From 9 till 14 July  2018


Farid Fasla, violin
Cati Reus, violin
Laia Puig, cello
Larisa Loginova, pianist accompanist

Intend for students of intermediate, higher and postgraduate course that want to work both at the level of the instrument as well as the desired repertoire of Chamber music, new programs, preparation of recitals, exams . The classes includes: classes with professor of instrument more  with the pianist – accompanist.



Enrollment: 75€

 Violin  or cello  Course: 260€
Chamber Music : 200€ 
Violin  or cello  Course and Chamber Music: 440€

Deadline of inscription is  July 8.

You need to bring music stand and copy of the scores. At the time of registration must inform about the repertoire that you want to study.

The course includes classes with Professor of instrument more classes with the professor’s repertoire.

Each student  takes part in the final concert of the Course which is a part of the Festival Isaac Albéniz.

This year is provided scholarships for students that most have taken the course, certifying diplomas to all students and an award for acting in the next Festival Isaac Albéniz.


farid-faslaFarid Fasla Fernandez, violí

Since 1995, Farid Fasla Fernández has been Professor and Head of the Department of Strings at the Professional Music Conservatory Adolfo Salazar in Madrid. He is also the Artistic Director of the festival and summer course “Proyecto Musical Villa de Lerma” and leads a program for exceptionally gifted children at the Prolat Music School.

Being passionate about teaching, he has already formed several generations of violinists who have developed their careers in recognized chamber groups or as teachers in important national and European orchestras such as the National Orchestra of Spain, the Symphony Orchestras of Hamburg, the “Bayerische Staatsoper”, the National Ballet of England and the Malaga Symphony Orchestra, as well as in different state conservatories and educational institutions in Great Britain, the Ukraine and Canada.

Born in Cordoba, he studied violin at the conservatories of Salamanca, Moscow and Odessa, while completing advanced courses with Antonio Arias, Levon Mamikonian and Irina Medvedeva. As a student of Lara Lev at the State Conservatory of Odessa, he deepened his chamber repertoire with Anna May and Olga Maslak. During this period, he also studied conducting with Vera Bazilevich. While still a student, he stood out for his pedagogical interest and was appointed assistant professor at the Odessa Special School of Music. He has been certified as Master of Fine Arts and Master of Arts by the Academy of Music of Odessa “Antonina Nezhdanova” and has received various awards and honorable mentions throughout his career.

Mr. Fasla regularly teaches pedagogy courses and master classes in violin technique and interpretation in Segovia, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Úbeda, Bailén and Madrid and collaborates with educational institutions in France and Belarus. He has also been visiting professor at the Youth Orchestra of the Community of Madrid. In addition to numerous recitals in Spain, especially those at the Juan March Foundation in Madrid as well as contemporary music cycles at the Auditorium and National Auditorium of Zaragoza, he has participated in various festivals in Algeria, Portugal, Russia, the Ukraine and Serbia.

All his students continue their studies at the most prestigious European institutions for higher education. Furthermore, several of them have received awards in national competitions for violin and chamber music.


Cati ReusCati Reus, violí

studied her Bachelor’s degree in Conservatori de Palma with professors Bernat Pomar, Fernando Villar and Ricardo Duato. She went on to gain a First-Class Honor degree having been taught by Smerald Spahiu and Agustín León Ara.

Further studies were with l’ESMuC and at Universität Mozarteum in Salzburg. Cati has since attended lessons with professionals like Kay Gleusteen, Serguei Fatkouline, Tatiana Aleschinski, Paul Roczek, Quartet Ysaie and Quartet Casals as well as being taught by Vartan Manoogian, Santiago Juan, Vera Martínez Mehener, Abel Tomàs and Latika Honda-Rossenberg.

Cati Reus has received many awards when participating in renown contests such as Joventuts Musicals d’Espanya, Art Jove, Les Corts, Cambra de Terrassa, Cambra de Manresa, Vinaròs and Santiago de Compostela.

Cati has also been a member of the JONC and EUYO and has been part of Carlos Santos’  ‘ La Pantera Imperial’ and ‘ Schubertnacles humits’ performances.

