Each professor gives a masterclass to three selected students. Each session is introduced by a webinar and concluded with a Q&A.
Each active applicant has the chance to be awarded with one of our multiple concerts and recording opportunities in Italy and the USA.
Every active applicant has the opportunity to perform in one of our three concerts, choosing to present pre-recorded material and/or performing live music.
Prominent Guest Artists give webinars on topics relevant to a musician’s education and career.
Music leaders will present how to make a difference in the world through music.
At the end of each masterclass or webinar, applicants can speak directly with Professors and Guests.
JULY 23 at 14:15
GMT + 2 (Rome)
With the Artistic Director, staff members and every applicants: time to get to know each others!
Happening LIVE DAILY!
JULY 23 – AUGUST 2 at 15-18
GMT + 2 (Rome)
GMT + 2 (Rome)
15 – 15:20
Webinar on a specific theme!
15:25 – 17:40
Actual masterclass: 3 students will perform ( 45 minutes each ).
17:45 – 18
Q&A with the students.
Every applicant, even if not selected by the preferred professor for the masterclass, has the possibility to be selected for one or more awards.
Awards will be assigned based on the application video submitted.
the awards will be chosen by a jury comprised of all the festival professors divided into the categories mentioned above.
1 Recital in the Tuscan
“Giovani in Musica”
A concert in Lunigiana during the next edition
A Full Scholarship to participate in the next LIMF edition.
Three partial scholarships to partecipate in the next LIMF edition.
A concert in the 2021 Season
Concert violinist – Deutsche Grammophon Recording Artist
“Freedom of interpretation and Learning to listen”
Concert pianist – Leeds Competition winner
“Saving Beauty: how classical music can endure in our times “
Opera Singer – MET Opera
Concert cellist – First cello Sydney Symphony Orchestra
Concert Pianist – Beethoven Competition Winner
“Create the perfect concert program”
Concert Pianist – Van Cliburn Competition prize-winner
“Competitions: how to nail them”
Concert cellist – Janigro, Davidof & Paulo Competition Winner “Mental Preparation: before/during/after a performance”
Concert violinist – ECHO Klassik Award Winner
“How to think out of the box”
Opera singer – MET Opera
“Career choices: pursuing contemporary music”
The LIMF ON SCREEN is open to music students of any age. Applications are open for active participants, as well as auditors which might include music students, music professionals, and general audiences.
Even if we strongly encourage to attend the events live, we know that you are around the world and in different time zones. This is why we have different times for each event and if you cannot follow them… you can always see them later!
We look forward to seeing you online!
The quality of technical devices and instrumentation will not determine the judgment for selection and awards.
Singers/Strings: without piano or with tracks. Pianists: keyboards or pianos not perfectly in tune. Chamber musicians: videos created through a software