Students in active mode will receive a minimum number of individual classes, established according to the instrumental speciality, as well as group classes.
In addition, they will have the opportunity to take part in the concerts programmed as part of the “Classics at 9 o’clock” series, which will take place between 30 June and 5 July in the Concert Hall of the Benidorm Cultural Centre in Calle Jaén in Benidorm.
Likewise, both the students in the active mode and those in the listening mode will have the right to enjoy free of charge all the parallel activities organised by the Course, such as exhibitions and workshops specific to the instrumental specialities offered.
Cellist trained at the Chopin Academy and the Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía, and recipient of multiple national and international awards. With an extensive international career, he is also recognized for his pedagogical dedication at the Toledo Conservatory and the Queen Sofia School, among others.
International award-winning pianist and outstanding Spanish pedagogue trained under the tutelage of Joaquín Soriano and Alicia de Larrocha, among others. He currently teaches at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Badajoz and at the Universidad Alfonso X in Madrid, as well as being a frequent juror in music competitions.
Renowned violinist and pedagogue of Russian origin, he has been awarded in chamber music and is the founder of the Fatkulin Academy. He is currently a professor at the Katarina Gurska Higher Center for Musical Studies.
Renowned musician and pedagogue, currently professor at the ESMUC in Barcelona. He has taught at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón and at the Luca School of Music in Leuven. He is also a Selmer artist.
Jose Luis García
Graduate of the Royal Academy of Music and former member of the Karajan Akademie of the Berliner Philharmoniker. He is a professor at the Barenboim-Said Academy and first oboe of the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra since 2020.
Marimba teacher at the Centro Superior de Musica de Galicia, the Escuela Superior de Música de Alto Rendimiento (ESMAR) in Valencia and the Centro Superior Progreso in Madrid.