The aim of the Course is to give the opportunity to students of music to widen and improve their practical and theoretical skills through participating in a specific, intensive programme of work consisting of classes for individuals and for groups. The course is intended for students from the last intermediate level course, for those from any course of the higher level, post graduate students and music school students.


Violin                                                   Nathaniel Vallois ( Birmingham Conservatoire)  
  Catalin Bucataru ("MUSIKENE" San Sebastian Conservatoire)  
Viola Leo De Neve (Royal Conservatoire of Antwerp)  
Cello Nicholas Jones (Royal Northen College of Music)  
Clarinet Arno Piters (Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra)  
  Jaan Bossier (Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Ensemble Modern)  
Harp Gabriella Dall'Olio (Trinity Laban)  
Piano Charles Wiffen (Bath University)  
  Albert Nieto (Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla-La Mancha)  
  Daniel Ligorio (Conservatorio del Liceo)  
Alexander Technique Andreas Mehringer (Kreatives BildungsZentrum AMAT)  
  Ainhoa Miranda (Kreatives BildungsZentrum AMAT)  
Accompanist FCIMV
Maria Garcia  



Individual lessons in technique and musical interpretation: All students will receive from their professors a minimum of five lessons lasting 60 minutes each, during which they will develop their instrumental technique and work on two or three works of their own choice. Classes will be given in the morning and afternoon starting at 9.30 finishing around 19.30. The maximum of students for each professor shall be 10.

Chamber Music lessons: all students that choose this option in the enrolment form will be part of chamber music groups, under the direction of one of the professors of the course (a list of works is posted on our website in the NEWS box).

The students will choose those pieces they would like to work from the list posted in our website, which must be specified in the enrolment form in order of preference (we advice to bring your own parts).

When, in the professor’s judgement, the group or student has prepared its chosen work sufficiently, it will be performed at a public concert. In case the number of participants outnumbers the expectations, there will be an audition prior to the concerts, in any case the director of the course will take the final decision.

The Alexander Technique will be organize in two blocks. Each block will consist of three days where each student (maximum 14 per block) will receive three individual lessons of 45 minutes and one group lesson of 60 minutes.


The course will begin on 17 August and will end on the 25 August with the students’ concert. The day of arrival to the accommodation is 16 August, and the day of departure is the 26 August in the morning, before 12.00.

The application fee (130 euros) has to be transferred at the time of application, the tuition fee, chamber music and/or Alexander Technique  no later than 28 July.

Individual lessons

Application fee: 130€
Tuition fee active: 270€
Tuition fee listener: 100€

Chamber Music

Tuition fee active: 50€

Alexander Technique

Tuition fee active: 150€

* All those students who want to take a second instrument they can do it at the price of 125 euros only.

Account holder: Asociación de Amigos de la Música de Cámara Vitoria-Gasteiz
Concept: Student Name/Group + Instrument
Account number: IBAN ES70 0030 3400 7100 0046 5271/BIC-SWIFT ESPCESMMXXX                                   


Students applying as part of a chamber music group only pay one inscription fee regardless of the number of musicians. All students are advised to bring the scores for works they wish to work upon individually (piano parts included). Also they will be in charge of carrying their own insurance.