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Aldeburgh Young Musicians provides training and artist development opportunities for young people aged 8-18 who can demonstrate exceptional musical talent and potential, irrespective of means, social or ethnic background. The upper age limit to join ...
Aldeburgh Young Musicians provides training and artist development opportunities for young people aged 8-18 who can demonstrate exceptional musical talent and potential, irrespective of means, social or ethnic background.
The upper age limit to join the scheme initially is 16, but once you have joined you can stay until you are 18. Whilst the scheme is primarily assisting those living in the Eastern region, a number of places are available for national and international students.
Application is through an audition process. Through performance, rehearsal techniques, musical awareness, aural perception and interview, successful candidates will demonstrate not only exceptional musical talent and commitment, but also clear potential to develop as a musician and the capacity to benefit from the opportunities provided by Aldeburgh Young Musicians.
Students may apply for audition independently, or through recommendation by the Music Service, their school, or private instrumental teacher.
Young composers are asked to submit a score or recording (CD/DVD/MP3 file) of some of their most recent work.
The closing date for applications is 10 February 2014. Click the link to apply http://www.aldeburgh.co.uk/aym/how_to_apply
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