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The DePaul University School of Music is pleased to announce Summer Music at DePaul, a collection of three new intensive programming opportunities for student musicians at various levels of their educational career. All Summer Music at DePaul programming will be held in the state-of-the-art Holtschneider Performance Center in Chicago, IL. While the March 16th application deadline has passed, we will continue to accept applications for each program as space allows for the next few weeks.
Apply now and join us this summer!
Monday, July 6 - Sunday, July 12, 2020
Immerse yourself in the challenging world of chamber music with a one-week intensive program. The program offers daily coaching, master classes, seminars and performance opportunities from our world-class faculty and is open to string, woodwind (including saxophone), brass, and percussion players. Rising high school junior and senior student instrumentalists are encouraged to apply.
Acclaimed new music chamber group, Ensemble Dal Niente, joins the DePaul Composition faculty for a week-long residency program featuring distinguished guest composer Hilda Parades. During this week, young composers and performers will have opportunities to collaborate on new projects, work side-by-side with Ensemble Dal Niente musicians, participate in master classes and receive individualized feedback. Projects realized during the residency will be performed in evening concerts. Current undergraduate and graduate-level student composers and performers of new music are
encouraged to apply.
Sunday, July 26, - Saturday, August 1, 2020
Learn from the DePaul Vocal faculty who are some of the most celebrated and sought-after opera singers and directors in the world in a one-week intensive voice clinic that will launch you towards the next step in your vocal career. The program will guide you through refining your audition repertoire with voice lessons, coaching, stage technique classes and performances as well as learning about audition protocol, self-management and promotion, repertoire, vocal health and so much more. Acclaimed opera director Harry Silverstein will lead daily stage technique and delivery classes. Current college-level student singers are encouraged to apply.