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Jo-Ann Sternberg, Program Director, Clarinet; Princeton University, Borealis Wind Quintet.
Anna Lim, Violin/Viola, Princeton University, Manhattan String Quartet.
Jesse Mills, Violin, Horszowski Trio, Longy School of Music of Bard College, Leschetizky Association (NYC)
Jessica Thompson, Viola, Princeton and Columbia Universities, Daedalus Quartet.
Clancy Newman, Cello, first prize Naumburg winner and Avery Fisher career grant recipient.
Michal Schmidt, Cello, Haverford College, Network for New Music.
Jacqueline Leclair, Oboe; Schulich School of Music of McGill, Signal and Sequitur.
Rieko Aizawa, Piano, Horszowski Trio, Longy School of Music of Bard College, Leschetizky Association (NYC)
MCMS GUEST ARTIST FOR 2023:
Daniel Phillips, Violin, Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College and on the faculties of the Mannes College of Music, Bard College Conservatory, and the Juilliard School.
Tara Helen O'Connor, Flute, Purchase College School of the Arts Conservatory of Music, Bard College, Manhattan School of Music, Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.
It is with great thanks to Mr. Martin Jeiven, our primary sponsor, that we proudly announce that we are accepting applications for the inaugural cohort of Jeiven Fellows. Applicants for the fellowships should be a minimum of 28 years old, have stellar recommendations, a well-developed CV, and be actively pursuing performing/teaching careers. These fellowships are paid positions, thus applicants will be thoroughly reviewed in a competitive process and finalists will be contacted for an interview round. We have filled two string fellowship positions and are currently accepting applications for wind players only. Eligible applicants should indicate their intent to apply for a Jeiven Fellowship in their Acceptd application to MCMS.
Please submit all auditions during the application process directly through the application system.
Individual Instrumentalists and Preformed Ensembles
Maine Chamber Music Seminar in residence at Snow Pond Financial Aid Procedures
NEW! Jeiven Fellows (click here for additional information)
For additional assistance contact the Program Coordinator, Gail Levinsky.
MCMS accepts applications on a rolling basis through March 1, 2023
Tuition includes a non-refundable $50 application fee
(A discounted rate is offered for pre-formed ensembles)
PLEASE NOTE: Need-based financial aid is available.
Click to learn about Maine Chamber Music Seminar in residence at Snow Pond Financial Aid Procedures
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|2:30-5:30pm||Flexible Time, Individual Practice, Lessons, Recreation|
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|8:00-9:00am||Breakfast and Departure|