Auditions for the Soraya and Younes Nazarian program for excellence in Chamber Music

Auditions for the Soraya and Younes Nazarian program for excellence in Chamber Music
2.7.2019

The Younes and Soraya Nazarian Program of Excellence in Chamber Music

The Nazarian Chamber Music program is the flagship program of the Academy's Faculty of Performing Arts. Thanks to the support of the Y & S Nazarian Family Foundation, through its regional office in Israel, the Ima Foundation, each year the Academy awards full tuition scholarships to excellent students of chamber music from Israel and abroad. After careful selection, the scholarship recipients are divided into chamber music groups and receive weekly coachings with JAMD staff, as well as master classes with international guests. Chamber Music Evenings are held throughout the academic year, and the Academy hosts the annual Dina Turgeman z"l competition in chamber music. In addition, the ensembles are invited to perform in important concerts in Israel as well as abroad – where they represent the Academy.  In recent years, students of the program have traveled to Italy, Germany, Hungary and Canada.

 
Applicants are required to pass JAMD entrance examinations.

 

Auditions Dates:

2.7.19 - String Instruments

7.7.19 - Wind Instruments

9.7.19 - Piano

 

The requested repertoire:

Piano

*A first movement from a sonata from the classical era 

*A piece of your choice presenting virtoustic skills  -  from the romantic era or after it  

 

Strings

Violin - 

*A first movement from a sonata for violin and piano or the first movement from one of the Sonatas and Paritatas for solo vioiln by J.S.Bach

*A piece of your choice presenting virtoustic skills  -  from the romantic era or after it

 

Viola/Cello/Bass -

*A first movement from a sonata with piano, or the first movement (prleude) from one of the six suites for solo cello by J.S.Bach

*A piece of your choice presenting virtoustic skills -  from the romantic era or after it

 

Woodwinds and French Horn

*A first movement from a sonata or a concerto from the baroque,  classical or romantic eras

*A piece of your choice presenting virtoustic skills -  from the romantic era or after it

 

 

For additional information and registration please contact ronit@jamd.ac.il.

 

 

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