IMOCG masterclass Éric Lebrun
As part of the International Martini Organ Competition Groningen (IMOCG), the French concert organist Éric Lebrun will give an organ masterclass on the Schnitger organ in the Martinikerk.
Toegang - Admission € 5,00
The masterclasses are open to IMOCG participants, conservatory students, professional organists and advanced amateurs. There is room for eight participants per masterclass; the organization will decide who can be placed. Participants will be asked to study an organ piece (appropriate to the organ) to work on in class.
The masterclasses are open to the public; the instructions of the teacher can be followed via a sound system.
The French composer, organist and pedagogue Éric Lebrun (1967) completed his studies at the Conservatoire de Paris. He graduated with the highest honors. Lebrun has been an award winner and finalist in several international competitions. After winning the Grand Prix de Chartres in 1990 he was appointed titular organist of the Cavaillé-Coll instrument at the Parisian church Saint Antoine des Quinze-Vingts, a position which he holds to this day.
Lebrun is currently Professor of Organ at the Conservatory at Saint-Maur des Fossés and Honorary Professor at the Royal Conservatory of Aarhus (Denmark). His recorded albums include the complete works of Jehan Alain, Maurice Duruflé, César Franck and J.S. Bach.