Open Workshops2018-12-09T20:01:47+01:00

Open workshops and lectures

Workshops to play (or dance) with others or in-depth work, sometimes exploring off the beaten track


History of Music

A way to understand the history of music by linking historical context, biography, style and form...


String Quartet Workshop

A new AMAmusic workshop: the quartet. For all string players, from the 4th year of apprenticeship onwards


Flute orchestra

A new orchestra is born... A flute Orchestra, dedicated to classic, jazz, modern musics... And others!


Music in the body, Argentine Tango

  Music in the body, Argentine Tango "A true Maestro can't teach anything else than what music taught to him"  Pedro "Tete" Rusconi The necessary complement to dancing... [...]


Workshop for a Flute Ensemble

Bring flutists together to develop listening within a shared sound, accuracy, and rhythmic precision, as well as to explore a repertoire and simply enjoy playing together!


Workshop “the art of gesture”

Discover the secrets of gesture in musical and theatrical performance and how to mesmerize the audience with your hands, eyes and body. For singers, actors, lawyers, teachers. Gesturing is an ancient that has no aged


Lyric Workshop

This intensive three-day workshop works on body language and adapts theatrical improvisation to singing in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Workshop for singers with a good level of experience.


Workshop on Discovering Greek Song

Here's your chance to discover the extraordinary richness of Greek song, its poetry, rhythms and unique harmonic colours, through traditional Greek music, the Rebetiko and also popular and contemporary music.


Jazz Workshop

Discover and practice jazz, become familiar with the collective playing, develop your instincts, in short, take a dip in to a music that has improvisation at its very heart.


Argentine Tango and monthly “Milonga Cocktail”

The Argentine tango is a fascinating and addictive dance. It is offered here to people of all ages and levels. This dance is a discovery of oneself, of the other, and a great opportunity to express music with one's body.


Sight-reading Workshop for Pianists

Reading a piano score, just as one would read a newspaper, requires techniques of coordination such as look / listen / knowledge of the keyboard / beat.


L’AMAmusique Symphony Orchestra

Nov 2020 : Camille Saint-Saens, Concerto for cello en A minor, with a soloist winner of Geneva competition | opening and opera songs , Roberto Rega