The International Summer Music Academy in Kroměříž
15th – 22nd august 2020
What do I get as a ISMA student?
- 6 days with a lecturer / min. 4 solo lessons / selected students work on chamber music, have the opportunity to play in an orchestra next to professional musicians under the leadership of the conductor Tomáš Netopil (Final Concert of LHAK) or to perform solo at a concert at the festival Hudební Kroměříž.
- possibility to attend the accompanying concert programme of LHAK as a spectator, experience joint meetings with tutors and guests of LHAK
- each student receives a certificate of completion
Applicants may submit APPLICATIONS, including particulars and recordings, by 20 May 2020.
The ISMA is open to conservatoire and university students as well as young musicians. The following can participate:
- musicians and singers into individual solo courses
- chamber string ensembles
- those interested in the orchestral academy
- students and managers in music management with their projects
In 2020, it will offer ten courses and, in cooperation with the Academy of Classical Music, also an orchestral academy under the leadership of Tomáš Netopil.
The International Summer Music Academy in Kroměříž was established by conductor Tomáš Netopil. He has invited for collaboration prominent performers of classical music, who will, in their roles as tutors, pass on their experience to promising young musicians.
ISMA has ten music academies in 2020
- RADEK BABORÁK / BOHDAN ŠEBESTÍK – french horn
- DALIBOR KARVAY / JIŘÍ VODIČKA – violin
- KATEŘINA KNĚŽÍKOVÁ – singing
- MICHAELA FUKAČOVÁ – violoncello
- BARBARA MARIA WILLI – harpsichord
- PAVEL NIKL – viol / chamber string music
- DAVID MAREČEK –music projects
- ZDENĚK KLAUDA – korepetice
- LUKÁŠ MOŤKA – trombone
french horn – violin – viol – violoncello – singing – harpsichord – trombone – korepetice – chamber music – music projects
The Town of Kroměříž – The Seat of Archbishops
The Academy enjoys the use of the grounds of two artistic institutions – The Conservatoire of P. J. Vejvanovský in Kroměříž and the State School of Performing Arts in Kroměříž, both located in the historic heart of the town. The Baroque spaces combined with art create an unmistakeable “Genius loci”. This Moravian town, also nicknamed “Athens of Haná”, charms its visitors with its beautiful buildings and unique historic sights. The Archbishop’s Chateau and beautiful gardens of Květná and Podzámecká are designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The town is one of the most popular places to visit in the Czech Republic.