International Program, ages 20-30

For Preprofessional String Players and Pianists

Gilbert Kalish, Co-Director
Arnaud Sussmann, Co-Director

This three-and-a-half-week program offers approximately eleven outstanding conservatory-level musicians a multitude of opportunities to develop their technical and interpretive skills under the tutelage of world-class chamber music coaches and educators. Students have a rigorous schedule consisting of rehearsals, coachings, and master classes, culminating in multiple performances on Music@Menlo’s main stages. International Program students are chosen by application and audition to work on a daily basis with the festival’s renowned artist-faculty in an intensive exploration of the chamber music repertoire and to participate in a variety of seminars focusing on the issues and questions facing today’s young musicians. Students are given free admission to all festival concerts and lectures and are encouraged to attend as many of these events as possible.

Tuition
Full fellowship is provided, including housing with host families. Participants are responsible for their own travel costs to/from the Bay Area.

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