Alan Fraser returns to Berlin, one of Europe's principal musical centers, for his 4th institute this February.
The venue for this institute is a private home with a fine concert Fazioli grand piano.
Practice facilities will be arranged at one of the local piano stores. Participants receive two lessons over the three days. Those who wish to have more lessons may reserve them - to be paid separately.
This typical schedule will be modified according to the makeup and needs of the group.
The Institute will take place at
Bayerische Str. 8
Click here for travelling
directions to the Klaus Heinz Residence in southwest Berlin. Take the U-7 to either Konstanzer Strasse
Please note that the number 8 on the front of the apartment building is virtually invisible. People have been
known to walk right by it several times before finally figuring out where the address is.
There are many hotels in Berlin, all easily available at Booking.com.
There are many restaurants within walking distance of the studio.
The active participation fee covers TWO individual lessons, daily group ATM lesson, daily seminar lecture,
and observation of all other lessons. Auditors participate fully but receive no individual lessons. Extra lessons may be booked with the organizers if so desired.
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OPTION 1: Online Deposit
Register with a non-refundable deposit.
OPTION 2: Register Online
OPTION 3: Online Discounts
10 % EARLY BIRD & SENIORS DISCOUNT - for seniors age 65 and over; also anyone under 65 who registers by June 1.
25% STUDENT DISCOUNT - for students up to age 25.
OPTION 4: Contact us for further registration options
For other options please contact Matt Rubenstein to reserve your place.
Matt will answer all your questions and arrange your preferred payment option and/or partial scholarship.
Fees for the Alan Fraser Piano Institute cover venue rental costs, travel costs, administration
and website costs as well as Professor Fraser's teaching fees. Accommodation fees are paid separately.
After registration, please come back to fill out this
PARTICIPANT INFORMATION FORM.
After you have completed your institute, please come back to fill out this
QUESTIONNAIRE. This helps evaluate your experience, tailor your ongoing regime to facilitate further
progress, and fine-tune the institute structure to better meet your needs.
Canadian pianist Alan Fraser gives master classes and recitals worldwide and conducts ongoing research and refinement on the ideas put forth in his three books,
The Craft of Piano Playing
(also in DVD),
Honing the Pianistic Self-Image,
and All Thumbs: Well-Coordinated Piano Technique.
He is at work on several new volumes.
Visit here for more on Alan Fraser.
If you have concerns or questions about your participation in the institute and would like to address
them directly to Alan Fraser, send him an email.
Pianist and pedagogue
Matt Rubenstein is an American pianist and teacher who has
been active in the Berlin clasical music scene for many years and has recorded
several acclained CD's of new piano music. He teaches piano privately in Berlin and is the organizer of the Berlin Alan
Fraser Piano Institute.
Contact Matt Rubenstein.