Adult Amateur Chamber Music Program
2020 TEACHING FACULTY
PIANO & CHAMBER MUSIC
Stijn De Cock, piano
Svetozar Ivanov, piano
Adult Amateur Program Director
Nardo Poy, viola
2020 ASSOCIATE FACULTY
Christina Adams, violin
Bennett Astrove, violin
Lindsey Jones, violin
Sungho Jung, violin
Ashton Chen, cello
FEES & DEADLINES
The 2020 Adult Amateur Chamber Music Program at the Brancaleoni International Music Festival will take place from July 19-25. This unique program offers adult pianists and string players the opportunity to study with our internationally renowned artist-faculty. Surrounded by the beauty and majesty of the 13th-century Brancaleoni Castle, participants will collaborate with fellow pianists, string players, and associate faculty drawn from our premier festival participants. Groups will coach with distinguished international faculty and perform on the festival’s concert series.
Pre-formed groups as well as individual string players and pianists are invited to apply. Participants will receive private lessons and will enjoy lectures and workshops by Artist-Faculty.
All rehearsals, lessons, classes, and concerts take place at the Brancaleoni Castle, in the charming town of Piobbico (about 2 hours southeast from Florence and 1.5 hours south of Bologna). Program participants will experience the local culture through Italian language and culture classes, as well as an Italian cooking class. Join us this summer season and immerse yourself in the music and culture of this exquisite region.
Your tax-deductible tuition supports the scholarship fund for the Emerging Artists of our Piano and Strings Chamber Music Division.
2021 information coming by February 1, 2021.
HOW TO APPLY
Click here to apply to the 2020 BIMF Adult Amateur Chamber Music Program
No recording is needed for applicants to the Adult Amateur Chamber Music Program. For questions regarding the application process, please contact Dr. Svetozar Ivanov at firstname.lastname@example.org
Includes housing in a fully furnished apartment, lessons, coachings, concerts, Italian language and cooking class, and the Chamber Music Literature course. Full tuition payment is due by May 1st, 2020.
Deposits are accepted on a rolling basis. Participants are encouraged to submit the deposit within one week of admission notification. Accepted deposits or full tuition payments formally guarantee participation in the festival. The deposit amount will be credited towards tuition.