2019 SUMMER PROGRAMS GUIDE

Juilliard Starling-DeLay Symposium on Violin Studies
Juilliard Starling-DeLay Symposium on Violin Studies
The Juilliard School
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Participants accepted to the Symposium observe all master classes, attend recitals, and participate in workshops designed to help teachers refine their pedagogical skills. Participants may bring their instruments for use in pedagogy sessions. Preference is given to participants who are professional violinists, teachers, post-graduate, and college students. High school age (and younger) participants may be admitted to all sessions on a space-available basis, but only as observers in technique and pedagogy sessions.
Student artists are selected as performing students for the symposium. Up to 10 violinists are accepted as student artists to perform in public master classes for the artist-faculty. In addition to performing twice in master classes for two different teachers, student artists are featured in public performance on selected evening recitals in Paul Hall. Student artists may also observe other activities throughout the symposium as time allows. There is no tuition fee for student artists.
WHAT DISTINGUISHES THIS PROGRAM
The Starling-DeLay Symposium on Violin Studies is dedicated to fostering the legacy of the late renowned teacher, Dorothy DeLay. The Symposium takes place at The Juilliard School and features world-renowned artist-faculty teaching pedagogy and master classes and performing in recitals.
LOCATION
The Juilliard School, New York, New York
MUSICAL FOCUS
Classical • Violin
AGE & LEVEL
All ages and abilities for participant level
DATES
May 28-June 1, 2019
COST 2019 TBD
Cost details
No tuition for student artists; cost for non-students artists TBD
STUDENTS TBD
TEACHERS TBD
Featured Teachers
2019 TBD
CONTACT INFORMATION
60 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York, NY 10023
UNITED STATES
212-799-5000
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