The course will focus on the study and improvement of the great solo, chamber and orchestral repertoire and on the preparation for orchestra auditions and competitions.

Two individual lessons and the opportunity to attend all other lessons will be guaranteed. The timetable of the course will be defined by the professor according to the composition of the class.

The course provides a piano accompanist (only on request at the time of registration).

Conditions for registration and fees

For the SELECTIONS: “Perform as a Soloist with the Orchestra” and “Perform with the Artists” in the concert program of this year's Festival click here


Paolo Beltramini, Solo Clarinet of the Orchestra della Svizzera italiana (Lugano,Switzerland), is the only Italian clarinetist to have won the First Prize at the prestigious Prague Spring International Clarinet Competition (1996). In duo, together with the pianist Roberto Arosio, he was the winner of the International Chamber Music Competitions in Paris (1996) and Trapani (1997). The forementioned awards brought Beltramini to the atention of audiences and critics and helped establish his reputation as one of the most interesting wind-instrument virtuosos on the international concert circuit. A refined interpreter of the clarinet repertoire, he was a guest performer and teacher at some of the most prestigious concert institutions and halls of Europe, the United States, Asia, Africa and South America. As Principal Clarinetist he played with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Filarmonica della Scala, Orchestra Nazionale della RAI, Orchestra di Santa Cecilia Roma , Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra da Camera di Mantova, Orchestra da Camera italiana etc., under the batton of conductors such as B. Haitink, G. Pretre, D.Harding L.Mazel,,N. Jaervi, G. Sinopoli, M. Wung Chung, M. Janssons, A. Lombard, W. Delman, E. Inbal, D. Gatti, etc. Paolo Beltramini is regularly invited to be a part of international competition juries and has taught at International Master Classes in Italy, Usa, Japan, China,France, Switzerland, Slovenia and Portugal. His discography includes recordings for Brilliant Chandos, Ricordi, EMI, Fonit Cetra, Stradivarius, Rainbow, AS Disc, Continuo,RS and radio and television recordings and broadcasts for RAI, RSI (Switzerland), and Radio France. Paolo holds the post of Professor of Clarinet at the Luzern Hochschule fur Musik. Paolo is a “Ripa” “Silverstein” and “Legere” artist.