Applications now open for VSOIW 2016

  • Participant
    Elizabeth Volpé Bligh on #191631

    The 2016 VSO Institute at Whistler will be starting on June 26, and going to July 5. Repertoire includes Richard Strauss’s Don Juan!
    We will offer students, ages 15-25, a once-in-a-lifetime, comprehensive, and nurturing orchestral training program. Musical opportunities will abound, as all of our students play in the Whistler Institute Orchestra, rehearse and perform in chamber ensembles, participate in masterclasses and repertoire classes, and receive instrument-specific instruction. Student and faculty recitals, as well as a performance by the Whistler Institute Orchestra, will highlight an intense, fulfilling, and exciting summer music adventure. Elizabeth Volpé Bligh will be coaching the harp students.
    Here is the link to the harp auditions:
    http://www.vsoinstitute.ca/about-vsoiw/

    http://www.vsoinstitute.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/VSOIW-2016-Audition-Repertoire-HARP.pdf

    Participant
    Elizabeth Volpé Bligh on #191637

    Here is more information on VSOIW:
    Vancouver Symphony Orchestral Institute at Whistler, Whistler, BC, Canada, 604-684-9100 ext 246, website (www.vsoinstitute.ca)
    June 26 – July 5, 2016
    THE VANCOUVER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAL INSTITUTE AT WHISTLER offers young musicians an experience and education like no other, joining together the GRAMMY® and JUNO Award-winning VSO with Whistler, one of the world’s finest mountain resorts. Students will be immersed in a collaborative musical environment alongside and mentored by a world class symphony orchestra, under the direction of the VSO’s internationally acclaimed music director, Maestro Bramwell Tovey. Participation in the Whistler Institute Orchestra, chamber music, individual and group coachings, as well as a variety of unique performance opportunities will fill students’ warm summer days and cool, refreshing evenings in the mountains of beautiful British Columbia in Canada. Whistler Institute Orchestra 2016 program includes Richard Strauss’ Don Juan.

    Participant
    Elizabeth Volpé Bligh on #195654

    Due to illness, I had to cancel my participation in VSOIW this summer. Michelle Gott kindly agreed to take over this session.

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