【Andante行板爱乐】弦乐 | 皇家威尔士音乐与戏剧学院

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BMus (Hons) Music


Master of Music


Postgraduate Diploma Advanced Professional Practice


Simon Jones



作为一位表演者,他在英国和国外都有一个繁忙的演出和独奏巡演,以及电影和电视的商业合作。Simon也是世界最好之一的室内乐团Arcangelo的其中一位领导人,最近刚刚发行了Guadagni 的Arias咏叹调专辑,并获得了2012年留声机大奖。


Itzhak Rashkovsky

Itzhak Rashkovsky是国际知名小提琴演奏家、教育家。

毕业于Samuel Rubin Israeli Academy of Music,并获得硕士学位,师从Yair Kless。



他是以色列Keshet Eilon小提琴大师班的创始人和音乐总监,这是一个国际的暑期项目,专门针对才华出众的年轻小提琴家,同样也适用于与其他优秀且有经验的大师班创始人和音乐总监。




BMus (Hons) Music:

You should prepare TWO pieces that contrast in style and tempo. You are advised to select pieces which allow you to demonstrate the full extent of your ability. It is advised that you do not prepare pieces from pre-Grade 8 syllabuses and that you only select current Grade 8 pieces if they allow you to demonstrate your full technical ability and musical sense. You will be given a short quick-study to prepare during your warm-up time.



Postgraduate Programmes in Music Performance:

You should prepare a 30-minute recital programme of contrasting works designed to display the technical and musical aspects of your performing style. You will be invited to choose one of the works to begin your audition with, and we will choose up to two additional works that we would like to hear. Pieces may not be heard in their entirety. You will also be given a piece of sight-reading to prepare during your warm-up.


Postgraduate Programmes in Orchestral Performance:

IApplicants should prepare the following:

The 1st movement of a Mozart concerto (without cadenza) of their choice, a contrasting work of their own choice AND the following excerpts:

Handel: Jeptha – Overture (Menuet)
Beethoven: Symphony No 1 – 2nd Movement (Andante, bars 1-63), 3rd Movement (Menuetto, bars 1-79)
Rossini: William Tell – Overture (bars 243-344)
Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique – 1st Movement (bars 1-25 and 50-119)
Brahms: Symphony No 4 – 1st Movement (bars 19-94)
Mahler: Symphony No 4 – 3rd Movement (Fig 2-3 and 9-11)
Berg: Wozzeck – Act 2: bars 4-5 (opening, Poco Allegro), bars 171-177 (Maßage Viertel)

Candidates should study these excerpts to show that they understand the context and style, and observe all the marks (dynamics and tempo) written by the composer. Please note that you may be asked to perform them in different ways by the panel to demonstrate a flexible approach to musical understanding.

The 1st movement (with a cadenza of the student’s choice) of ONE of the following:

- Stamitz Concerto in Bb major
- Stamitz Concerto in D major
- Hoffmeister Concerto in D major

Plus a contrasting work of their own choice AND the following excerpts:

Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3 – 3rd Movement (Viola 1)
Mozart Symphony No 35 – 4th Movement (bars 134 – 181)
Mahler Symphony No 9 – 1st Movement (Fig 9 – 11)
Strauss Don Quixote – Introduction and Fig 6 – 9
Elgar Enigma Variations – Ysobel and Dorabella solos

The 1st movement (with a cadenza of the student’s choice) of ONE of the following:

Haydn: Concerto in C major
Haydn: Concerto in D major

Plus a contrasting work of their own choice AND the following excerpts:

Bach: Cantata Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten, BWV 202, 3rd Movement (Aria: Phoebus eilt)
Mozart: Symphony No 39 – Finale (bars 116-137)
Mahler: Symphony No 5 – 2nd Movement, Fig 5 (Bedeutend Langsamer) to Fig 9 (Tempo I subito)
Smetana: Bartered Bride – Overture (bars 1-105)
Strauss: Ein Heldenleben (Opening – Fig 5, Fig 9-7 bars after Fig 13)

Double Bass
The 1st and 2nd movements of ONE of the following:

- A concerto either by Dittersdorf or Dragonetti (with a cadenza of the student’s own choice)
- Jacob: A Little Concerto
- Hindemith: Sonata
- A work of comparable difficulty

Plus a contrasting work of your own choice AND the following excerpts:

Beethoven: Symphony No 5 – 3rd Movement (bars 1-100, 140-218)
Schubert: Trout Variations – Variations 3 & 4
Mahler: Symphony No 2 – 1st Movement (opening – Fig 2)
Shostakovich: Symphony No 5 – 1st Movement (Fig 22-4 bars after Fig 26)
Verdi: Othello – Act IV (Solo)

Applicants are expected to provide their own copies of these extracts


 PGDip Advanced Professional Practice:

Instrumentalists should prepare a 30 minute recital programme. The panel will select pieces they wish to hear from your programme during audition. Please note that pieces may not be heard in their entirety. We will provide an accompanist, if required. There is no additional cost for this. You will have access to an individual practice room in which to warm up for 20 minutes before your audition starts.