The Faculty lists represent those who work with the Course, but for a precise list of who is teaching this year, please consult this Prospectus:
Cadenza International Summer Music School is now in its twenty seventh year and has many special qualities.
Teaching provision is generous and fair and, unusually, there is time to focus on both solo repertoire and daily chamber groups.
A minimum of three individual lessons on each student's first study instrument is guaranteed, along with pianist rehearsals and concert opportunities.
Everyone plays in at least one chamber group which is coached not less than every second day.
Repertoire plans can be made in advance, especially for pianists.
Groups and partnerships can evolve flexibly during the week - the coaching timetable is arranged in two day cycles by mutual consent.
Cadenza prides itself on a friendly and inclusive atmosphere, and unconditional support and encouragement for every student regardless of level.
Partly this stems from a large age-range - eleven year olds under the careful supervision of two Matrons through the teens to undergraduates,
postgraduates, professional and amateur adults.
We have fun at every level - from treasure hunts to late evening mixed staff/student quartet reading.
But the real inspiration - eye opening, sometimes even lifechanging- is the quality of the formal musical interactions.
Cadenza is proud to announce that Pamela Spofforth's Scholarship Fund
supports a Violinist in a pre-formed Chamber Group to attend Cadenza
International Summer Music School.