Jiří Sycha
BAROQUE ORCHESTRA
BAROQUE VIOLIN
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Jiří Sycha studied violin playing, composing and conducting at the Church Conservatoire in Kroměříž. In 2003 he won the Yama Bursary Competition. Later he graduated with excellent results from the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Trossingen (Germany), where he studied baroque violin playing with Anton Steck. He plays Baroque violin and viola. As a solo and chamber musician or leader, he co-worked regularly with the ensembles Instrumenta musica, Musica Florea, Collegium 1704, Musica figuralis, or Hipocondria ensemble (…)

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About The Class

Baroque orchestra

The class will participate in the concluding performance, Purcell’s King Arthur.

You can download all materials for the concluding project King Arthur right HERE.

Baroque violin

The Baroque violin class is open for violin and viola players, who wish to apply the historically informed performance rules to their playing. The course aims at the Conservatoire and Music Academy students, as well as the teachers and students of the Basic Art Schools. Each course member should ideally prepare two compositions of different character and from different periods.

Suggested Repertoire

Baroque orchestra

The class will participate in the concluding performance, Purcell’s King Arthur.

Baroque violin

Anything from 17th or 18th century

Level Of Skills Required

at least intermedite - orchestra / all levels – baroque violin

Maximum number of students

unlimited - orchestra / 10 - baroque violin

Teaching Languages

Czech, English, German

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