|Dates||TBA. Not Offered in 2012|
||Not Offered in 2012
Esther Lamneck, 35 West Fourth Street, Suite 1077 • (212) 998-5441, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
WOODWIND PLAYERS JOIN NYU'S SUPERSTAR FACULTY FOR AN INTENSE THREE DAY MASTER CLASS SERIES
Open to High School and University students, Young Professionals and Teachers
Individual Master classes in Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon
Specialized Master classes in Ochestral Repertoire, Breathing techniques and Technology
All participants will be housed in unadorned dormitory bedrooms in multi-bedroom suites. Each suite typically has two or three bedrooms. Each bedroom has two or three beds and is furnished with a bed, desk, dresser and closet/wardrobe for each guest. If a resident is assigned to a single bedroom, he or she will not be assigned a roommate in their bedroom. Each individual suite has a bathroom shared by all occupants of the suite. There are no kitchens in our facilities used for short-term housing. NYU Summer Housing does not provide in-room telephone, television, or internet connectivity to short-term guests. Linens are provided; students should bring their own towels. Click here for more specific housing information.
Meal Plans are available for purchase. You will receive meal tickets for two meals daily in campus dining halls. Dining halls are closed on Saturdays and Sundays. You will be responsible for your own meals then, as well as any other meals or snacks outside of the two meal tickets per weekday.
The cost for the program is TBA. Meal plan and housing are not included in the program fee.
Participants must be 16 years or older to be considered.
If you would like to be considered for the workshop you must submit the following:
• a general online summer application (program not offered in 2012)
• application fee of $50 (payable by credit card via the online appliation or separately using the online payment form or here via a paper payment form for checks payable to New York University)
• CD with two contrasting pieces from the standard literature of your instrument, (or submit a video online, instructions here)
Please be sure to include your contact information: phone number, mailing address, and your e-mail address as well as the name of your school and your year of study (i.e., high school senior, college junior).
Send your application fee and audition materials to:
Esther Lamneck, Director
Program in Woodwind Studies
Music and Performing Arts Professions
35 West Fourth Street, Suite 1077
New York, NY 10012
If you submit your audition video online, you should put all your contact information requested above in the same email to Professor Lamneck at email@example.com. You will still need to mail in your application fee to the address above.
Audition materials become the property of NYU Steinhardt and cannot be returned.
***PLEASE NOTE: Participants under the age of 18 will be required to attend activities on practically every evening during the program. Activities will include trips to the theatre, concerts and visits to important sites throughout New York City.***