MUSEG Organ Course 2024 will take place from July 22nd to 28th, with professors Bálint Karosi and Ángel Montero. Organ classes will take place between July 22nd  and 26th. The course will culminate with the Organ Route, a series of concerts that will take place during the festival in different churches of the province of Segovia.

Participants in the organ courses will have the opportunity to play on the Organ Route, and to practice throughout the week on the different organs that will be used for the concerts.

information about the Course

PROFESSORS: Bálint Karosi and Ángel Montero.



The MUSEG 2024 Organ Course will take place from July 22nd to 26th in Segovia, Spain. It is open for professional performers, graduates, and organ students.

The course offers 8 places for active students and 15 for audit students.


– July 22nd to 26th: Organ course. The lessons will take place in the organs of Segovia’s Cathedral and in the churches of AbadesEl EspinarSangarcía or Martin Miguel.

– July 27th and 28th: students will participate in the “Ruta del Órgano”, a series of student concerts that will take place in the churches mentioned above.


For more information about the repertoire or the content of the courses, you can contact us by email:



Each active participant may bring a free program, with works to choose from the next items. The course organization may send scores from the music to the active participants, it this were necessary.

Professor: Ángel Montero

Iberian Music from 16th to 18th centuries

Composers: Antonio de Cabezón, Francisco Correa de Arauxo, Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia, Manuel Rodrigues Coelho, Pedro de Araujo, Pablo Bruna, José Ximénez, Juan B. Cabanilles, Vicente Rodríguez, José Lidón, Antonio Soler, Narciso Casanoves, Félix Máximo López, José de Torres, etc., as well as Anonymous music compilated by Antonio Martín y Coll or other sources.

Professor: Balint Karosi

Contemporary Music for Iberian Historical Organs

Composers: Guy Bovet, Ángel Oliver Pina, Robert M. Helmschrott, Juan Alfonso García, José Mª Sánchez Verdú, Manuel Castillo, Michael Kapsner, Pavel Klimashevsky, Zsigmond Szathmáry, Alfred Müller-Kranich, Joris Verdin, João P. Oliveira, Luis Pedro Braviz Coarsa, Naji Hakim, Balint Karosi, etc.

Free Manualiter repertoire. Each active participant may prepare manualiter music from his own choice, from all periods and styles, but considering the disposition of the organs where the lesson will take place (historical instruments with meantone temperament and without pedals). For example: J. P. Sweelinck, G. Gabrieli, G. Frescobaldi, C. Merulo, manualiter works by J. S. Bach, etc.

Prof. Ángel Montero. The tiento in Iberian music of the 16th and 17th centuries. Organic music from Spanish classicism of the 18th century.

Suggested Authors: Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566), Sebastián Aguilera de Heredia (1561-1627), Francisco Correa de Arauxo (1584-1654), Pablo Bruna (1611-1679), Juan Cabanilles (1644-1712), José Ximénez (1600-1672), Antonio Soler (1729-1783), José Lidón (1748-1827).



Professor: Balint Karosi

Improvisation will be approachd from the perspective of historical models, drawing on sources such as Nova instruction, by Johann Nenning ‘Spiridione’ (1615-1685).

Prior knowledge of Harmony and Bass Continuo is required to participate in this section of the course.



Historical treatrises and sources will be analyzed. Early fingerings, articulation, tempo and tactus, ornamentation, registration, etc., will be discussed around the historical performance practice at the instruments from 17th and 18th century, connected to the literature from part A).

course teachers:


Balint Karosi


Ángel Montero

For more information about the repertoire or the content of the courses, you can contact us by email:


The registration fee is €150 for active students and €100 for listening students.

The pre-registration deadline will be June, 21st. Once it is closed, we will contact all students by email to inform them about admission. Students who are not admitted as active will have preference as listening students.


Those interested in participating in the Course must send:

  • Online application.
  • Curriculum Vitae.
  • Link to a video of a (recent) performance, at least 5 minutes long (only for applicants as active students).

Active students:

Registration for active students will include:

  1. Organ classes every day of the course.
  2. Assistance as a listener to all organ classes.
  3. Accreditation diploma.
  4. Participation in concerts in the “Ruta del Organo“.
  5. One ticket for all the concerts of the 49 MUSEG – Festival Musical de Segovia that take place between July 22nd and 27th.

Listening students:

Registration for listening students includes:

  1. Assistance as a listener to all organ classes.
  2. Accreditation diploma.
  3. One ticket for all the concerts of the 49 MUSEG – Festival Musical de Segovia that take place between July 22nd to 27th.


We can offer information about different accommodation options to interested people, through the email

Registration form

Datos del inscrito/Student's data

Modalidad/Category: Activo/Active Oyente/Listener



D.N.I/Passport number:

Fecha de nacimiento/Date of birth:

Enlace al video/Link to a video recording:

Repertorio que te gustaría trabajar/Music program that you would like to work on during the course:


Curriculum Vitae (PDF):

Datos de contacto/Contact