June 19-July 24, 2022
Madeline Island Chamber Music invites applications for our Emerging Artists Quartet-in-Residence for 2022. 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 19-July 24, 2022
- 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 the Arianna String Quartet, the Harlem Quartet, the Jupiter Quartet and the American String Quartet; violinists Mark Steinberg, Kyu-Young Kim, Carolyn Huebl, and Jonathan Swartz; violists Ivo Van der Werff, Juan-Miguel Hernandez, Sabina Thatcher and Masumi Rostad; and cellists Melissa Kraut, Pitnarry Shin, Felix Wang and Andres Diaz.
- 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 2022
- One-week Artist Residency consisting of a featured performance at MacPhail Center for Music’s Antonello Hall, 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 $6000 stipend, and additionally cover travel expenses, accommodations and per diem.