Individual lessons (open to the public)
Providing certificates of completion of the course
The masterclass is primarily aimed at young, motivated pianists who want to prepare for an entrance examination at a music university or for a competition. The vigilant and creative examination of the score, as well as the individual encounter and motivation of the participant, are the focus of this course. An inspired musical idea and its technical realization should be experienced and formed as an inseparable unit. The final concert provides a valuable experience for the further musical development of the participants.
Repertoire: Piano solo or for four hands
About Prof. Andreas Weber
Andreas Weber began his pianistic education at the Music University of Cologne with Prof. Karin Merle; Prof. Vitaly Margulis and continued with Prof. Hans Leygraf at the University of Music in Salzburg.
His gives concerts as a soloist and as chamber musician in Europe and Asia. Television recordings in Austria, Korea and China. He holds many Masterclasses in Tokio, Russia, Seoul, Pusan and Gwangju, Korea, Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhu and Shenzhen, China, Australia, Germany, Croatia and Belgium and is member of juries in national and international piano competitions in Germany, Austria, Croatia, Russia, Japan, Australia, China and Korea.
He has made CD recordings with the Cellist Hanna Spielbüchler ( Brahms, Schubert and Franck ) as well with the Violinist Albert Fischer ( Mozart, Brahms, Schubert) and with the Trio Cartellieri ( Turina, Takacs, Piazzolla )
Since 2002 Andreas Weber is a professor of piano at the University Mozarteum, Salzburg and since 2005 he is the head of the Leopold-Mozart-Institute for highly talented young students and is promoting young talents on international level.
Concert tours abroad in Japan, Russia and China with the violinist Luz Leskowitz. Since 2009 he is also professor at the International Summer Academy of Mozarteum and the representative for the highly talented program heading the Leopold-Mozart-Institute. Many of his students are prize winners of international piano competitions in Germany, Austria, South Korea, Spain, Serbia, Netherlands, Kazakhstan, Poland, Italy, Hungary etc.