Composition Festivals

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Yellow Barn Music School
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Scotia Music Festival
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soundSCAPE Composition Studies
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Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium
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Mizzou New Music Summer Festival
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New Music on the Point
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LA Philharmonic Composers Fellowship (2 Year Program)
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Lake George Music Festival Composition Competiton
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European American Musical Alliance Composition Program
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Hartwick Music Festival Composers Workshop

Yellow Barn Music School

Yellow Barn’s Young Artists Program brings together 28 outstanding young instrumentalists and composers from across the United States and abroad for a rigorous and exciting 18-day chamber music workshop that includes intensive study and three public performances. The challenging and supportive learning environment defines a daily schedule that offers coaching sessions, private lessons, public performances,[…]

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Scotia Music Festival

Scotia Festival of Music is an annual two-week chamber music festival held in Halifax, Nova Scotia, during the first two weeks of June, boasting over fifty public events. Featuring international talent of the highest caliber, the festival offers Highlight Concerts, Recitals, open rehearsals, masterclasses, coaching sessions, lectures, and more. Our Young Artist Program allows young gifted musicians[…]

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soundSCAPE Composition Studies

soundSCAPE facilitates the exchange of new music, ideas, and culture between musicians of tomorrow’s generation, providing an international platform for performances of new music. Now in its eighth season, the festival attracts composers and performers from around the world for two weeks of inspiring concerts, lectures, master classes, and workshops. At soundSCAPE, you have the[…]

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Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium

As ever, opportunities abound at the Grammy Award-winning Oregon Bach Festival—and especially this summer, when the focus of the Composers Symposium will be the performance of music by ALL of the participants in three series of public events: concerts (“New Beginnings”); readings (“Virgin Ears Workshops”); and improvisation sessions (“Wild Nights Cafes”). The performers will be[…]

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New Music on the Point

New Music On The Point encourages imaginative collaboration among composers, instrumentalists, and vocalists creating 21st century chamber music in a glorious setting on the shores of Lake Dunmore in Vermont. Our two-week program fosters contemporary chamber music in a relaxing environment where aspiring musicians may explore and grow. newmusiconthepoint.com

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LA Philharmonic Composers Fellowship (2 Year Program)

This innovative two year program gives passionate young composers the tools and the freedom to shape the future of music. Private and group composition lessons, seminars presented by LA Phil musicians, and encounters with professionals in the field, propel Fellows to excellence. Students experience the creative process from start to finish with the help of[…]

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European American Musical Alliance Composition Program

EAMA is a not for profit arts organization committed to fostering and promoting the classical arts. Its mission is to teach, to broaden the interest in the arts, and to present composers and performers of the highest caliber. EAMA offers summer music programs in Composition, Conducting and Chamber Music at the historic Schola Cantorum in[…]

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Hartwick Music Festival Composers Workshop

The HCSMF experience is rich with musical learning, exploration, and discovery. Students work closely with excellent faculty and guest artists and attend small workshops on a wide range of topics. There are opportunities to participate in large and small ensemble groups in a highly collaborative atmosphere. Each year about 120 qualified students are selected for[…]

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