Music Master Classes in Madison
A master class is a session with an advanced musician, during which the musician invites selected students to perform short works and then critiques students’ performances. The sessions are intended to be educational and helpful. Most master classes are free and open to the general public.
Unless otherwise indicated, all classes are held at the Mead Witter School of Music, in classrooms and concert/recital rooms.
|AREA||PRESENTER||DATE||TIME & PLACE|
|Voice||Melanie Helton, Soprano.|
With many opera, concert, world premieres and national awards to her credit, we are delighted to welcome Melanie Helton to UW-Madison to teach a master class for singers. Ms. Helton is professor of voice and director of the MSU Opera Theatre at the Michigan State University College of Music.
|Thursday Oct 5||3:30 – 5:30pm|
|Viola||Nobuku Imai||Weds, October 4||7:30 pm, Morphy Hall|
|Violin||David Kim, concertmaster, Philadelphia Orchestra||Monday, Oct. 16||7 pm, Morphy Hall|
|Strings Excerpts||David Kim, concertmaster, Philadelphia Orchestra||Tuesday, Oct. 17||11 AM, Room 1341|
|BRASS||BRASS FEST IV|
Members of the Beaumont Brass & Wisconsin Brass Quintets
Learn more: http://www.music.wisc.edu/event/brass-fest-iv/2017-09-30/
|Saturday, Sept. 30
Free Drop-in Master Classes: 2PM-3:30 PM.
|Horn: Room 1321.|
Trumpet: Room 1351.
Tuba: Morphy Hall.
Trombone: Mills Hall.