• Andrzej Grabiec violin

    As an internationally renowned musician Andrzej Grabiec has performed as a soloist in symphonic concerts and recitals around the world, including in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, North and South America, Australia and New Zealand. He has led masterclasses for violinists …
  • Jakub Jakowicz violin

    Doctor Jakub Jakowicz studied violin at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music under the supervision of his father Krzysztof Jakowicz. He was also the last student of prof. Tadeusz Wroński – one of the Polish legendary violinists.The artist made his …
  • Barnabas Kelemen violin

    An artist of “innate musicality” with a technical execution that belongs “only to the greatest” -The Guardian He has captured the interest of the music world with premiers of works by Kurtág, Ligeti, Schnittke, Gubajdulina, Steve Reich and Ryan Wigglesworth …
  • Szymon Krzeszowiec violin

    Esteemed violinist, soloist and chamber musician. A graduate of The Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice in the class of professor Roman Lasocki and of The Conservatorium van Amsterdam in the class of professor Herman Krebbers. Winner of violin …
  • Yuri Zhislin viola

    Described by The Strad magazine as a “virtuoso with a truly romantic temperament”, violinist and violist Yuri Zhislin became the BBC Radio Two Young Musician in 1993. He studied at the Gnessin Music School in Moscow and later at the …
  • PIERO MASSA viola

    He graduated with full marks with M°G. Leone, and specialized with M. D. Asciolla, P. Schidlof and V. Mendelssohn. At the same time he attended Chamber Music courses with M. S. Altobelli, K. Bogino and P. Vernikov. He also studied …
  • Anna Banaś cello

    Lecturer at the Academy of Music in Katowice, regularly conducts masterclasses in Poland, Italy and Latin America. During her music education, she took part in numerous festivals and master classes, during which she had the opportunity to collaborate with the …
  • Mats Lidstrom cello

    As an international soloist and chamber musician, Mats Lidström has gained a reputation for performances of great insight and virtuosity. Born in Stockholm, Sweden and currently living in London, Lidström combines performing with teaching and composing. Lidström studied with Ms …
  • Michał Francuz accompanist

    Born in Szczecin in 1980, the pianist Michał Francuz studied with Prof. W. Andrzejewski at I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań, where he now works. As soloist and chamber musician, he has given concerts with orchestras at home …

Terms and condition

If you are a violinist, viola player or cellist, 16 years old or over, like challenges and cooperation with interesting people and in addition a versatile development is important – our courses are perfect for you!

What you can expect:

  • 4 individual lessons with a selected professor
  • Participation in lectures, workshops and additional classes
  • Participation in rehearsals and concerts of the Young Arts Masterclass Orchestra (II session)
  • Participation in solo concerts
  • Participation in the competition “Solista Young Arts Masterclass” (application via Registration Card)


Dates, costs, accommodation:

The 4th edition of Young Arts Masterclass (30.06 – 11.07.2019) takes place in two stages:

  • 1st session – 30.06 – 05.07.2019
  • 2nd session – 06.07 – 11.07.2019 *


Under this amount we provide accommodation in double rooms (Akademik PWSZ at Żwirki i Wigury Street 9) with full board **

The total cost of participation in the selected stay is 300 EUR. Payable after qualifying for the course until 5th of June 2019. ***

Read the rules of the course, fill Application Form [LINK] until 31st of May 2019 and send us an e-mail confirmation about filing it on e-mail address


*Detailed dates of availability of professors in accordance with the Registration Card.

** The first day of stay is the day of arrival, during which dinner is provided. The last day of the stay is the day of departure after breakfast.

*** The cost of participation in two stays is 600 EUR.