Renowned pianist, educator and professor Vanessa Latarche appreciated the level of musical education of Kazakh children. She was struck by talent and a genuine interest in children’s high culture. Honored teacher of England during a master class struggles were laid. She explain why music should “breathe”. Vanessa Latarche is head of the Department of keyboards at the Royal College of Music in London in 2005.
She travels around the world with master classes in such academic institutions as the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, the Academy of Performing Arts in Hong Kong, Tokyo College of Music, Beijing Central Conservatory of Music, and Seoul National University. She also often visit the world of music school named by Lang Lang in Shenzhen (China), where she is the vice-chairman.
For more than 30 years, she performs at the BBC radio, BBC World Service and BBC Radio 4. Many times, shot in documentary films, and also acts as a jury member at numerous international piano competitions in Russia, Estonia, Hong Kong, China, the United States, Great Britain, Serbia, Italy and New Zealand.
Arie Vardi – renowned Israeli pianist, conductor and teacher, also noted that the participants in the competition were prepared carefully and diligently, they play relaxed and original in the competition. According to Arie Vardi, he was struck by an obsession and a passion to music. The older generation have nothing to fear when there are followers so rare and unpopular art form.
Arie Vardi teaches at the School of Music in Tel Aviv and Hanover, he is always closely “cooperating” with the children and try to understand them, because his music career started in 15 years. Among his early achievements listed competition I prize at the Chopin Competition in Israel and the George Enescu International Competition in Bucharest.
For viewers, he became famous for his series of “Workshops” series with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, and currently popular his new mini-movies “Intermezzo with Arik”.
Among his students, many of today’s leading concert artists such as Yefim Bronfman. More than 40 of his students were first prize winners at major international competitions. Arie Vardi conducted master classes and lectures at the Juilliard School, the Paris Conservatory, the Moscow Conservatory, the Royal Academy of London, the Central Conservatory in Beijing and in many musical centers.
Similar workshops of famous pianists and honored not just makeup with new knowledge and skills, they become a kind of inspiration and impetus for self-development. The young talents take their lead and clearly see the achievements of teachers, it becomes a real incentive on the road to excellence and creativity