Graduate (M.Mus.) program at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance (JAMD) for contemporary music performance * Artistic direction and supervision by members of Meitar Ensemble
TEDARIM is a specialized master's degree track focusing on performance practice of solo, chamber and ensemble works of the 20th and 21st centuries. The students will work with members of the celebrated Meitar Ensemble on modern repertoire, exploring notation, performance techniques, aesthetic concepts and interpretation.
In addition, the students participating in the program will perform regularly at the JAMD and will be invited to join the Meitar Ensemble in its Tel Aviv concert series.
The TEDARIM intensive two-year program is open for instrumentalists, conductors and composers holding a bachelor’s degree (B.Mus or B.A.Mus. or its academic equivalent) and is open in the 2020-2021 academic year for performers of the following instruments:
Flute, clarinet, bassoon, violin, viola, cello, piano and percussion.
Scholarships are available for outstanding students.
TERMS FOR ADMITTANCE
Materials to be submitted by all applicants by May 15th, 2020.
Curriculum Vitae and photo
Copies of Academic Diplomas
Audio or audio-visual material demonstrating the candidate's current level of performance skills
A statement about the candidate's motivation, personal expectations and goals.
a minimum grade of 90 for the candidate's Major bachelor’s degree subject.
a minimum average grade of at least 85 for all other bachelor’s degree courses and subjects.
Audition and admittance committees are consisted of members of the JAMD faculty and members of the Meitar Ensemble.
E-mail address for correspondence and sending of materials :
att: Ms. Ronit Mualem
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