online meetings for musicians
COFFEE WITH WINNERS


ASK YOUR QUESTIONS, GET ANSWERS AND PRACTICAL TIPS FROM THE WINNERS OF THE WORLD'S MAJOR MUSIC COMPETITIONS
When?

MONTHLY
at 15:00 European time
Where?

ONLINE
How much?

FREE FOR THE FIRST MEETING

Then 17 Euro per meeting
Dear musicians and music lovers,

the meeting with the winner of over 30 music competitions, concert pianist and conductor Stanislav KHRISTENKO was held on October 9th, 2019.

It lasted 1h 40 minutes, here are just some excerpts:
The next meeting will be held on November 7th. An absolutely AMAZING artist Alexander YAKOVLEV will be our speaker.

Just imagine: he won over 60 First Prizes at international music competitions.

Can there be a better chance to understand how a winner's mind works and how you can use his tips for your goals?
We offer you a unique opportunity to come to our meeting FOR FREE. You can test it and see whether you really get useful things for yourself from these conversations.

This is a limited offer. Sign up using the form below and we WILL NOT CHARGE you anything.
Upcoming meetings:
November 7th, 2019
Alexander YAKOVLEV
First prize winner of over 60 (!) piano competitions. What is the winner's mindset?
December 6th, 2019
Yaron KOHLBERG
Winner of the "Top of the world", "Parnassos" and the Cleveland piano competition, who became its President at the age of 35. How to make a great career in the musical world?
January 29th, 2020
Alena BAEVA
Winner of the Wieniawski violin competition. An artist of a great talent who constantly works on herself and could reach the world's biggest concert halls - despite being born in a little town
February 19th, 2020
Klaus HELLWIG
The teacher who brought over 100 prizewinners of the biggest competitions to their victories. Is there a formula for success?
March 12th, 2020
Kotaro FUKUMA
The artist who has released 14 albums and performs in different countries every 5 days. The winner of the Cleveland piano competition. What is the key to efficiency?
April 9th, 2020
Andrei KOROBEINIKOV
A fail at a competition made him famous. Now he performs in 40 countries of the world. How did he do that?
May 27th, 2020
Alexander KOBRIN
A person who never failed in any competition.
Winner of the Van Cliburn, Ferruccio Busoni, Glasgow and Hamamatsu competitions. What is the secret?
June 11th, 2020
Severin von ECKARDSTEIN
The winner of the Queen Elisabeth competition in Brussels. At the peak of his career he escaped to a desert and came back as a different person. Why did he do that and how can such decisions change the life?
AUGUST 4th, 2020
Alina POGOSTKINA
Being one of the most famous violinists of the world and the winner of the Sibelius violin competition, she has devoted herself to help others to find their own path. How to make music mindful?
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Alexander YAKOVLEV
First prize winner of over 60 (!) piano competitions. What is the winner's mindset?
November 7th, 2019
Yaron KOHLBERG
Winner of the "Top of the world", "Parnassos" and the Cleveland piano competition, who became its President at the age of 35. How to make a great career in the musical world?
December 6th, 2019
Alena BAEVA
Winner of the Wieniawski violin competition. An artist of a great talent who constantly works on herself, and could reach the world's biggest concert halls - despite being born in a little town
January 29th, 2020
Klaus HELLWIG
The teacher who brought over 100 prizewinners of the biggest competitions to their victories. Is there a formula for success?
February 19th, 2020
Kotaro FUKUMA
The artist who has released 14 albums and performs in different countries every 5 days. The winner of the Cleveland piano competition. What is the key to efficiency?
March 12th, 2020
Andrei KOROBEINIKOV
A fail at a competition made him famous. Now he performs in 40 countries of the world. How did he do that?
April 9th, 2020
Alexander KOBRIN
A person who never failed in any competition.
Winner of the Van Cliburn, Ferruccio Busoni, Glasgow and Hamamatsu competitions. What is the secret?
May 27th, 2020
Severin von ECKARDSTEIN
The winner of the Queen Elisabeth competition in Brussels. At the peak of his career he escaped to a desert and came back as a different person. Why did he do that and how can such decisions change the life?
June 11th, 2020
Alina POGOSTKINA
Being one of the most famous violinists of the world and the winner of the Sibelius violin competition, she has devoted herself to help others to find their own path. How to make music mindful?
AUGUST 4TH, 2020
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How is it held?

After signing up, you will receive an e-mail from us with data for your access to the educational platform and all the technical details. We will send you the schedule of all the upcoming meetings. Before each meeting we will remind you about it again so that you do not miss it.

We meet using the Zoom application. It is free and available for all platforms - iOS, Android, PC or Mac. This is like Skype, but for a bigger audience. It is free and easy to use.

One hour before the webinar we will send you a link. You just click on it and get into the webinar room where we meet. You see the speaker and the hosts, take part in the meeting and can ask your questions.

In which language is it held?

The meetings are held in English, as we invite speakers from different countries. Our task is to show unique approaches of prominent people from different cultures, that you cannot reach if you live in one country. Our webinars are designed for people for whom English is a foreign language. We specifically bespeak this with all the artists, so that the language is simple and understandable. Therefore, to benefit from the meetings, it is enough to have at least an elementary level of English.

How long does each meeting last?

Usually, our webinars last from 60 to 90 minutes, depending on the number of additional questions.

How often do webinars take place?

Once a month.

Do I need to register for each next meeting again?

No, it isn't necessary. After you have signed up for a series of webinars, we will inform you of every next meeting. The price for participation remains unchanged: 5 euros per month. The payment for every next meeting is made automatically.

How can I unsubscribe if I don't like it?

Just write us an e-mail and we unsubscribe you.
If you benefit from a 30-day testing period, don't forget to write us before it ends. After your subscription has started you can sign out after 3 months.

What if I can't attend?

It's okay as all of our meetings are recorded. If any thoughts were of particular interest to you, you can always watch the recording of the meeting again. Your access to the recordings of all meetings is maintained while you remain a part of our community.

How can I ask an artist a question?

You can ask questions right during the webinar. We see them in the chat of the webinar room, and our artists respond to them. But taking into account that our community is growing very fast, we have introduced a possibility to send your questions in advance by e-mail in order to make sure we have enough time at the meeting to answer to your question.

And if I don't have a computer at my disposal at the time of the webinar?

This is not a problem. Our webinars are held using the most advanced platform. You can access them from your smartphone, tablet or computer. Many people even do it on the go. Webinars work in all modern browsers: Chrome, Safari, Mozilla, Opera and so on.

What should I do if I can't get to the webinar or if something doesn't work?

If you were able to access this page, then you know how to use a browser. And you don't need anything else to attend our webinars! If suddenly you have got any problems, our technical support specialists will solve them together with you.
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