Enjoy collaboration with others who love playing classical music as much as you do! All levels are welcome. No audition required. Participants learn from distinguished faculty, friendly professional musicians, and, in many groups, play side-by-side with select Curtis students. Key dates: Save $60 by registering before Friday, January 17, 2020. Registration closes Friday March 6,2020 at noon EST.https://www.curtis.edu/summerfest/chamber-music-and-orchestra/about/
Register now for the 2020 American Viola Society Festival! Held on June 3-6, 2020 at the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center at The University of Tennessee in Knoxville, the festival features established and emerging viola performers, educators, composers, scholars, luthiers, and enthusiasts in a wide variety of performances, masterclasses, lectures, workshops, seminars, and exhibits – plus unique social events to help you explore Knoxville with viola friends old and new! Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to experience an AVS Festival within driving distance of much of the Eastern US. For more information and to register, click here!http://www.americanviolasociety.org/News-And-Events/AVS-Festival.php
Immerse yourself in the challenging world of chamber music with a one-week intensive program. The program offers daily coaching, master classes, seminars and performance opportunities from our world-class faculty and is open to string, woodwind (including saxophone), brass, and percussion players. Rising high school junior and senior student instrumentalists are encouraged to apply.
Acclaimed new music chamber group, Ensemble Dal Niente, joins the DePaul Composition faculty for a week-long residency program featuring distinguished guest composer Hilda Parades. During this week, young composers and performers will have opportunities to collaborate on new projects, work side-by-side with Ensemble Dal Niente musicians, participate in master classes and receive individualized feedback. Projects realized during the residency will be performed in evening concerts. Current undergraduate and graduate-level student composers and performers of new music are encouraged to apply.
Challenge yourself to grow in an intensive conservatory environment. The three-week course features personalized attention from celebrated faculty, many of whom are Curtis alumni with thriving pedagogical or performance careers. A comprehensive musical schedule includes private lessons, diverse ensembles, opportunities to perform, and more. Musicians aged 14 to 22 who have studied privately at the advanced level are encouraged to apply.https://www.curtis.edu/summerfest/young-artist-summer-program3/about/