English Brass Academy
Dates & times
Start date:
02/07/2017 - 12:00 AM
End date:
09/07/2017 - 12:00 AM
Register by:
30/06/2017 - 05:00 PM


Prices
3 days  Ł325

Location
Šibenik, Croatia


Contact details
Sam O'Shaughnessy
01306 508060
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A Community of Brass Musicians
Šibenik, Croatia
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Summer Brass Academy Šibenik is for advanced brass players keen to take their playing to the next level. Working with world class tutors, the Festival offers individual coaching, classes and concerts. It's an intensive week of playing but with plenty of time to relax and enjoy the glorious environment of this ancient coastal town.
Performance ensembles for:
Course leaders: Paul Archibald & Ivan Bošnjak
SUNDAY 2ND JULY - SUNDAY 9TH JULY 2017
Šibenik, Croatia


Paul Archibald invites you to perform with him and a star-studded line up of international brass players in one of the most idyllic locations in Europe - Šibenik, an historic town in Croatia located by the Adriatic Sea. Concert performances in:

• Šibenik Town Square
• Cathedral of St. James


English Brass Academy is collaborating with The Croatian Association of Trombone & Tuba Players to offer rehearsals, classes and concerts for brass players (minimum age 16 years), performing in historic and beautiful locations on the Šibenik Riviera. Accommodation is available to book in hostels and hotels situated in or near the centre of the town. Prices begin from around Ł20. Early booking is recommended. Šibenik has excellent restaurants, bars and cafés so there a is plenty of choice if you are looking for an excellent culinary experience! The Šibenik Summer Brass Academy is an international event for brass musicians of all ages and experience. Founded in 2015, in collaboration with English Brass Academy, the Summer Brass Academy is a family of brass musicians from all over the globe.

The Šibenik Summer Brass Academy is managed by the Croatian Association of Trombone and Tuba players - Busina, under the artistic direction of the two principal musicians of the Croatian National Theater in Zagreb, Ivan Bošnjak and Željko Kertez. In collaboration with some of the most famous instrument makers like the Buffet Group, Yamaha, Thein, Jurgen Voigt and others, the Summer Academy brings to you some of the best brass musicians in the world.

If you’re a brass player and you enjoy a beautiful location, great weather and a blue sea then the Summer Brass Academy Šibenik, Croatia is for you. Come in and see what it's all about! To view the Summer Brass Academy Šibenik website CLICK HERE EBA recommended hotel is Hotel Jadran which is located in the historical centre of Šibenik next to the town's waterfront and marina. Near the hotel is the Cathedral of St. James which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Inexpensve accommodation can be booked at Hostel Globo or Hostel Mare with a range of self catering apartments available on Booking.com

More information concerning hotels, accommodation (including further options for self-catering apartments) and Śibenik's cultural heritage can be viewed at the Šibenik Tourist Agency

Arrival Saturday 1st July 2017
20.00 Welcome reception at the Šibenska Narodna Glazba
Daily Itinerary
8.15 – 8.45 Warm up session
9.00 – 11.00 Individual lessons
11.00 – 11.30 Break
11.30 – 13.30 Individual lessons
13.30 – 16.30 Free time – Faculty rehearsal(s)
16.30 – 18.30 Individual lessons
18.30 – 20.30 Evening meal
20.30 – 22.30 Ensemble rehearsals

Cost of the Course Ł325
(Please book accommodation directly with the hotel, hostel or preferred accommodation website)
***CLICK HERE TO BOOK ONLINE***
OR
Pay directly to:
The Croatian Association of Trombone and Tuba Players – Busina
Vilajska 20
Zagreb
Bank: Zagrebacka Banka d.d. Trg Bana Jelacica 10 Zagreb Croatia
IBAN: HR6523600001102568130
SWIFT: ZABAHR2X

Šibenik is located in central Dalmatia beside the Adriatic coast and is one of the most beautiful and culturally-rich areas in Croatia, well known for its many historical monuments. Its two National Parks - Kornati, an archipelago with about 150 small islands and Krka, a river famous for its numerous waterfalls - offer a varied and rich landscape. Prehistoric and Roman settlements to medieval and renaissance forts and buildings, combined with a glorious Mediterranean climate. Some of the most famous cultural-historical monuments include:

• Cathedral St. Jacob (1431-1536) - the most significant architectural monument of the Renaissance in Croatia
• Church of St. Krsevan (13th C)
• Church of St. Francis (14th C)
• Churches of St. Nicholas and St. Lawrence (15th C)
• City Hall (16th C)
• the fortresses of St Michael, St Ivan, Subicevac and St Nicholas

Click the link and watch a superb video to learn more about Šibenik Šibenik: You Are Beautiful Video
Links to sites:
Šibenik Tourist Board
Krka National Park
General information
• The nearest airport is Split, approximately 1 hour journey to Šibenik.
• There are buses from Split to Šibenik however taxis are relatively cheap. Prices are in the region of $65 (Ł45) for a one-way journey. Taxi shares may be possible depending on arrival and departure times.

Course Tutors
All tutors are internationally acclaimed principal players

Paul Archibald Trumpet
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London Sinfonietta, BBC National Orchestra Wales, Principal Trumpet and Chairman of the London Mozart Players, Britten Sinfonia, Orchestra of St John's, PJBE and English Brass. Artistic Director of English Brass Academy and English Music Academy. Musical Director of Regent Brass.
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Marco Pierobon Trumpet
Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Gomalan Brass Quintet
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Sergiu Carstea Trumpet
International soloist, Professor at Bucharest National Music University, West University Timisoara, President of Romanian Brass Society
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Dániel Molnár French Horn
Principal Horn Zagreb Philharmonic

Jamie Hersch French Horn
Associate Principal Horn Singapore Symphony Orchestra
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Sotaro Fukaishi Euphonium
Director of the Japan Euphonium & Tuba Association, Associate Professor Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, Tokyo
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Ivan Bošnjak trombone, low brass
Croatian National Theatre Zagreb, No Borders Orchestra
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James C Lebens trombone
International Soloist, Professor of Brass Instruments Laval University, Quebec City, Canada
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Zachary Bond bass trombone
Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Singapore
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Aaron Tindall tuba, euphonium
Soloist, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony. Assistant Professor of tuba and euphonium University of Miami Frost School of Music
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