Teacher’s Concert at Fangor Manor House 2019

To start with the teacher’s concert was anticipated event. 2019 Professors Concert. The next Unisono Music Academy concert after the Concert of Carrols, was held on Januiary 19th 2019 in the Fangor Manor House in the picturesque Botanic Garden of The Polish Academy of Sciences in Powsin. The artists presented an interesting and diversified musical program.

As the first appeared violinist Joanna Okoń – former pupil of  Zofia Zwolińska (now Director of the Unisono Music Academy). Ms. Okoń played works composed by Polish composers :

  • Fantasie Orientale  by Henryk Wieniawski,
  • Guitarre op. 45 No  2 by Maurycy Moszkowski, and
  • Cantabile by Krzesimir Dębski.

Furthermore at the end of her appearance she played Banjo and Violin –  an extraordinarily spectacular work composed by American composer William Kroll.

Performaces during Teacher’s Concert

Julia Leviuk (vocal) presented three pieces from the opera repertoire:

  • First – Aria Susane from La Notte di Figaro . Giunse alfin il momento by Wolfgang Amadaeus Mozart.
  • Second – Jolanta’s aria from Tschaikovsky’s opera Jolanta
  • Finally – Antonia’s aria from Jacques Offenbach opera Hoffmann Stories –  Elle a fui, la touterelle.

Subsequently Krzysztof Komarnicki (guitar) played:

  • Two Preludes by Heitor Villa-Lobos”
  • No. 1 in e-minor, and
  • No. 4 in e-minor, and
  • Lagrima– etude in the form of minuet by Francisco Tarrega.

At the end we heard three songs:

  • Yesterday by John Lennon and Pasul McCartney
  • Nothing Else Matters by James Hertfield and Lars Ulrich, and
  • La pobrecita  by Atahualpa Yupanaqui.

Last but not least the audience gathered in the concert hall aplauded vividly and made Krzysztof Komarnicki to play encore. Finally he performed Etude by Krzysztof Panuciak.

Why teacher concerts in music school are important?

Teacher concerts in a music school can be important for several reasons:

  1. Demonstrating the skills and abilities of the teachers: Teacher concerts can provide an opportunity for the teachers at the music school to demonstrate their skills and abilities as musicians. This can help students see the level of proficiency and expertise that the teachers possess, and it can also serve as inspiration for the students to strive for similar levels of excellence.
  2. Providing a model for students: Teacher concerts can also serve as a model for students, as they can see how their teachers approach and perform music. This can provide students with valuable insights and ideas for their own musical development.
  3. Building a sense of community: Teacher concerts can help to build a sense of community within the music school by bringing students, teachers, and other members of the school community together to share in a common musical experience.
  4. Offering opportunities for collaboration: Teacher concerts can also provide opportunities for teachers to collaborate with each other or with students, which can foster a sense of teamwork and cooperation within the music school.

Teacher concerts in a music school can be important because they demonstrate the skills and abilities of the teachers, provide a model for students, build a sense of community, and offer opportunities for collaboration.

Teacher’s concert set good example for a student

It is true that teacher’s concert can provide a good example for students. When teachers perform at a concert, they are not only demonstrating their skills and abilities as musicians, but they are also showing their dedication to their craft and the importance of hard work and practice.

By watching their teachers perform, students can get a sense of what it takes to become a proficient musician and can be inspired to work towards similar levels of excellence. Teacher concerts can also provide students with valuable insights and ideas for their own musical development by showing them different approaches to performing and interpreting music.

Overall, teacher concerts can be an important part of a music school’s program, as they provide a good example for students, demonstrate the skills and abilities of the teachers, and offer opportunities for collaboration and community building.

In addition to providing a good example for students, teacher concerts can also be a valuable source of musical education and inspiration. By watching their teachers perform, students can learn about different musical styles, techniques, and approaches to performance. They can also see how their teachers interpret and express themselves through music, which can help to broaden their own musical horizons.

Teacher concerts can also be a great opportunity for students to see how their teachers handle the challenges and pressure of performing in front of an audience. This can be especially valuable for students who are interested in pursuing music as a career, as it can give them a sense of what to expect and help them to develop the skills and confidence they need to succeed.

Overall, teacher concerts can be a valuable and educational experience for students, providing them with a good example to follow, musical education and inspiration, and a glimpse into the challenges and rewards of performing.

Music masterclass experience is what we focus on

This events are part of Unisono Music Academy experience. Masterclasses are a type of educational workshop in which a highly skilled musician or performer shares their expertise and knowledge with a group of students. They can be an excellent opportunity for students to learn from and be inspired by some of the best musicians in the world.

There are a few key things that can make a music masterclass experience particularly valuable and rewarding for students:

  1. A knowledgeable and experienced instructor: It is important to have a knowledgeable and experienced instructor who can provide valuable insights and guidance to the students. This could be a musician who has achieved a high level of success in their field, or someone who has a deep understanding of a particular musical style or technique.
  2. Engaging and interactive format: A masterclass should be engaging and interactive, with plenty of opportunities for students to ask questions, participate in discussions, and get feedback from the instructor.
  3. Personalized attention: It can be helpful if the instructor is able to provide personalized attention to each student, giving them the opportunity to work on specific areas of their playing or performance skills.
  4. Relevant and challenging material: The material covered in the masterclass should be relevant and challenging for the students, helping them to grow and improve as musicians.

By focusing on these elements, you can create a music masterclass experience that is rewarding and beneficial for students.