Daniel Rosin - Violoncello

Mon Aug 5, 2024 to Sat Aug 10, 2024
Early Music

After studying the modern cello, Daniel Rosin received intensive training in the field of historical performance practice, including at the Schola Cantorum 

Basiliensis. Daniel Rosin is now a freelance baroque cellist and guest soloist with

 some of Europe's leading baroque orchestras. His main activity, however, is in the

 field of chamber music. The collaboration with a large number of ensembles 

specifically compiled for specific music is evidenced by CDs produced by Glossa, 

Deutsche Grammophon, Christophorus, Passacaille, Claves, Accent or Deutsche 

Harmonia Mundi, which have been awarded prizes such as Diapason d’Or, Echo

 Klassik, Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik and Opus Klassik.


Course description:

The course in the field of baroque cello is aimed at musicians who would like to build up

 and expand their knowledge and skills in: historical stylistics and playing technique, continuo 

technique and in relation to the specific, musical requirements that are placed on baroque 

cellists in the early music scene.

The focus of the soloist course repertoire is on the defining decades of the first half of the 18th

century and their national styles. Pioneer works from the end of the 17th century as well as 

music influenced by classical and romantic performance practice can also be studied.
Continuo playing will also be at the centre – from the chamber music requirements of 

bass line design to the conscious appropriation of historically handed down expression 

parameters to special tasks for baroque cellists such as partimento competence and 

chordic playing.


Normal: €454.00
Reduced: €360.00

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