Definition of master class in English:

master class

Syllabification: mas·ter class
(also masterclass)

noun

A class, especially in music, given by an expert to highly talented students.
More example sentences
  • For many years he held masterclasses at the Conservatoire de Paris and Helskinki's Sibelius Academy.
  • He has taught many students at all levels, giving countless masterclasses and lectures, and performing at many festivals.
  • The February event includes masterclasses in traditional music, singing and set dancing along with a celebrity concert.

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