Dirigentski seminar


Michael Engelbrecht (Nizozemska), Andreja Šolar

Petek, 19. 1. 2024
Sobota, 20. 1. 2024
Nedelja, 21. 1. 2024
(zaključek seminarja s koncertom)


Individualna priprava dirigenta
Tehnika dirigiranja
Delo z orkestrom

Delo z orkestrom
Vsak udeleženec bo imel vsako vajo na voljo 20 minut dela z orkestrom.

1. Alfred Reed: Armenian Dances
2. Percy Aldridge Grainger: Colonial song
3. Second Suite in F for Military Band, Op. 28, No. 2
4. Arturo Marquez: Danzon no. 2


15:00 – 18:00 predstavitev seminarja in priprava na vajo z orkestrom
19:00 – 22:00 vaja z orkestrom


8:30-09:00 priprava na vajo z orkestrom
09:00-12:00 vaja z orkestrom
14:00-17:00 video analiza vaje z orkestrom in dirigentska tehnika
pavza za kavo
17:30 – 19:00 priprava na vajo in koncert z orkestrom


09:00-12:00 vaja z orkestrom
pavza za kavo
12:30-14:00 analiza vaje in priprava za koncert
17:00 koncert


Prijava do 30. 12. 2023 (izbranih bo 8 aktivnih udeležencev)


400 EUR (aktivna udeležba)
40 EUR (pasivna udeležba

Lokacija seminarja:

Kulturni dom Kobjeglava


Michael Engelbrecht

The Dutch conductor Michael Engelbrecht was first prize winner at the ‘Blue Danube/Béla Bartók International Opera Conducting Competition’ in June 2021. The programme included four complete operas: Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Bizet’s Carmen, Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci and Bartók’s Duke Bluebeard’s Castle.

Mr. Engelbrecht was also first prize winner at the Budapest International Masterclass & Competition for Orchestral Conducting, where the members of the MÁV Budapest Symphony Orchestra acted as a jury and elected him as the winner.

Mr. Engelbrecht is currently chief conductor of Philharmonie Gelre in Arnhem, the Netherlands. As a guest conductor, he conducted a.o. the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, State Theatre Kosice (Slovakia), State Opera Stara Zagora (Bulgaria), the MÁV Budapest Symphony Orchestra, the Eindhoven Symphony Orchestra, Neos Brass Amsterdam and the Dutch National Student Orchestra during their tour in Croatia. He also conducted concerts of the Philips Symphonic Wind Orchestra during their tour in China in Beijing, Nanjing and Shanghai.
He attended masterclasses and lessons with: Jan Cober, Ivan Meylemans, Marien van Staalen, Ilona Meskó & Jukka-Pekka Saraste.

Mr. Engelbrecht began his professional musical career at age 17, as a euphonium player in the Royal Dutch Military Band in The Hague. He won first prize at the prestigious ‘Concours Mondial de Tuba et Euphonium’ in Guebwiller (France) while still at a very young age. He completed his euphonium and conducting studies with distinction at the Tilburg and Maastricht conservatory. Mr. Engelbrecht performed a.o. with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam, the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, the Ballet Orchestra Amsterdam, The Hague Philharmonic (Residentie Orkest) and the Aachen Symphony Orchestra. He collaborated with conductors such as Riccardo Chailly, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Ingo Metzmacher, Marc Albrecht and Sir George Benjamin.
He also performed as a soloist with orchestras and as a chamber musician.
Since winning first prize at the ‘Blue Danube/Béla Bartók International Opera Conducting Competition’, Michael Engelbrecht has focused exclusively on his conducting career.

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