Arianna Chamber Music Festival
May 28, 2019 - June 07, 2019
Saint Louis, MO United States

Hosted by the Arianna String Quartet, ACMF is open to violinists, violists, and cellists seeking an engaging learning environment that focuses on developing the complete musician through chamber music repertoire. Students in high school as well as young professionals benefit from the program at ACMF in its intensive but supportive atmosphere. The ASQ offers students a place to develop their musicianship and technique with helpful and inspiring methods for decision-making and problem-solving. Students leave with new perspective and understanding, empowered not only in the string quartet, but beyond: in one's practice and performances of solo and orchestral work, and in extra-musical collaborations and disciplines. High school and college age students may audition as preformed ensembles, or as individuals for placement into chamber groups. Accepting applications now until March 15.

Round Top Music Festival
June 02, 2019 - July 14, 2019
Round Top, TX

The Round Top Festival Institute offers six weeks of intensive training for talented, pre-professional musicians born before December 31, 2001, seeking a transition from conservatories and universities to a professional career. Symphony orchestra, chamber orchestra, chamber music and solo repertoire are included in this concentrated 6-week program.

Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival
June 23, 2019 - July 22, 2019
Burlington, VT United States

This intensive four-week program of solo and chamber music study welcomes string players ages 14-30 into an atmosphere of focused professionalism, with daily individual practice and chamber music rehearsals, six lessons, six ensemble coachings, master classes, faculty concert series and extensive student performance opportunities. Online application; scholarships available.

Curtis Summerfest Young Artist Summer Program
July 13, 2019 - August 03, 2019
Philadelphia, PA United States

Experience conservatory-style living with a rigorous musical schedule and opportunities to perform in an intimate, challenging, and supportive environment. The three-week course features personalized attention from celebrated faculty, many of whom are Curtis alumni with thriving pedagogical or performance careers. Musicians aged 14 to 22 who have studied privately at the advanced level are welcome to apply.