Masterclasses

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Maria Kliegel

German cellist Maria Kliegel presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Frans Helmerson

Swedish cellist Frans Helmerson presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt

German cellist Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Raphael Wallfisch

English cellist Raphael Wallfisch presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Torleif Thedéen

Swedish cellist Torleif Thedéen presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Ralph Kirshbaum

Artistic Director Ralph Kirshbaum presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Jens Peter Maintz

German cellist Jens Peter Maintz presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Laurence Lesser

American cellist Laurence Lesser presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Steven Isserlis

Acclaimed British cellist Steven Isserlis presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the master classes, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with David Geringas

Lithuanian cellist David Geringas presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the masterclasses, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.

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PICF '20 Masterclass with Jean-Guihen Queyras

French/Canadian cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras presents a masterclass. Central to the ethos of the Festival are the master classes, in which the artists/teachers work with individual cello students in a public forum. Audience members can observe their teaching and hear some of the best young cellists from around the world.