From May 31 to June 13, 2020
February 15, 2020
Applications received after the deadline will be accepted and processed if space allows.
June 7 to 13
May 31 to June 13
May 31 to June 13
May 31 to June 13
This two week program proposes to advanced level trombonists (aged 16 and over) a personalized pedagogical approach in a collaborative context. The Horn session emphasizes solo practice and chamber music.
This segment is designed for very advanced students or young professionals whose file stands out due to its quality and its exceptional nature and who wish to work in depth on their repertoire in preparation of a recital, contest or audition.
A limited number of students will be accepted (maximum 3 per program) to the enhanced content and will automatically receive a scholarship worth approximately $1,000 CDN (two-week session).
If you wish to apply to the enhanced content, you must also submit an additional recording of an imposed work, a biography or résumé. (See request for admission heading)
Complete all steps of the online application form, pay the registration fee and provide the audition materiel by February 15, 2020.
If you wish to apply for the enhanced content segment, please check the corresponding box on the application form.
Please upload two separate recent videos* (less than 12 months) clearly labeled, fulfilling the following requirements:
Please upload three 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 Friday, May 1, 2020 at the latest. You must be prepared to play the repertoire during masterclasses.
All the students can play in masterclasses with the guest musician 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.
The guest professors will only give private lessons to the participants in the enriched content segment. Participants in the regular program will work in private lessons 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.
Chamber music is optional, however it’s indispensable to anyone who’s planning a musical career. It’s an essential aspect of the program that offers many opportunities of performing in the various Academy concerts. Due to logistics, it’s important to remember that a student who does manifest the desire to join a chamber music ensemble will not be permitted to withdraw from his or her assigned group. Ensembles are assigned approximately two weeks before the beginning of a session.
Rehearsals with the pianists
Students must bring photocopies of the piano scores of the works they will work on in masterclasses and give them to the pianists at the beginning of the session. These photocopies must be already inserted in a black binder. Access to piano accompaniment will be available to the students who will play in masterclasses. Depending on the pianists’ schedules other students may be able to receive some coaching with them.
Academy concerts or ‘’Domaine on the Road’’ series
All chamber music groups will have the opportunity to perform in Academy concerts or in the ‘’Domaine on the Road’’ series as long their teachers deem them ready. The faculty and artistic management could select certain students to give a solo performance at one of these concerts.
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.
Each participant must fully insure his/her instrument for the entire length of his/her session. Unfortunately, Domaine Forget does not rent or loan musical instruments.
Arrival: Sunday, May 31, 2020 as of 2PM (classes begin on Monday)
Departure: Saturday, June 13, 2020 after breakfast
Transportation is the student’s responsibility, for all the details, go to Plan your internship.
One day*: $100 CDN
*Lunch included; excludes accommodation, concert ticket and evening meal.
To confirm and reserve your place, a first deposit, non-refundable fee covering half of the full amount for your internship is required within seven (7) days, following your acceptance letter and invoice.
The second payment is due no later than May 1, 2020.
A $50 fee will be charged for any change, on dates, or duration of your stay. Failure to comply with these terms, will result for the accepted student the lost of his/her reserved place. Le Domaine Forget reserves the right to cancel any program if circumstances demands it.
Le Domaine Forget will retain 50% of the second payment in case of cancellation of your registration. No refund will be made after May 2, 2020.
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