Academy Program for Young Artists
The Carnegie Mellon Music Preparatory School introduces the Academy Program for Young Artists.
The Academy Program for Young Artists is an enrichment performance-based program providing intensive musical training of the highest quality to outstanding young artists. Students aged 12-18 will have the opportunity to perform in a variety of settings through weekly coachings with Carnegie Mellon University faculty members, rehearsals with faculty collaborative artists, a weekly enrichment & appreciation class and monthly master classes with world class artists including Andres Cardenes (violin), Anne Martindale Williams (cello), David Harding (viola) and William van der Sloot (violin).
Be a part of the 2019 inaugural class of two piano trios! Auditions will be held for violin, cello & piano on May 13 at Carnegie Mellon University.
- Two pieces of contrasting musical styles that demonstrate your artistic and technical ability
- Two pieces of contrasting style, one of which must be a fast movement of a classical sonata. Memory is required.
- Claude Debussy: Petite Suite, L 65, for piano four hands: En bateau (Piano II), NOT memorized.
- Sight reading