Her passion for teaching has brought her to participate in pedagogical courses with expert professors like Arlet Biget, Claudio Forcada, Anna Baget, Geza Ziwei, Kato Hawas, Hong Anh Shapiro; furthermore, Cati has also attended study programmes run by specialists in the Paul Rolland’s method as well as the London Suzuki’s professor Mimi Zweig and the Willems Courses.

Cati’s interest for chamber music has lead her to participate regularly in quarter’s, trio’s and duos string projects as well as co-founding Camerata 432.
Cati Reus is currently a violin teacher in Conservatori de Música de Vic, she is the second violins’ leader in Orquestra Camera Musicae de Tarragona as well as a membre of Trio Sonart.


Laia PuigLaia Puig, violoncel

Born in Cervera, she began her musical studies at the age of six with Marçal Cervera, Sergi Boadella, Richard Talkowsky and Cristian Florea at the Conservatory of Cervera. She furthered her studies at the Universities of Graz, Basel and Berlin with Rudolf Leopold, Reinhard Latzko and Martin Löhr. Her playing was shaped and enriched by masterclasses with Bernard Greenhouse, Maria Kliegel, Maria de Macedo, Lluis Claret, Christophe Coin, Philipe Mueller, Asier Polo, Thomas Demenga, among others. In 2012, she finished the Master of Cultural Management at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.

She has participated as a soloist with the Orquesta Sinfónica del Vallés, Orquestra Simfònica Julià Carbonell,Chamber Orchestra of Garraf, Camerata XXI, Orquesta Andrés Segovia, Camerata Musica Wien and has given recitals at festivals such as Berliner Cellisten 2008 and all over the Spanish territory. In 2012, Laia Puig made the world premiere of the unpublished work “Concerto Libero” by Xavier Montsalvatge in the Festival Castell de Peralada.

From her beginnings, she carried out an intense orchestral activity being member of the JOSC, principal cellist of the JONDE, European Union Youth Orchestra and Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester. She frequently collaborates with the Cadaqués Orchestra, Barcelona Symphonic Orchestra and National of Catalonia, Symphony Orchestra of the Liceu Grand Theater, Orchestra Da Camera Orchestra, Barcelona 216, Konzerthaus Orchester Berlin, Euskadi Symphony Orchestra and Simfonieorchester Basel. During the 2008/09 season, she worked as principal assistant in the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León. During her career she has worked under renowned conductors such as Claudio Abbado, Carlo Maria Giulini, Sir Colin Davis, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Bernhard Haitink, Sir Neville Marriner, Pierre Boulez, among others.

She was the recipient of several prizes in competitions such as Germans Claret, National Competition City of Xativa, Llanes International Competition and the Primer Palau in Barcelona.
The live recordings of her recitals for Catalunya Música Radio have been broadcast by the European Broadcasting Union.

She currently combines interpretation with teaching at the Conservatori Professional del Liceuin Barcelona and the Conservatori de Cervera. Previously she had worked as a teacher at the Superior Conservatory of Music of the Balearic Islands. She is a member of the cello quartet Les Mademoicelli. Laia Puig wasprincipal cellist and artistic director of Camerata432 from 2009 to 2016.



                                                           Larisa Loginova,pianist accompanist

Larissa Loginova – graduate from Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscow, Doctor of Musicology, is the author of books: “Music hearing  of interpreters” (Moscow, 1998); “What we can read in a score” (“Arpegio” Sant Cugat, 2016); of 6 Manuals of the Ear training published in Spain (Barcelona, ​​Boileau) and in Croatia (Zagreb, Brkovic), and more than 80 articles devoted to music language land musical expression, to musical interpretation and pedagogy. Since 2007, she is living in Catalonia and working as a professor of music theory and piano at the School of Music and Dance “Luthier” in Barcelona.

As a visiting professor she works regularly in Croatia (HDGPP), ESMUC (Barcelona), Vic Conservatory, Girona Conservatory (Catalonia) and in the different Music Courses – Ripoll, Camprodon, Vic (Catalonia), Opatia, Osijek , Pula (Ctoatia).

Simultaneously with intense pedagogical work, she plays concerts as a accompanist of baritone Yury Nechaev (soloist at Bolshoi Theater, Moscow), violinist Yury Korchinsky (Gran Prix of The Paganini  Internavional Competition, Genoa). During last two years, Larisa Loginova is a member of the”Guelar piano-duo” .