3ème Stage International de Musique
Règlement et Inscription
3rd International Music Camp
Regulation and Registration
Twenty years ago, Emil Lavrenov, founder of La Vraie Note association, organised a music camp for young musicians. The great success of his project and the enthusiasm of the pupils gave him the opportunity to create the youth string orchestra called La Vraie Note. Several of those who took part in that project are now professional musicians.
In 2016, Elena Lavrenov and Ashot Khachatourian created the "La Vraie Note" music school.
They wish to give high quality teaching to those who want to develop their musical skills. In addition to the weekly class that the association gives, one of its goals is to create international exchange with students all around the world. In 2016, it had the great privilege to organize the first edition of a music camp in Xi’an, China. The second edition of this course, organized in partnership with the Royal Academy of Music César Franck, took place in Belgium in July 2017 and welcomed forty participants from all around the world.
The third edition of this course will also take place in Belgium from July 21 to 27, 2018. It will follow the first edition of the "Ysaye International Music Competition" dedicated to solo violin and chamber music. The gala concert of the winners of the competition on Saturday the 21st of July (to which all participants of the Music Camp are invited) will connect both international events.
Music camp, for whom?
Any pianist, violinist or cellist may apply for this music camp. There are no limits of age, experience or citizenship. It is open to anyone who wishes to receive advice from experienced teachers during one week of intense musical life.
Participants will receive individual classes as well as chamber music or/and orchestra classes. Concerts will be organized at night to give the chance to all participants to try out what they have learned. In addition to the individual classes that each participant will receive, extra musical and other activities will be organized.
Two larger concerts will be devoted to orchestral works and chamber music.