InterHarmony International School of Music Presents
Open Master Class Series

Learn about the InterHarmony International School of Music Online by attending the Open Master Class Series. These free by RSVP classical music events will showcase IISM Professors. Informative and fun, potential students will get a taste of what it is like to study classical music at IISM.

  • InterHarmony International School of Music Presents: Open Master Class Series: Cello Master Class: Misha Quint, cello

    Open Master Class Series: Detailed Practicing: Fact, Fiction, and Reality with Cellist Misha Quint

    Join cellist Misha Quint as he works with talented students, sharing his insights on practicing, ways to reach goals within a short time, resolving technical issues using common sense and logical thinking that transforms the practice room into a scientific yet very exciting music lab filled with groundbreaking experiments. Quint hails from the world of the Leningrad Special School for the Gifted and St. Petersburg Conservatory, when students and their soloist professors practiced all day long, where concerts were not just entertainment, but enticed deep artistic discussions on artistry of classical music, emotive pieces and composers, and technique, and where classical music was a way of life. Now living on the other end of the globe, Quint is a soloist and Founder and Music Director of the InterHarmony® International Music Festival that take place in Acqui Terme, Piedmont, Italy, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Bavaria, Germany, and Online, and the InterHarmony® Concert Series at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City, and the InterHarmony International School of Music Online that opened in the Fall of 2020.

  • InterHarmony International School of Music Presents: Open Master Class Series: Chopin Mazurkas: Dances of the Soul

    Open Master Class Series: Chopin Mazurkas: Dances of the Soul

    Join pianist and IISM professor Alexandra Eames for an In-depth exploration of Chopin's Mazurkas, a highly stylized and exotic collection of dances. Chopin composed Mazurkas all his life; they outnumber all his other works. He was the first to bring these varied dance forms into the standard music literature, and they contain some of his most daring and inventive musical expressions. Pianist Alexandra Eames has spent decades studying these amazing pieces and has recorded many of them. Discover these marvelous dances and learn why musical notation cannot impart their unique flavor. Chopin wrote, "In Paris everyone wants Waltzes, but my pen keeps writing Mazurkas."