*An application fee of $30 applies to all applications.
Applicants to the Conducting Fellows track should be experienced conductors in the early stages of their careers or currently working toward completing a degree in a graduate conducting program. Applicants should be capable of working with advanced repertoire and singers. Components of the application are listed below
Applicants to the Young Artist track should be skilled singers in the beginning stages of their career—from undergraduate/graduate voice and choral music students to young professionals. Applicants should ideally be comfortable singing solo pieces in addition to ensemble singing. Components of the application are listed below
Developing Conductor applicants should submit a completed application, letter of interest, CV, and short video demonstrating their gestural skills. Developing conductors observe all rehearsals, attend track-specific sessions to discuss gesture, rehearsal technique, and ensemble/organizational leadership. Developing Conductors should study all scores as though they were actively conducting to gain the maximum benefit.
There is also an option to audit the masterclass as an observer. Auditors are able to observe discussions and all rehearsals with the choir. It is recommended that Auditors study all scores as though they were conducting to gain the maximum benefit. Applicants should submit a completed application, letter of interest and CV. Auditors may register through May 1.