Cnsmd Lyon

Edited: September 7, 2019, 8:30 AM · Hello!
I’m 16 years old and I’m thinking of studying at the CNSMD Lyon. I would love to study in France because of the language, culture and the classical music focus. The CNSMD Paris seems impossible to get into if you’re not a prodigy. Perhaps for my masters.

Right now I am working on the Chaconne in G minor by Vitali and will start on the Bruch concerto after. I have recently played the Romance no 2 by Beethoven and the Serenade Mélancolique by Tchaikovsky. I have a strict russian teacher that helps me develop a lot. I practice about 2-3 hours a day.

How hard is it to get into the CNSMD Lyon? Would it be possible for me to get accepted in a couple of years when I’m 18? How are the teachers? Is there any teacher you can recommend that focus on technique as well as musicality and lets me have my own musical visions?

I would really appreciate some help :)

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