Find out how the Saline royale Academy's master classes are recorded and the purpose of these recordings.
During the academy weeks, some masterclasses are held in high quality recording studios. Soundproof and equipped with HD recording facilities, a device consisting of 4 cameras and several microphones in order to capture the voices and instruments in the best possible way. These recordings allow to immortalize the teaching transmitted between the teacher and his student.
For the students of our academy, it is an opportunity to train to play in front of cameras, to learn to manage stress and to take advantage of learning conditions close to concerts, competitions and recordings that they will be able to realize during their career.Discover the academies
Create the most complete and prestigious international catalog of filmed masterclasses of classical and baroque music.
Offer a chance to young musicians from all over the world to realize their dream and open their career to the international market by following the teachings of the greatest Masters of music during the Saline royale Academy at the Saline Royale d'Arc-et-Senans (France), and by accessing 24 hours a day, without constraint or limit, to the excellence of the on-line musical teaching.
To save, in high definition, the exceptional heritage represented by the richness and diversity of the teachings and techniques of the greatest masters, in the face of the standardization of games and styles.
The recorded masterclasses are accessible on our online platform thanks to our immersive video player. This player is composed of 4 camera streams, combined in a single video so that the user can follow the teacher, the student, the game, the general atmosphere without any break in the image and sound.View our catalog
The recording studios of the Saline royale Academy will be located in the heart of the Saline royale of Arc-et-Senans, an architectural site classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, also the scene of our academies. These will take place in the East Bern, former salt production site during the 18th century. Beyond the studio dedicated to recording, it is a working and living space where our teachers and students will evolve. The 1000m2 will include 4 group classrooms, 6 recording studios with upright pianos, 4 fully equipped soundproof studios and 1 space dedicated to relaxation and exchange.