June 21-July 26, 2020
Madeline Island Chamber Music invites applications for our Emerging Artists Quartet-in-Residence for 2020. The quartet will receive a comprehensive package of performances, teaching opportunities, and mentorship during five weeks on-site at Madeline Island Chamber Music, and one week in Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Specifically, the Emerging Artists Quartet-in-Residence includes:
On Madeline Island, June 21-July 26, 2020
- Full participation in the Fellowship String Quartet Program, which provides retreat-like setting for study, rehearsal, and performance, and access to our outstanding faculty for coaching and mentorship. Faculty include members of Brooklyn Rider, the American, Arianna, and Shanghai String Quartets; violinists Carolyn Huebl, Min-Jeong Koh, Rebecca Fischer, and Jonathan Swartz; violists Melissa Reardon, Masumi Rostad, Geraldine Walther, and Ivo Van Der Werff; and cellists Andrés Díaz, Melissa Kraut, Raman Ramakrishnan, and Felix Wang.
- Quartet will be designated as Mentored Teachers and work alongside our faculty. Each individual will be provided guidance and experience coaching chamber music.
- Quartet will be presented in full-length concert on our Mainland Concert Series.
- Quartet will perform a quintet with one of our faculty on our Island Concert Series.
- Quartet will participate in community engagement activities, such as lecture/demonstrations, children’s concerts, and house concerts.
- This is a fully funded opportunity. The quartet is only responsible for its travel to and from Madeline Island.
In Minneapolis-St. Paul, fall 2020
- One-week Artist Residency consisting of a featured performance at the Schubert Club Courtroom Concert series in St. Paul, 360o master class opportunity, leading workshops for K-12 students, and other community engagement experiences in Minneapolis-St. Paul.
- Madeline Island Chamber Music will provide the quartet a $4000 stipend, and additionally cover travel expenses, accommodations and per diem.