About Music at Tateuchi
Music at Tateuchi
Under members of the San Francisco Symphony and distinguished guest artists, students will participate in daily master classes, recitals, chamber music and small group coaching. Music at Tateuchi provides ample opportunities to perform in public, honing professionalism as well as self-confidence. This workshop provides an ideal environment for fostering young musical talent.
- Florin Parvulescu, Violin
- Yun chu, Violin
- Matthew Young, Viola
- Shu-Yi Pai, Cello
- Nicolas Dold, Collaborative Pianist
How to Register
Students must have prior approval before registering. Interested students should complete the application form here. Registration deadline is May 1, 2017.
Music at Tateuchi FAQ
What instruments are included in the workshop?
Violin, viola and cello students will make up the bulk of the participants. There will be a select number of spots for pianists.
What can my student expect from participating in the workshop?
Students can expect to fill their days with rigorous practice, master classes, lessons with master teachers, performances and chamber music. The workshop is designed to give students a conservatory feel to their studies and encourage students to challenge themselves to perform at a higher level.
Do I need to perform an audition?
An in-person audition is not required, but students must have prior approval before registering. Please complete the application here. The application includes submission of a video of no longer than 8 minutes. The video should include two contrasting pieces that show the student’s musical and technical abilities. You may upload the video in the application form.
What performance opportunities will be available?
Daily recitals will give students the opportunity to perform solo pieces, and when appropriate, chamber music.
For more information on Music at Tateuchi, please contact:
Music School Director
650-917-6800, ext 304