Marina Keselman, Assistant Professor at Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, Delivers Workshops in Belgorod Region as part of Class from a Maestro Project

24 December 2015

Marina Keselman, a leading violin pedagogue and Honoured Culture Worker of Russia, visited the Belgorod region within the framework of the Class from a Maestro project of the Art, Science and Sport Charity Foundation on December 21 and 22, 2015.

The visit was arranged jointly with the Regional Training Centre for Arts Education at Belgorod State Institute of Art and Culture and was intended to hold workshops and master classes for teachers of string bowed instruments from children’s music schools and art schools as well as for students of music colleges.

On 21 December, educational events took place at the Gubkin branch of Belgorod State Institute of Art and Culture and on 22 December, at the S.A Degtyarev College of Music in Belgorod.

“The Foundation is undertaking serious and system-wide efforts which deserve great respect”, says Marina Keselman. “In all countries the arts require additional support, and it is very good when there are people who support projects like this”.

In 2015, workshops by Marina Karaseva, professor at Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory, and master classes by Sergei Lukin, an outstanding performer on the domra, were arranged in Belgorod Region under the auspices of the Class from a Maestro project. In November 2015, the Foundation came forward as a partner of the 10th Belgorod International Competition for Classical Guitar Performers and Guitar Ensembles. To hold master classes, renowned geniuses of classical guitar, Nikolay Komolyatov and Rovshan Mamedkuliev were invited to the event.


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