ORLANDO, Fla. — To give back and attract young artists and educators from around the world Stetson University will host its first International Chamber Music Festival.
The two-week festival will bring middle and high school students to train with Stetson School of Music faculty and educators from Cornell, Harvard and other top universities.
During the festival, young artists will take lessons, master classes and take part in public performances on the DeLand campus. Students will stay in Stetson’s residence halls as well as enjoying a day of fun at Walt Disney World.
“As one of the nation’s finest undergraduate-only schools of music, Stetson provides an extraordinary setting for an International Chamber Music Festival,” said Stetson President Christopher F. Roellke, PhD. “Our world-class faculty uphold the highest standards of musical excellence and provide a supportive environment for young artists to realize their passions and dreams.”
The festival builds on Stetson’s tradition of hosting summer camps for talented young musicians.
Traditionally, those camps have focused on single instruments, such as clarinet or brass. This is the first time that the School of Music will host a chamber music festival, according to a news release.
The festival builds on Stetson’s tradition of hosting summer camps for talented young musicians. Traditionally, those camps have focused on single instruments, such as clarinet or brass.
The two-week summer festival is set for July 13 to 27, 2024 and will become an annual summer event.
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