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Every activity of the Superior Conservatory of Music in Sevilla’s recorder class is conceived to improve and develop the main skills that future professional recorder players will need to possess:

The Superior Conservatory of Music in Sevilla currently offers the following weekly lessons related to the recorder:

  1. One individual recorder class (1:30h)
  2. One recorder-consort lesson (1:30h)
  3. One repertoire lesson with accompanying harpsichordist (1h)
  4. One improvisation lesson (1h)
  5. One chamber music lesson (1:30h)

The Superior Conservatory of Music in Sevilla’s recorder class is lucky to count on a stunning set of professional recorder consort instruments built by legendary maker Bob Marvin, which are used every week in the consort lessons, and we are an open class that is regularly visited by Erasmus students from abroad, as well as all kind of personalities from the recorder world such as Dan Laurin, David Lasocki, Fernando Paz, Martin Wenner, Petr Zejfart, Daniël Brüggen & Bob Marvin.

Bob Marvin visiting the Superior Conservatory of Music in Sevilla’s recorder class

Bob Marvin visiting the Superior Conservatory of Music in Sevilla’s recorder class

List of recorder students enrolled at the Conservatorio Superior de Música Manuel Castillo de Sevilla, academic course 2015-2016:

  1. Alejandra Fernández
  2. Juan Miguel Illán
  3. Jana Lalovic (Erasmus)
  4. Gonzalo Llao
  5. Inés Pina
  6. Daniel Riquelme
  7. Olga Rodón Mas
  8. Arcelia Sáez
  9. Guillermo Sáez

Recently graduated recorder students:

  1. Alejandra Fernández Sanz (2018)
  2. Inés Pina (2016)
  3. Olga Rodón Mas (2016)
  4. Marta Barragán González (2015)
  5. Milena Cord-to-Krax (2015)
  6. Sara Becerra Romero (2014)
  7. Elena Escartín Díez (2012)
  8. Eva Jornet Descarrega (2010)
  9. Ainara Morant Amézaga (2010)
  10. Antonio Barragán González (2009)

Visiting Erasmus students:

  • Jana Lalovic (2015–2016, DE)
  • Féodora Diakoff (2012–2013, CH)
  • Mirjam-Luise Münzel (2012–2013, DE)
  • Tina Hoffmann (2010–2011, DE)
  • Iulia Ivancenco (2007–2008, DE)
  • Johanna Rinnert (2007–2008, DE)

Recorder teacher: Vicente Parrilla