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    Virtuosi Concerts 30th Anniversary Season!

     

Young Artists

*Important information*

At this time, we are postponing the YAP auditions, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. As soon as more information becomes available, we will set a new date for the auditions. Feel free to continue applying, as we will email each applicant with directives when a new date is set. Applications have been extended to JULY 1 2020. 

Thank you for your understanding!

 

VIRTUOSI CONCERTS ANNOUNCES ITS
YOUNG ARTIST PROGRAM 2020-2021 SEASON AUDITIONS

On TBD, Virtuosi Concerts will be holding their 2020-2021 Season Auditions for Young Artists.

Application deadline is extended to July 1, and there is a $20 application fee.

“The Virtuosi Concerts Young Artist Program is quickly becoming Winnipeg‘s most unique performing experience for senior music students. Our program marries two exceptional opportunities: performing for our attentive and enthusiastic Virtuosi patrons; and, interacting and sharing the stage with Virtuosi’s acclaimed international musicians,” says Madeline Hildebrand, Virtuosi Concerts Young Artist Program Coordinator and VCI Board Member.

If you would like more information on the Young Artist Program contact:
Sydney Clarke, Virtuosi Concerts Administrator, at virtuosiyap@gmail.com.


Virtuosi Concerts’ Young Artist Program exists to promote young classical musicians in Manitoba. Every Virtuosi subscription concert opens with a performance by a Virtuosi Young Artist.

Auditions for the Virtuosi Concerts’ Young Artist Program are held in the Spring at The University of Winnipeg’s Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall, home to the Virtuosi Concerts series since the hall’s opening in 1993. Each Virtuosi Young Artist, in addition to being awarded a Virtuosi Concerts performance opportunity, is featured in the Virtuosi program, receives an honorarium and is provided with complimentary concert tickets. In 2017, for the first time in the Young Artist Program’s three-year history, all participants were eligible for an audition prize funded solely by donations from Virtuosi audience patrons.