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flute,Baroque flute (traverso), music theory
Petra Asztalos was born in Budapest, Hungary, where she received most of her early musical studies. She learned the flute with Eszter Alföldy-Boruss and played with famous conductors at this time, like Tamás Vásáry, Mátyás Antal, Gergely Ménesi, Heinz Arlt and Yurij Simonov. Besides her main subject, the flute, she chose another one: music theory. Petra moved to Austria to study the flute with Prof. Norbert Girlinger and prof. Helmut Trawöger at the Anton Bruckner University in Linz. During her bachelor studies she got to know the transverse flute (traverso), which she studied with Prof. Dr. Claire Genewein. After she studied in Salzburg, at the Mozarteum University, where she completed both of her Master's degrees for modern and baroque flute with distinction. Petra Asztalos's interest for early music led her to Basel, Switzerland to study the traverso with Marc Hantaï and renaissance flute with Johanna Bartz at the Musik-Akademie Basel/Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. She finished her studies in 2020. Petra Asztalos has been performing as a chamber musician and orchestra member in numerous concert halls and festivals. She worked with conductors like Karen Kamensek, Ton Koopman, Sigiswald Kuijken, Alfredo Bernardini, Michi Gaigg, Martin Braun, etc. in ensembles and orchestras like the Filharmonia Sudecka, Salzburger Barockorchester, Kontra.punkt - Das Barockorchester, Salzburger Hofmusik, Concerto Luterano, etc. As a soloist she played the Andante in C from W. A. Mozart with orchestra led by Sigiswald Kuijken in Collevecchio, Italy in 2012, the Concerto in A for flute, oboe and viola from G. Ph. Telemann with the chamber orchestra of the Regensburg Theater in 2017, the F major Concerto for solo flute from A. Vivaldi with the chamber orchestra of the early music department of the Mozarteum University in 2018. Teaching experiences could be collected since 2009 in the Yamaha Music School, Linz, where Petra learned the Yamaha teaching method. In a public music school in Szigetszentmiklós, where she was teaching for one year, she learned the Hungarian teaching method and the Kodály method. In Austrian state music schools she could experience the proper way to share her enthusiasm and knowledge of music with pupils of all ages during her practical studies and working there later. Petra now teaches in the Reiman Akademie in Linz and gives private lessons beside being a freelance musician.
Online private flute / Baroque flute /
music theory lessons
with Petra Asztalos
Venue: online via Skype or Zoom
Online private lessons available schedule:
Private lessons: Contact us for available times slots.
Specifications of lessons:
Purpose: prepare for
- conservatoire exam
- university exam
- to be concert soloist
Style of music:
from medieval music through baroque, classical and romantic to modern style
Languages of tuition would be: English, German, Hungarian
Prices and Conditions:
The first 20 minutes online lesson: 25 Euro
This lesson is a first meeting and introduction of the teacher and the student alike.
5 hour online lesson (60 minutes each) : 240 Euro
10 hour online lesson (60 minutes each): 480 Euro
We will send you all the payment information upon we received your registration, and our teacher accepted you as a student.
The possible methods of payment are: Paypal, Credit and Debit Card, Bank Transfer.
How to apply:
If you are interested, please fill in the following booking form.
Upon we received your application, we will answer you within 2 days with all the information you need, including payment details.
See registration form below.
Online Lesson and Masterclass Policy:
Lesson Cancellation and Refund:
There is no refund on unused or cancelled lessons, but it is possible to rearrange the lesson time. If you need to cancel your lesson, let us know at least 24 hours prior. Then we can re-arrange it to a later suitable time. If you don’t cancel the lesson within 24 hours, then the payment is non-refundable.
If you are under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must give a signed grant permission for the lessons (documents will be sent by email), and your parent/guardian must be there with you on the 1st lesson.