An online tool and app for smartphones and tablets, DakApp combines new multimedia tools with some of the world’s most prestigious classical musicians, providing you with an easy-to-use platform to access their wide-ranging knowledge.
Internationally renowned conductors, instrumentalists and teachers form the core of DakApp’s educational team, drawn by DakApp’s revolutionary way of linking the classical music sphere with state-of-the-art 21st century technologies. Among those who have already signed up to be part of DakApp’s team are artists such as Leonidas Kavakos, Gautier Capuçon, Boris Brovtsyn, Diemut Poppen, Wolfgang Boettcher, and Jean Guihen Queyras.
DakApp addresses the educational needs of its users, offering an accessible and unique learning model for amateurs, young professionals, and music-lovers alike. As a teaching tool, DakApp has therefore proven to be an innovative learning method, giving students the chance to access and be enriched by the thoughts, playing and influence of countless high profile musical minds, with a view to helping them discover and develop their own musical personality.
DakApp users are provided with a vast repertoire organised under different sections such as “Teachers” or “Instruments”, which consist of:
Masterclass. Full-HD video masterclasses with the most exclusive and prestigious teachers from the international classical music scene;
Analysis. Harmonic and melodic analysis of the scores chosen for presentation in the masterclass;
Musicology. Academic research that delves into the interpretative evolution and historical, political and geographical context of the work in question;
Interview. Interview with the masterclass’ teacher.
All content is available in several languages.
DakApp also offers its users the chance to create a personal profile quickly and easily, from where they will be able to state their studies and professional experience. These profiles allow the user to contact DakApp’s teachers directly through a Q&A panel – providing a unique opportunity to connect with some of classical music’s brightest stars.