5 tips to prepare your final exams

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We are starting a new academic year now and I am sure that many music students are starting to prepare their final bachelor or master recitals. I have passed through many exams of this type so yes, I know what I am talking about and how it feels! I even prefer competitions. Final exams are very stressfull, all the teachers and your friends are going to be there and you will feel naked. You can’t play bad this day.  The fact you are asked to play the most technically demanding pieces of the repertoire is also not helpful: Bach, etudes, classical sonatas… you can’t choose. So, here are some advices how to prepare successfully. More

About interpretation, life and experiences…

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I will never listen and play Chopin the same way after the summers I spent in Nohant, when I was 10 to 15. Walking in the garden of the castle, enjoying its atmosphere, listening the sounds of the birds and of Chopin’s music played during the festival… in the same place as he himself wrote these masterworks. What a luxury! Besides, as I discovered most of his music during those summers, so I can even say that it reminds me that magical place. More

Last days as a student…

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On March 23th, I finished my Master studies, giving a solo recital in the main concert hall of Mozarteum. A really important day in my life that I enjoyed the much I could with friends, family and loved ones. More

After a long time…

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Wow, almost one year that I didn’t write anything! Anyway, I was writing only in french and I think it is easier for everyone if I start sending posts in english. So, 2011 is almost getting to its end (although I still have a mountain of things to do waiting for me!) but until now it has been full of exciting happenings and experiences. Let’s start from the beginning of the year. More