baroque to electric, and is committed to projects which enrich his diverse interests in music.
Lysy has recorded extensively for CBC Radio, BBC Radio, Classic FM, and other European radio networks. His live recording of solo cello repertoire by Bach, Berio, Henze, and Walton, released on the Pelléas label, is “…some of the most beautiful Bach ever heard” (– La Presse, Montréal). In addition, he has recorded for the Claves, Dinemec Classics, and Fonè and Yarlung labels. In January 2012, he recorded and premiered the reworked Eric Zeisl cello concerto with the UCLA Philharmonia, directed by Neal Stulberg.
In the summer of 2003 Lysy accepted the position of Professor of Cello at University of California, Los Angeles. Prior to moving to the United States, he held a professorship at McGill University in Montréal. He was also, for a number of years, visiting professor at the International Menuhin Music Academy in Switzerland.
He now resides with his family in Los Angeles.

antoniolysy.com


Lorena Tecu - collaborative pianist

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Pianist Lorena Tecu was born in Craiova, Romania. She graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Bucharest, Romania, where she received her Bachelor and Master Degree in Piano Performance. Lorena completed her Artist Diploma in Collaborative Piano at Boston University, where she studied with Shiela Kibbe. She is a prize winner of the International Piano Competition Città di Catanzaro and the International Piano Competition Città di Marsala in Italy. She was awarded the Special Prize for Best Romanian Collaborative Pianist. Mrs. Tecu has been an assistant professor at the Music Academy in Bucharest, Romania. While holding this position, she was the pianist of many acclaimed artists. Lorena was selected by Lord Yehudi Menuhin to be the pianist for the famous International Menuhin Music Academy in Switzerland, where she performed concerts and toured with the Camerata Lysy Orchestra. She has been invited to perform at major festivals including: Mozarteum Festival in Salzburg-Austria, Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, Switzerland, Festival Lysy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dinu Lipatti Festival in Brasov, Romania, Music Festival in Estoril, Portugal, Tanglewood Institute in Lenox, M.A., Musicians for Europe in Sibiu, Romania and International Heifetz Music Institute in Wolfeboro, NH. Lorena performed a private concert with Camerata Lysy at the Castel Gandolfo, Italy for the Pope John Paul II.
Her CD with violinist Alberto Lysy, “Romantic pieces for violin and piano” was released under Dinemec Geneva, Switzerland. Since September 2009, she has been the official pianist at the International “George Enescu” Violin Competition in Bucharest, Romania. During the summers of 2011-2017 she has been invited to perform in Maxim Vengerov’s master classes during the “Rencontres Musicales” in Coppet, Switzerland. Since 2013, she is the pianist of the String Academy at the Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, Switzerland. At present, Lorena is a staff pianist at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and the Boston University College of Fine Arts.


José Gallardo - collaborative pianist

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Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, José Gallardo began taking piano lessons at the age of five. After studying at the Conservatory in Buenos Aires, he continued his studies with Prof. Poldi Mildner at the Music Department of the University of Mainz and received his diploma in 1997. During this time he discovered his passion for chamber music. He owes musical inspiration to artists such as Menahem Pressler, Alfonso Montecino, Karl-Heinz Kämmerling, Eberhard Feltz, Sergiu Celibidache, Rosalyn Tureck and Bernard Greenhouse.
José Gallardo has won numerous national and international prizes and plays concerts worldwide at venues such as the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Philharmonie in Berlin, Wigmore Hall London or the Teatro della Pergola Florence. He has been invited to play at renowned festivals as Lockenhaus Chamber Music Festival, Verbier Festival, Lucerne Festival, Ludwigsburg Schlossfestspiele, Schwetzinger Festspiele, Music Days Hitzacker, Kaposfest Ungarn, Cello Festival Kronberg and Chopin Festival in Warsaw.

He is a sought-after pianist for studio productions. More than 20 CDs have been released by Warner, Deutsche Grammophone, Challenge Records Int., Genuin, NEON, Oehms Classics and Naxos as well as television and radio productions by BR, SWR, MDR, BBC, RAI and others.
From 1998 to 2008 he was a lecturer at the Department of Music at the University of Mainz, since autumn 2008 he has been teaching at the Leopold Mozart Center of the University of Augsburg. Since 2013 he is, together with Andreas Ottensamer, artistic director of the chamber music festival Bürgenstock Festivals in Lucerne.

Mission

The mission of Accademia Isola Classica is to support the new generation of musicians in an international context offering free advanced music specialization courses of excellence, to promote the values of contemporary art while offering to the public free access to concerts with world-renowned artists.

Bringing together specialists and professors from prestigious academies in Europe and the rest of the world, Accademia Isola Classica is creating an interdisciplinary network to provide tuition-free musical courses for violin, viola, cello and chamber music.
The masterclass offers to the students the unique opportunity to perform as soloists and in chamber music groups next to their maestros, which is a highly educational and gratifying experience.
The project stems from the desire of the Academy’s professors to give continuity and accessibility to the inestimable artistic and pedagogical heritage left by one of the most influential music personalities of the last century: Alberto Lysy.

 

Alberto Lysy

Alberto Lysy Alberto Lysy is considered one of the premier interpreters and educators of recent times. He resided for many years in Europe and often returned to his native Argentina to perform and teach young talented musicians. Born in Buenos Aires, the five year-old Alberto began his violin studies with his father, and continued soon after with the celebrated teacher Ljerko Spiller. At seventeen years of age, after having won important national prizes, he headed for Europe. In 1955 he was a prize winner at the International Queen Elisabeth Competition in Brussels - the first time an Argentinean artist received that honor. On that occasion he met Yehudi Menuhin, a member of the jury together with David Oistrakh, Zino Francescatti and other famous violinists. Menuhin later became his teacher and mentor, and generously exposed him to the world stage.

