You will be given your coaching schedule prior to the start of the program. It may not be possible to reschedule a coaching if one member of the group is missing.
Chamber participants are free to use the times they are not being coached for rehearsals, private practice, or break time. We encourage you to discuss this with one another and decide together.
Contact email@example.com in the spring to inquire.
We then provide this information to the accompanist.
Some flute choir works will be selected to perform on the final recital. All participants, including auditors, are welcome to perform in the flute choir.
Repertoire for flute ensembles and flute choir is determined during the program. There is no need to prepare this repertoire in advance.
A few harps are available to participants for loan during the course. Preference is given to performers coming from long distances.
If you wish to be considered for financial assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a simple financial assistance application. You will be required to upload this completed PDF document during the application process.
No recordings may be distributed online, including posting on social media accounts.
If you wish to be considered for financial assistance, please contact email@example.com for a simple financial assistance application. You will be required to upload this completed PDF document on the application.
Students and parents are urged to seek financial assistance from local sources such as school music organizations; county, state, or national music education organizations; youth orchestras and bands; music clubs; service clubs (Rotary, Kiwanas, etc.); businesses; local churches; and foundations.
Musicians bring solo repertoire of their choice to private lessons, master classes, and the concerto competition.
The pre-selected participants will be contacted prior to the program with details.
All participants are required to observe master classes specific to their instrument, and are also welcome to observe master classes for other instruments.
There is no language requirement for international applicants. For the best experience, however, we suggest a basic understanding of conversational English.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of nearby hotels.
Weekly participant recitals are free and open to the public.
Residential staff is available for outings to area shops and restaurants during select breaks and meal times.
Lenfest Hall offers a student lounge equipped with board games, a ping-pong table, couches, and a flat-screen TV for movie nights.
Residential staff offer excursions to some of Philadelphia’s many cultural attractions on Sunday afternoons.
Staff often select activities and locations based on the interests of participants.
Please contact summerfestRD@curtis.edu 24 hours in advance to let us know if you’ll be taking your participant out for a meal or other activity.