Experienced instrument pedagogues provide each pupil with continuous, individual support.
Internationally renowned master pedagogues will include Maxim Vengerov, Ivry Gitlis and Alexandra Soumm for the violin, Menahem Pressler and Pavel Gililov for the piano and others. These artists will arrive a few times a year for collective master classes.
Distinguished world known pedagogues that include Leonid Kerbel and Julia Dinerstein for the violin and viola, Jacques Rouvier and Hagit Hassid-Kerbel for the piano, Vladimir Perlin, Jérôme Pernoo and Alexander Khramouchin for the cello, Ronald Van Spaendonck for the clarinet, Karel Schoofs, oboe and Catherine Michel for the harp will give weekly lessons.
The work of a soloist will be at the heart of the teaching agenda, without neglecting chamber music and in the future, orchestral music. Individual work will be integrated into the daily timetable. It will be monitored, encouraged and supervised.
Synergies will be developed with other high-level musical institutions in the world, making full use of partnerships already active thanks to twenty plus years of experience acquired through the Musica Mundi international course and festival.
The school provides 5 major official concerts during the year, 2 solo concerts, 2 chamber music concerts and one final concert.
In addition, numerous private concerts and events are organized in or outised the school.