Uroš Lajovic International Masterclass in Orchestral Conducting with Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra.

Dubrovnik, Croatia, February 29th - March 6th, 2016

Uroš Lajovic International Masterclass in Orchestral Conducting with Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra

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PROGRAM:

L. van Beethoven: Symphony no.8
I. Stravinski: Pulcinella
F. Parać: Music for Strings


APPLICATION DEADLINE
FEBRUARY 1st
Active Fee 1.000 Euros
Passive Fee 300 Euros


MASTERCLASS SCHEDULE

Monday, 29th
      17:00 - 21:00 Pianos/Discussion

Tuesday, 1st
        10:00 - 13:00 Pianos/Discussion
        17:00 - 21:00 Pianos/Discussion

Wednesday, 2nd
        10:00 - 13:00 Orchestra
        17:30 - 21:00 Orchestra

Thursday, 3rd
        10:00 - 13:00 Orchestra
        17:30 - 21:00 Orchestra

Friday, 4th
        10:00 - 13:00 Orchestra
        17:30 - 21:00 Orchestra

Saturday, 5th
        10:00 - 13:00 Orchestra
        17:00 - 20:00 Discussion

Sunday, 6th
        10:00 - 13:00 General rehearsal
        19:30 Concert

Uroš Lajovic, born July 4. 1944. After studying composition and conducting in his home town of Ljubljana he recived his masters with honors at Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna, Austria under the menthorship of Hans Swarowsky. In the years 1969/70 he continued his studies at the Mozarteum Salzburg with Bruno Maderna.
As a guest conductor, Lajovic performed with such orchestras as Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Berlin Radio Orchestra, RIAS Sinfonietta, Radio Leipzig Orchestra, Suddeutscher Rundfunk Orchestra, Bach Kollegium Munich, Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, Moscow State Orchestra, Prague Philharmonics, RTV Katowize Orchestra, Bern Symphony Orchestra, Goettingen Orchestra, Belgian National Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic Orkestra and several others.
He was given an international recognition for his brilliant work several times, including Prešeren Prize for Composition (1967), Prešeren Prize for Conducting (1969), Vienna Academy Award (1971), 2nd Prize Premio Guido Cantelli at La Scala, Milan (1979), Prešeren Prize for conducting Mahler' Symphony No.1 (1981), Serbian Medal White Angel (2006) and the latest, Ljubljana Award for Culture (2008).

In 2015, Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra celebrates 90th anniversary. As an important part of the rich and varied cultural heritage of the city of Dubrovnik and the Republic of Croatia, it continues to perform in the unique ambients of its town such as the most famous Rector's Palace Atrium, city churches and squares. Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra continues performing with the greatest local and international artists interpreting the works of masters of baroque, classical and romantic period, not only in Dubrovnik, but on its tours around the world too.