Finnish conductor Jorma Panola holds a master class in Budapest again

Between August 30 and September 4, the famous Finnish conductor Jorma Panola will once again hold a master class in Budapest organized by the MÁV Symphony Orchestra. The international program was held for the eighth time this year with a public closing ceremony On September 4 It takes place at the Budapest Music Center.

The MÁV Symphony Orchestra will continue to sponsor talent in the 2022/23 season. It presents the works of young authors and provides opportunities for soloists and performers, and also organizes workshops and master classes led by famous leaders, which helps the professional development of students who apply.

On September 4, they will give a concert with the students of the master class of the Finnish conductor Jorma Panola. People from all over the world have applied for the Budapest course. Active participants include the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Australia, Taiwan, the Netherlands, and Belgium, while the passive students are Poland, France, the Netherlands, and Japan.

Jorma Panola was born in 1930 in a small town in southern Finland. He studied church music and management, opera melody, musicals, church music, violin concerto and many choral works. During his career, he was conductor of orchestras in Turku, Helsinki and Aarhus, after which he became conductor and teacher of the music academies in Sweden, Finland and Denmark. After 1973, he taught future leaders at music academies in three capitals: Helsinki, Stockholm and Copenhagen.

Thanks to this activity, today he is one of the most famous conductors of orchestras in the world. They talked about a “Finnish miracle” after the best young bandleaders got out of his hands one by one: Issa-Pekka Salonen, Sakari Oramu, Jukka-Pekka Sarasti and others.

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Among the young leaders participating in the courses, select students who can demonstrate what they have learned to the audience in a public concert at the end of the course. These concerts are a lot of fun, and it is possible for concert listeners to get to know the great future titans early in their careers.

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