Sir András Schiff Pianist
Yes, the programme is open to applicants all over the world regardless of location.
Applicants must be aged 18-30 (as of August 1, 2023).
At the moment, the programme is only open to applications from individual instrumentalists (and composers). However, if you are accepted onto the programme, our initial artist discussions will assess how we can tailor the programme to your career path, which can include performing a chamber concert at the Showroom.
At the moment, the programme is only open to instrumentalists and composers.
Yes, the 2023-24 season applications will be open to applications from composers.
We provide free support and opportunities to young promising artists - there are no fees for the programme. The only fee you will need to pay is the application fee, which is 25 euros.
All instrumentalists must also hold a Bachelor of Music degree or equivalent, and must be aged 18-30 (as of August 1, 2023).
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Applicants will be asked to provide personal information, details about their education, a biography and photo. In addition, instrumentalists will need to provide videos of their playing (minimum 10 minutes), and a short personal video detailing why they would like to take part in the Ambassador Programme. Composers will need to provide videos/audio of their compositions (minimum 10 minutes), scores, and a short video of yourself, telling us why you are interested in Classeek’s Ambassador Programme, how you think you could benefit from the programme, what composition means for you, and what you expect from composing and working alongside musicians.
Instrumentalists should provide at least two (minimum 10 minutes) video links of their playing. This can be a performance or a home video, solo or with accompaniment such as piano or orchestra.
Composers should provide at least two (minimum 10 minutes) video/audio links of their compositions. Compositions may include any instrumentation (orchestral, chamber, solo, etc.) and video/audio can be either a live recording or midi track.
Video submissions must be accessible via an online link (such as Youtube, Vimeo, Dropbox etc).
Applicants can expect a response within 60 days of the closing date.
Yes, all applicants can expect a response within 60 days of the closing date.
Applications will be considered by a panel, comprised of respected classical music industry figures.