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The inaugural Guide to Summer Camps, Institutes & Programs includes key information about more than 170 programs and is designed for ages seven to 70—teachers and parents looking for a summer arts program for their charges, high school students en route to the conservatory and those on their way to a professional career.
The Guide is also directed to those for whom the arts is an avocation, looking to hone or rekindle their chops over a summer vacation.
In a special feature article, we examine two summertime young-artist programs, one domestic and one foreign: Glimmerglass and the Aix-en-Provence Festival’s Académie.
They share only two characteristics: their focus on opera and their sterling reputations. Glimmerglass is far smaller and also younger, but they have the same goal: training the artists of tomorrow by enabling them to work under and play—in every sense—with the pros of today.
The new Guide to Music Schools puts critical, in-depth information about more than 50 music schools and conservatories at your fingertips: audition requirements, post-graduate assistance programs, size of the student body, musical degrees offered, number of full time and adjunct faculty, tuition and number of scholarships awarded—as well as all the needed contact information and particulars.
Competitions may be controversial, grueling and, in the end, heart-breaking, but there’s no denying that winning one can launch a major career.
Culled from the hundreds of competitions in our database, we’ve come up with a select list; in it you'll find information on frequency, deadlines, disciplines, semifinal and finals dates, eligibility, awards options (such as performances, management, and recordings), and much more.
In Cool Case Studies, we focus on five organizations doing just that, in ways we think are particularly inventive.
For those still unsure of where they’ll land in September 2015, Musical America's editors have compiled a guide of 51 top music schools and conservatories around the world, selected from the 1,278 listed in the Musical America Directory.
ute out of moth balls and head to Baltimore for the BSO Academy. We've combed through our database of 500-plus listings of national and international competitions to come up with a special list, chosen either by virtue of their prize monies, their prestige, their unusual nature, or a some combination of these attributes.