YOUNG ARTIST SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
2022 - 2023 Season
The Treasure Coast Symphony announces this year's Annual Young Artist Scholarship Award Competition. The purpose of the competition is to give a young musician the opportunity to appear as a featured soloist with the orchestra and support his/her musical education and receive a $1000 scholarship award. The Young Artist Scholarship winner will perform his/her concerto selection or solo vocal composition with the Treasure Coast Symphony Orchestra on the final concert of the season.
All YouTube videos and applications must be e-mailed no later than 11:59 pm on TBD to email@example.com. Do Not Submit after Deadline Date and Time! Your essay can be copied into the submission form.
YouTube video links need to be included in your application at the time of submission.
Finalists will be notified the first week of January. Finalists must provide a piano accompanist for this audition at their own expense. Further details will be provided at that time.
Reside in one of the following four counties: Indian River, St. Lucie, Martin or Okeechobee
Be under 25 years of age at the deadline for the application
Prepare a recording of a fast movement from a standard concerto for solo instrument and orchestra (piano or other orchestral instrument.)
Be able to perform an established solo composition with symphonic orchestral accompaniment. Vocalists should furnish a YouTube video of, and be able to perform comparable compositions.
Finalists must provide a piano accompanist for this audition at their own expense.
Finalists must provide a copy of their concerto or solo composition with symphonic orchestral accompaniment to each judge (3).
Provide their photo and biography for the orchestra’s website and any PR pertaining to the April 19, 2020 concert.
Rehearse with the Treasure Coast Symphony Orchestra Monday night, April 13, 2020 and Thursday night, April 16, 2020.
Perform with the Treasure Coast Symphony Orchestra at their Sunday, April 19, 2020 concert.
Technical Requirements for video submission:
Recordings should be submitted via a YouTube video link only and it must be typed on your application.
Video and Audio should be of high quality, and performers should be clearly visible at all times.
Any questions, please contact: Kelly G. Levenstein