From July 5 to 10, 2021
February 1, 2021
Applications received after the deadline will be accepted and processed if space allows.
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The virtual clarinet session emphasizes solo practice, personal work strategies and discussion with peers. This six-day program proposes to advanced level clarinetists (aged 16 and over) a personalized pedagogical approach in a collaborative context.
The program consists of individual lessons, masterclasses, group classes, thematic workshops and discussion sessions.
Guest Teacher: Olli Leppäniemi
Participate in the virtual information sessions:
December 11, 2020 – Open-house day - Free masterclasses with Ole Kristian Dahl, bassoon
December 8, 2020 – Woodwind information kiosk
January 13, 2021 – FAQ - Frequently asked questions kiosk
January 22, 2021 – Open-house day - Free masterclasses with Nathan Hugues, oboe
For further details, refer to: Session information
Complete all steps of the online application form, pay the registration fee and provide the audition materiel by February 1, 2021.
In the scholarship awarding process, the evaluation committee will consider the quality of the audition material, the excellent nature of the candidate’s file as well as the student’s motivation letter.
If you wish to apply for the enhanced content segment, please check the corresponding box on the application form.
Application deadline – January 25, 2021
The status of students, who had applied for the 2020 summer session and who received an admission confirmation, is maintained and postponed to the summer of 2021. The CAN$80 registration fee paid in 2020 for sessions that were cancelled are carried over to 2021 as well. No registration fee will be required with your new application.
If you were admitted to a 2020 summer session, you will be automatically admitted to the 2021 summer session as long as you apply before January 25, 2021. If you were awarded a scholarship in 2020 for a session that was cancelled, the amount of the scholarship will automatically be awarded for the 2021 summer session as long as you apply before January 25, 2021.
If you were registered for a 2020 summer session and were unable to prepare new audition material because of the Covid-19 physical distancing restrictions, we can consider your 2020 audition material for the 2021 summer session.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com for all questions concerning the deferral of your 2020 status.
Please upload two separate recent videos* (less than 12 months), clearly labeled, fulfilling the following requirements:
All the documents must be uploaded at the last step of the application form (step 5).
*Video link (one link per piece or a single link with different works); public or unlisted YouTube, Vimeo or DropBox links or any other link directly accessible without a password and clearly labeled
The student must submit the repertoire that he or she would like to work on or improve during the session by uploading the details (titles, composers and edition) to Your Profile (Step 5) by May 1, 2021 at the latest. You must be prepared to play the repertoire during masterclasses.
All the students can attend daily masterclasses. Generally, one or two masterclasses per week as long as the professors judge that their level of practice and preparation is sufficient. It is each student’s responsibility to prepare their chosen repertoire adequately.
N.B.: It is strictly forbidden to record or take photos during masterclasses without the guest musician’s prior approval, should this be the case, these recordings or photos must be kept solely for your private use.
Participants in the regular program typically receive one to two individual lessons per week with the faculty professor of their choice.
We will try to favour a student’s first choice of professor but depending on circumstances and available spots in the classes, a student could be assigned his second or third choice of professor.
To confirm and reserve your place a first deposit, a non-refundable fee covering about half the cost of your session is required within seven (7) days following your acceptance letter and invoice.
The second payment is due no later than May 1, 2021.
Le Domaine Forget de Charlevoix reserves the right to cancel any program if circumstances demand it. All fees already paid will then be reimbursed. Registration fees are non-refundable.
Le Domaine Forget de Charlevoix will retain 50% of the second payment in case of cancellation of your registration.
No refunds possible after May 2, 2021.
Domaine Forget uses Paypal for secure payments. Email confirmation (in addition to the automated PayPal notification email) will be sent as soon as possible, once payment has been confirmed. Payment confirmation may take a few days. Remember: You must enter the amount you wish to pay and the full name of the registering student.