Martin Funda

Masterclass Violin

photo: Nikolaj Lund

17 – 22 December 2024
Masterclass violin
Prof. Martin Funda, Stuttgart
Répétiteur: Julia Brusentsova, Stuttgart

Course repertoire: freely selectable
Masterclass, individual lessons
Technique and interpretation
Audition training

It’s also possible to attend as a string quartet

Course start: Tuesday, 17 December 2024, in the afternoon
End of course: Sunday, 22 December 2024, after lunch

Fees:
395.00 Euro course fees/active for professionals
345.00 Euro course fees/active for students
150.00 Euro course fees for passive participation
Course fees for ensembles on request
395.00 Euro Costs for accommodation (double room) incl. full board at the Forum Artium
Single room supplement: 25.00 Euro per day if available
Provisional flat rate for energy costs: 2.00 Euro per day/person
Participation without accommodation/catering: 100.00 Euro surcharge.

Martin Funda (born 1985) is Professor of Chamber Music and Violin at the State University of Music and the Performing Arts Stuttgart (HMDK) as of winter semester 2018/2019.

Martin Funda combines tradition with modern relevance, consistently proving how stimulating a multi-faceted and varied career can be, and how it can bring about great musical flexibility, whether as a soloist, guest concertmaster, play-lead musician, artistic director or pedagogue. Chamber music remains, however, his core focus, primarily as leader of the Armida Quartett.

It is this form of music-making that he always draws inspiration from, in order to communicate effectively with other musicians and to establish the place of music in other settings. As a professor he sees it as a key priority to pass on to young musicians the necessary knowledge and skills required for a versatile musical career, and to support them on the path to becoming individual and self-reliant musicians.

Martin Funda is a chamber and orchestral musician, soloist and pedagogue. He achieved international acclaim as a founding member and leader of the Armida Quartett. After winning the Concours de Geneve in 2011, they were awarded 1st prize, the audience prize and six further special prizes at the 2012 ARD International Music Competition. This established the Armida Quartett as one of the most sought-after young quartets worldwide.