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New Music Workshop Application Information
DEADLINE: All applications must be COMPLETE and all parts RECEIVED
by 4:00PM (Eastern Standard Time) on Thursday, January 19, 2017
The Yale School of Music – Norfolk Chamber Music Festival will accept applications for the New Music Workshop (June 22 – July 1, 2017) from individual composers. Participants are selected on the basis of ability and supporting materials. All participants of the New Music Workshop will receive an Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship covering the full cost of tuition, housing and meals.
All composer applicants must follow the application procedures.
New Music Workshop applicants will receive their results on or before March 31, 2017. The registration fee of $300 must be paid within ten days of acceptance to secure one’s place. This fee is refundable upon successful completion of the program, subject to deductions in the event of loss or damage to property.
HOW TO APPLY
All applications must be COMPLETE and all parts RECEIVED
by 4:00PM on Thursday, January 19, 2017
A COMPLETE APPLICATION MUST INCLUDE:
Online application form (Available November, 2016)
Applications can be started and then saved to be continued at a later time.
|2||Audition recordings (audio or video) of three compositions (including scores) must be uploaded as part of the application.
DVDs and video uploaded to Youtube, Vimeo, etc. will not be accepted.
|3||Scores of three works (including audio or video recording) must be uploaded as part of the application. Scores mailed will not be returned.|
Two letters of recommendation (written after 1/1/16)
After adding your recommender’s email to the Recommendation Section of the application, an email will be automattically generated and sent him/her to complete. The recommendation will then be automaically uploaded to your application.
A list of works written including instrumentation and if the work has been performed, coached or rehearsed.
|6||Résumé or CV reflecting experience and studies (Upload as part of application)|
|7||Non-refundable $80 application fee (Upload as part of application)|
|REGISTRATION FEE||$300 (refundable)
|TUITION, HOUSING & MEALS||All session participants will receive an Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship.
The Fellowship covers the full cost of tuition, housing and meals.
|TRAVEL STIPENDS||Travel stipends are not available.|
|Repertoire should demonstrate variety and flexibility. If you have any questions about repertoire please call the Norfolk office at 860.542.3000.|
|Composers||Upload scores and recordings of three works. Scores submitted by mail will not be returned.|
|Composers will audition for the New Music Workshop via recording only. Recordings of poor quality will NOT be evaluated.
If you have any questions about the technical requirements of the application, please call the Norfolk office at 860.542.3000
|Composers will audition for the New Music Workshop via recording only. Live auditions will not be held.|
|Candidates will be mailed notification of the outcome of their application on or before March 31, 2017. The registration fee of $300 must be paid by credit card within ten days of acceptance to secure one’s position. The fee will be refunded after completion of the program subject to deductions in the event of damage or loss to any property. All registration fees are required upon acceptance of Fellowship.
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