Please visit the LMFL website to for further information and to apply online.
William Godfree – Conducting, Composition, Theory, Organ, Choir
Alexander Trostiansky – Violin
Madeleine Mitchell – Violin
Jean-Luc Borsarello – Violin, Artistic Director
Richard Crabtree – Violin, Viola
Tomás Tuláćek – Violin, Viola
Leo Phillips – Violin
Lana Trotovsek – Violin
Daniel Grosgurin – Cello
Nitzan Laster – Cello
Pierre Feyler – Double Bass
Angharad Edwards – Harp
Alex Forsyth – Sax Jazz & Electric Bass Guitar.
Steve Banks – Electric Guitar, Improvisation
Luigi Borio – Classical Guitar
Daniela Pisano – Flute Piccolo
Boris Bizjak – Flute & Baroque Flute
Gerard McChrystal – Saxophone Clarinet
Paolo De Gaspari – Clarinet Bass Clarinet
Heather Gordon-Redfern – Clarinet Classical & Jazz
Urška Cvetko – Recorder
Dr Paul Goodey – Oboe, Composition, Theory
John Morgan – Trumpet (Classical & Jazz)
John Perry – Jazz & Pop Drums
Ekaterina Nemirovitch-Danchenko – Piano
Roustam Koudoiaroff – Piano
Vìra Müllerová Dvořáčkoá – Piano
Tim Funnell – Piano, Jazz
Leonardo De Lisi – Opera Bel Canto
Letizia Morelli – Vocal Teaching, Jazz, Blues
Robert Short – Vocal Teaching, Jazz, Gospel
Simonida Miletec – Vocal Teaching
This specialised, intensive language and music Summer course is for musicians preparing for exams, auditions and competitions with some of the world’s best teachers.
The course is for adults and unaccompanied teenagers from the age of 12 as well as accompanied children with a lower age limit of five. Students can choose to attend just the main course (two weeks) or both the pre-course and the main course (three weeks):
- Pre-course (20 places): 8-13 July 2019 (arrival on 7 July)
- Main course (100 places): 14-26 July 2018 (arrival on 13 July afternoon and departure on 27 July morning)
The pre-course is designed for students who need either intensive linguistic tuition or who want to benefit from extra tuition from our teachers present on the pre-course or both. Students who attend the pre-course then go on to the main course. The main course features instrumental and voice tuition, masterclasses, composition, conducting, and jazz. It also offers students the opportunity to improve language skills, working either in small groups or one-to-one with our language tutors.
There are two kinds of participants:
- Non-residential: local students or participants who choose to live out in hotels, B&B etc, taking two main meals from Sundays to Fridays
- Residential: those who want full board and take all their meals at Llandovery College for the duration of the course
Language and Music for Life (LMFL)
About the organiser
Created in spring 1997, LMFL (Language and Music for Life) is an unique organisation committed to providing training in both music and foreign languages to students of all ages.
The first LMFL summer course was held in August 1997 and has grown in size and quality ever since, and we have opened courses abroad for Advanced Level students.
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