Italian maestro Damiano Giuranna who is the conductor of the World Youth Orchestra is scheduled to hold master classes in Tehran
The master classes, which will focus on violin, viola and orchestral performance, will be held at the Culture and Art Applied Science University in Tehran on December 10 and 11.
The master classes will be organized based on an agreement signed between the university and the World Youth Orchestra, which is located in Rome.
Based on the agreement, a number of Iranian students will be selected to attend master classes and also to perform with the World Youth Orchestra in future concerts.
The master classes have been arranged in collaboration with the 5Khat Music Academy in Tehran.
The World Youth Orchestra performed joint concerts with the Tehran Symphony Orchestra at Tehran’s Vahdat Hall during August.
Seventy-five young musicians from the five continents founded the orchestra in 2001.
Photo: Photo: Italian maestro Damiano Giuranna conducts musicians from the World Youth Orchestra and the Tehran Symphony Orchestra during a joint rehearsal at Tehran’s Rudaki Hall on August 3, 2016.