JAZZ VIOLIN - DCSL56
Authorized by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research
Jazz violin, 2nd cycle Academic diploma (Master level)
The 2nd cycle Jazz courses are personalized around each student, for the deepening of contemporary and experimental styles and languages and the development of one's own artistic personality with individual jazz violin teachers. Ensembles aimed at both recording and concert artistic productions, in collaboration with internationally renowned jazz musicians, aiming to a subsequent insertion into the job market.
It is a limited students number course, open to a maximum of 5 students per year, coming from Saint Louis 1st Cycle Academic courses or selected through audition.
Path entirely oriented to the instrumental practice of Jazz in small, medium and large ensembles, with internationally renowned jazz musicians guests in the bands, both in concerts and in recording productions. Each postgraduate student will graduate having released his/her own original recording, distributed on streaming platforms.
The 2nd Cycle academic path includes two types of ensembles every year, a permanent ensemble that rehearses all year round and holds concerts in clubs in Rome with the teacher as part of the band and a great line-up that concentrates rehearsals in one or two full-immersion weeks for concerts in Theaters and recording productions with international guests.
- jazz artist and band leader of original projects
- Jazz violinist for live performances and recording sessions
- jazz arranger for small, medium and large formations
- Public competitions for music teaching (upon reaching the 24 university or academic credits in anthropo-psycho-pedagogical disciplines and in teaching methodologies and technologies)
Since 2012 Saint Louis has participated in the Erasmus + program, which offers the possibility to every student of Academic level to live periods of mobility in other European and Extra-European Higher Education Institutes for study or internship projects.
Each student can therefore benefit of a maximum of 12 months of study or internship abroad for each study cycle (12 months max in the three-year first cycle, 12 months max in the two-year second cycle of academic studies), choosing one's destination among a wide and excellent offer of foreign partners that Saint Louis has established and consolidated over time.
Mandatory attendance to the minimum extent of the 80% of the lessons. Classes run fortnightly and are concentrated in 2-3 consecutive days.
REQUIREMENTS: 1st Cycle three-year academic diploma already achieved or to be achieved by the February session (registration with reservation)
1. Consult the Admission Requirements and Study Plan section
Check that your preparation is in line with the skills required for the individual tests by accessing the section below Admission requirements and study plan
2. Realize the video clips for the pre-selection
Record one or more videos containing 3 songs, performed by you in a group (minimum trio) that are representative of your artistic activity. The files must be uploaded to YouTube or other similar web portals and indicated as a link on the application form.
3. Fill in the application webform and insert the links to the video clips
It is possible to submit an application form for the participation at the admission test to first and second cycle academic courses from the 3rd of February to 30th of April. Subsequent applications will only be considered on the basis of the remaining places available.
4. Wait for pre-selection results
Candidates who pass the pre-selection will be admitted to the admission tests, which will take place in June and September. International candidates can sit the admission tests earlier, from March until June.
5. Sit the admission tests
Admission tests are held in two consecutive days.
In these insights "Due di Due" (Two of Two), which we strongly wanted for the post-graduate students in jazz that are following the study track of the two-year academic specialization courses, the art of the duo becomes a generational confrontation between experienced professionals of international stature and very young talented musicians who have accepted the challenge with extraordinary enthusiasm.
Professors in the Professional Jazz Ensemble: Rosario Giuliani, Ramberto Ciammarughi, Javier Girotto, Fabrizio Sferra, Dario Deidda, Paolo Damiani, Amedeo Tommasi, Maurizio Giammarco, Vincenzo Presta, Natalio Mangalavite, Roberto Tarenzi, Gegè Telesforo
Jazz Impro teachers: Rosario Giuliani, Ramberto Ciammarughi, Maurizio Giammarco, Enrico Pieranunzi.
MASTERCLASSES & VISITING ARTISTS
A creative project that involves renowned artists , an amazing team of 350 young artists, musicians, arrangers, singers, sound engineers who grew up professionally within the historic Roman music school and who have the opportunity to express themselves on a prestigious stage alongside the great names in Italian and international music.