How to Register:
In order to register to one or more seminars you have to fill in the on-line registration form on our website:
(Seminars > e.g. Structure & Phrasing of Makams > Register > Checkout (=Registration form) > Process Registration).
You will receive an automatic e-mail which confirms your registration.
Seminars of all types include ten 3-hour courses and the timetable is defined in consultation with the teacher in the first lesson!
|Morning||10:00 - 13:00||10:00 - 13:00||10:00 - 13:00||10:00 - 13:00||10:00 - 13:00|
|Evening||17:30 - 20:30||17:30 - 20:30||17:30 - 20:30||17:30 - 20:30||*||17:30 - 20:30|
*Every Friday evening we organize a concert ["Music Friday"] at 21:30, in “Labyrinth” musical workshop’s garden.
Type of Seminar:
The seminars of the “Labyrinth” musical workshop are categorized as follows:
- Master Classes/ Open Seminars
- Music Groups/ Instrument Centered/ Vocal
- Master Classes (MC):
The Master Classes target students from a high-medium to an advanced level and the number of participants is limited to a maximum of 12.
These classes are taught by teachers of a very highest calibre and, in this way, we hope to make the best possible use of them.
The main emphasis in the Master Classes is on primarily musical matters such as interpretation, improvisation, advanced theory etc. and there is only a limited focus on technical matters in the context of special technical aspects relevant to the playing of the teacher in question.
General technique as such isn’t the subject of Master Class as it is assumed that the student is already accomplished in this field.
In other words, Master Classes afford the opportunity to exceptional and unique musicians/ teachers to impart the maximum amount of knowledge to students who are at least reasonably capable of absorbing it in the very short time of one week ascribed to each seminar.
- Open Seminars:
They are focusing on general aspects of specific instruments or of specific vocal traditions.
These seminars target students whose level is that of a low-medium category and there is much more emphasis on aspects of general technique as well as on basic theoretical groundwork.
The maximum number of participants for the open seminars is 20.
We have on several occasions noticed that often students of a not so advanced level find themselves in the company of other advanced students and that the inevitable gaps in their knowledge prevent them from being able to effectively follow what is being taught. If a beginner wants to participate in an open seminar, he has to know that the teacher will not focus on him.
- Instrument Centered:
Τhe seminars in which the subject of study is a particular musical instrument or a family of musical instruments. The students can participate in the class if they have the particular musical instrument. The level depends on the seminar.
- Music Groups:
These are seminars in which the subject of study is defined by the teacher and described in the title of the seminar. In these seminars, the student can participate with any musical instrument or with the voice.
These are the seminars in which the students participate with their voices. The subject of study is defined by the professor and is described in the seminar title.