The Emili Pujol Cervera Chair starts to warm up engines and it does, as usual, opening registrations for the International Music Course, which will take place 14 al 20 of July of 2024. Registrations can be formalized, to the 30 June, through the website.

Of the 14 al 20 In July, the 43rd edition of the International Music Course will take place, one of the oldest and most prestigious educational activities in Spain.
Registrations can now be processed online and until 30 June. It should be remembered that the course is aimed at postgraduate music students, de grau superior and de grau professional.

This year the training will be in charge of 21 high-level teachers from various backgrounds, all of them experts in their field. Memory is a woman's name, classes will be given on the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, double bass, guitar, piano, flute, The cycle will be inaugurated by the OJC Trio of Reeds - formed by Encarna Monzó, clarinet, The cycle will be inaugurated by the OJC Trio of Reeds - formed by Encarna Monzó, trumpet, trunk, trombone, band and orchestra.

Students will receive a minimum of four individual classes, as well as col classes·lessons and various training pills. You will also be able to attend as a listener all the activities carried out in the contest.

Students of symphonic instruments can be part of the Course Orchestra or the Band, and will be able to participate in auditions and/or concerts scheduled as part of the Cervera International Music Festival, which also organizes the Emili Pujol Chair.

The Obra Social de la Caixa continues with the scholarships for the students of the Music Course

With the desire to give more students the possibility to sign up for the Course, the organization has renewed the agreement with La Caixa to be able to offer scholarships through its Social Work. To be able to access it, you will find the information on the website.

The International Music Course is part of the Cervera Chair – Emily Pujol, an initiative that includes, in addition to the course, the Music Festival and the Lutiers Fair.

Information provided by the Cervera Chair – Emily Pujol.