Please provide a valid name
Please provide a valid email
Subscribe
Thank You!
Promoting Music through Cross-cultural Collaboration

Share the stage with leading international musicians 2018 Ensemble Training program is now open for application

08.10.2018
The Musicus Society’s Ensemble Training program is now open for applications. Full-time students who are residents of Hong Kong are welcome to submit their applications.

The Ensemble Training program has been an important component of Musicus Inspires!, an educational program that offers Hong Kong students a one-of-a-kind musical experience where they learn from world-class orchestral musicians and perform side-by-side with these mentors. This year, qualified students will receive intensive coaching from the Society’s Artistic Director Trey Lee, Musicus Fest musicians and the celebrated Trondheim Soloists, as well as performing in the Finale Concert of Musicus Fest. A few admitted students will be selected by the Trondheim Soloists to take part in the training and performance in Norway in February 2019.
Auditions and Applications
 Eligibility
Full-time students who are Hong Kong residents (no age limit)
Instruments 
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass
Training 
9, 13, 17 November, 2018 after school | Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Performance
18 November, 2018 | Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall
Fees 
HK$1,000 (Need-based financial aid is available for qualified students)
Audition details 
Application deadline 
14 September, 2018

The Ensemble Training program has benefitted over 100 students since 2013. This summer, alumni of the program were invited by the Musicus Society to take part in Finland’s Kuhmo Music Courses, one of the oldest and most prominent international summer music programs in Europe. Participant Lam Tsz-him (cello) thanked the Musicus Society for the wonderful opportunity. ”Not only was I able to study with an outstanding cellist, I also performed with a world-renowned pianist in a chamber workshop. It was just incredible!”

Musicus Society is financially supported by the Springboard Grant under the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administration Region. Its Ensemble Training is supported by the Tung Foundation and the BOCHK Charitable Foundation.