What is Sibelius Summer Academy?
Sibelius Summer Academy is a summer study program offered by the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki in Finland, organized for the first time in Summer 2019. Sibelius Summer Academy offers young talents a chance to work and perform together with world-class teachers, artists and other students in an encouraging and inspiring international environment with state-of-the-art facilities. Sibelius Summer Academy is supported by the Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation and the Wihuri Foundation.
Woodwinds Master Class at Sibelius Summer Academy in June 2019
Internationally renowned woodwind teachers and the esteemed woodwind teachers of the Sibelius Academy, Uniarts Helsinki combine their forces teaching master classes for all woodwind instruments as a part of the Sibelius Summer Academy from 1st until 8th June 2019.
Emily Beynon, flute
Sophie Cherrier, flute
Petri Alanko, flute
Dominik Wollenweber, oboe
Veera Pesu, oboe
Calogero Palermo, clarinet
Harri Mäki, clarinet
Christoffer Sundqvist, clarinet
Claude Delangle, saxophone
Joonatan Rautiola, saxophone
Dag Jensen, bassoon
Jussi Särkkä, bassoon
During the week all students will have the opportunity to have lessons with each of the the teachers of their instrument. All master classes will be accompanied by the experienced chamber pianists from the Sibelius Academy. The program of the Woodwinds event will also include concerts featuring the master class teachers and chamber musicians from the Sibelius Academy. The woodwinds course will be open for all woodwind students, both from within and outside the Sibelius Academy.
The application process will open in January 2019. Details about applying and the participation criteria for this Sibelius Summer Academy course will be published later here.