Matthias Dulack Conductor Conducting Class
Dutch-born conductor Mathis Dulack began as a cellist and pianist.
He took up conducting at the Musikhochschule in Vienna where he studied under Otmar Suitner, and later with Celibidache and Franco Ferrara.
Matthias Dulack is member-founder and cellist of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe
A finalist in the
International Toscanini Conducting Competition in 1986, he kept up his
instrumental skills as first cellist with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe (of
which he was also a founder member), having the opportunity to play under
conductors such as von Karajan, Bernstein, Solti, Maazel
In 2009 Mathis Dulack decided to take a sabbatical for cultural studies and deepening of his repertoire, in combination with developing his country estate in Hungary for cultural events. Since 2011 he is again available for concerts and opera.
Between 1999 and 2004 Matthias Dulack taught conducting in the LMFL Summer Courses and is now back to us
The Conducting’s Course
The Conducting Courses of the LMFL summer academies under Matthias Dulack will consist of two classes:
Beginners, without any experience in conducting. The course will give them the opportunity to learn the basic technique of conducting; they will not be conducting part the final concert
Level 2 Programme 2012
Advanced level Students with knowledge of conducting: They will have to study the 2012’s programme. Repertoire prior to coming to the course.
They will have opportunities to rehearse with the orchestra and only some will be chosen to conduct the end of course 's concert
There are feedback sessions after each orchestra workshop