A Festival to Remember … Perform on a Stage!”The Music, the Thrill, the Fun
If you have learned hard, then it’s time to play hard on one of our stages. This experience is such an important catalyst for your respective career. The public concerts which will be held at various locations in the town of Zell am See, have every size you might need. Playing solo pieces, a duo with our excellent pianist Ms. Ushioda or even with an orchestra? We have it ready for you this summer.
Locations for our public concerts are the Pfarrsaal Zell am See and
Ferry Porsche Congress Center. Pfarrsaal has hosted the Jeunesse Concert and Zell Summer Night Concert with its 170 seats and is an ideal location for solo or duo repertoire to perform in. Ferry Porsche Congress Center has compatible seats between 500-1.000. This will be a large scale for you to get a stage fever!
Meet our pianist, Ms. Noriko Ushioda
Ms. Ushioda performs as a soloist, chamber musician, and accompanist in Europe and Japan. Ms. Ushioda frequently appears in the “Allegro Vivo” festival, the Vienna Music Seminar and International Fritz Kreisler Violin Competition in Vienna.
Ms. Ushioda teaches at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna for many years.
The final Concerto Masterclass is the highlight of the festival. Selected participants who have success in the video audition and refined their playing with our professors and Maestro Vengerov throughout intensive master classes are finally ready to perform on this dream stage.
The MAV Symphony Orchestra Budapest will give us the honor for this year and play at the Concerto Masterclass together with our soloists under the baton of Maestro Vengerov. Not only for the actual concert, you better stay tuned not to miss any of the rehearsing processes with such professional orchestra and Maestro which will be incredibly practical tips for you!
The Concerto Masterclass will be conducted in the style of a “Lecture Concert”, where Maestro Vengerov will give a stage talk and further impart his vast knowledge about the different performances rendered. This concert is more than what you could ever imagine.