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Rocky Mountain Viola Society

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Rocky Mountain Viola Society is pleased to present...

Lecture and Master Class with Jutta Puchhammer-Sédillot
Faculty, University of Montréal

Saturday, April 7th

Imig Music Building, University of Colorado-Boulder
Professor Puchhammer-Sédillot's lecture will present her research on the test pieces composed for the Paris Conservatory between 1896 and 1938, including Enescu's well-known Concertpiece. Her research led to both a printed, collected edition and recordings of the repertoire.

The class will feature outstanding high school violists from the region performing works by J.S. Bach, Reger, Casadesus "J. C. Bach," and Schumann.

Schedule
11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon: Lecture
2:00 - 4:00 PM: Master Class

Lunch will not be provided, but there are numerous dining options in the immediate area.

Cost to attend
$10 adults/$5 students (payable at the event)

We hope that you will be able to join us! If you are a private teacher, we also hope you can share this with your students.

Special thanks to Prof. Erika Eckert and University of Colorado for underwriting support of Puchhammer-Sédillot's visit.



Check our Calendar for additional viola-related events.

 

Please feel free to contact any of the board members with questions you may have about the Rocky Mountain Viola Society. Our activities are a direct result of the generosity and hard work of the RMVS Board, RMVS members and parent volunteers. Our funding comes primarily from event fees. If you are interested in hearing about viola-related news and events in our communities, please join our mailing list.

 

Best wishes for a year filled with great viola playing!

 

The board of the Rocky Mountain Viola Society.

Mission Statement

Established in June 1995, the chapter's goals are:
  1. To further research and performance of the viola
  2. To establish a professional organization for violists in the Rocky Mountain region
  3. To serve as a positive role model to high school and college/university students of the viola.