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Serafin String Quartet
Members of the Serafin String Quartet, UD's quartet-in-residence, present a 2-day workshop in January for 20 advanced students (high school and college undergraduate level). All accepted participants will receive a full scholarship for workshop session. Costs for travel, accommodations and meals (other than those provided by workshop) are the responsibility of the participants.
All participants perform in
public master classes, receive a private lesson (or chamber ensemble
coaching if applying as a pre-formed group), and chamber music coaching.
Class participants will be selected by judges to participate in a
public performance on the last day of the Workshop. CASH prizes ($300,
$200 and $100) will be awarded to three participants at the discretion
of the judges.
FIRST - Apply and submit and $25 non-refundable application fee by January 5, 2017.
SECOND – Send video recording as a Youtube or Vimeo link to Prof. Lawrence Stomberg, firstname.lastname@example.org. Include two contrasting movements/short works (max 12 min). Ensembles should send ONLY their ensemble performing two contrasting works, not individual performance videos.
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