Alberto Lysy participated in important European festivals together with musicians such as Benjamín Britten, Peter Pears, Pablo Casals, Gaspar Cassadó, Yehudi Menuhin and Nadia Boulanger.
As a soloist he played under the direction of Pierre Boulez, Colin Davis, Sir Adrian Boult and Igor Markevitch, and with orchestras such as the New York Philharmonic, National Symphony of Washington, the London Symphony and Philharmonic Orchestras, to name but a few. Whilst carrying out his performing career, Alberto Lysy initiated important pedagogical activities as Director of the International Menuhin Music Academy in Gstaad (Switzerland), and founded programs such as the Festival Delle Nazioni in Città di Castello, the International Festival Pontino in the Castello di Sermoneta, in Italy, the Recontres Musicales also in Switzerland and the Festival Lysy in Argentina. In his early years, upon returning to Argentina, he founded the Camerata Bariloche with whom he toured extensively. In 1971 Lysy left the group to create and direct the Camerata Lysy with which he achieved some of his greatest successes. His concerts and recordings with them have delighted audiences throughout the world.

His many successful students are a testament to his strong musical and personal influence and can be found in diverse countries performing and teaching to great critical acclaim.
Alberto Lysy died in Lausanne on December 30th, 2009.

 

Guest Artists

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    Adan Delgado Illada
  • Ana Chumachenco
    Ana Chumachenco
  • Igor Keller
    Igor Keller
  • Ory Wissner Levi
    Ory Wissner Levi
  • Pablo De Naveran
    Pablo De Naveran
  • Silvia Simonescu
    Silvia Simonescu
  • Juan Manuel Gomez
    Juan Manuel Gomez
  • Monica Bacelli
    Monica Bacelli
  • Charlotte Hellekant
    Charlotte Hellekant
  • Steven Isserlis
    Steven Isserlis


Student Yearbooks

2021 EDITION

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    Italy
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    Estonia
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    Cassia Drake,
    USA
  • Hans Christian Aavik
    Hans Christian Aavik,
    Estonia
  • Hiroki Kasai
    Hiroki Kasai,
    UK
  • Jason Pegis
    Jason Pegis,
    USA
  • Josè Nunes
    Josè Nunes,
    Portugal
  • Julia Schuller
    Julia Schuller,
    Switzerland
  • Mathilde Milwidsky
    Mathilde Milwidsky,
    UK
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    Nils Friedl,
    Germany
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    Germany
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    Italy
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    UK


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    Ellinor D'Melon,
    Jamaica/Spain
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    Josè Nunes,
    Portugal
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    Lara Albesano,
    Italy
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    Lavinia Scarpelli,
    Italy
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    Lea Galasso,
    Italy
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    UK
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    Germany
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    Germany
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    Switzerland
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    Sweden
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    Germany
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    Serbia
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    USA
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    USA
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    USA
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    Romania
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    Italy
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    Switzerland
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    USA
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    USA
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    Italy
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    UK
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SUPPORT

We believe the new generation of musicians need proper conditions and knowledge to be able to explore the complex architecture of the musical material which we perform every day. We are convinced that the mastery of our pedagogues, combined with the philosophy of the association and the extraordinary characteristics of the location, will be a point of reference for future generations of musicians.
The Academy is working on the premise of permitting students, selected from around the world, to have access to a unique and prestigious learning environment, for free.
Partners supporting our association in this prestigious project will have a dedicated space on this website, as well as benefitting from our social media platform and all promotional materials such as brochures, concert posters, and programmes.

Collaborating with us to this project together would be a tribute to the future of arts and youth.

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Associazione Musicale Seraphino

Associazione Musicale Seraphino (AMS) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization founded in Umbria, Italy, by its directors Vlad Stanculeasa and Natalie Dentini to establish the premises of an international, exclusive, and cost-free educational environment that can fulfill the high demands of researching and performing classical music: Accademia Isola Classica.

Its objectives include cultural and artistic programs for professional musicians and the general public, with a special emphasis on young people. The mission of the organization is to support the development of society through culture, using music as a communication vector.


Rencontres Musicales - Camerata Lysy

Rencontres Musicales - Camerata Lysy logoThe “Rencontres Musicales - Camerata Lysy” association was founded by Alberto Lysy in 2009 in the spirit of promoting excellence in string instruments practice.
Since its origins it has been rooted on the philosophy and pedagogy of Maestro Alberto Lysy’s rich musical experiences and distinguished international career both as a violinist and as a teacher. The programs on which the Association works involve a combination of performance related workshops, masterclasses, seminars, individual lessons, string ensemble coaching and concerts.

The association “Rencontres Musicales - Camerata Lysy” is based in Château-d’Oex, Switzerland, but also seeks different inspiring locations worldwide in order to extend the scope of the Association’s mission and to provide further opportunity to the young generation of string players.


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Contact

ACCADEMIA ISOLA CLASSICA

email: info@accademiaisolaclassica.com

DIRECTOR - Natalie Dentini

email: n.dentini@accademiaisolaclassica.com

tel.: +39 338 4823736

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR - Vlad Stanculeasa

email: vstanculeasa@yahoo.com

tel.: +34 656 344 041

ADMINISTRATION - Claudia Dentini

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