Program Offerings

Submitted by Amanda Stenroos on
FaMa string quartet

Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival Program Offerings

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Fellowship Program
  • Fully funded Fellowship Program for up to 8 young professional string players between the ages of 21 and 35 in the early stages of their careers. Fellow candidates should be seasoned chamber musicians with a broad knowledge of the string chamber repertoire; they should be at a professional level of technical accomplishment on their instruments; they should be comfortable in a mentoring role. The expectation is that Fellows will be exceptionally successful in their collaborative relationships and unusually thoughtful in their musical work, serving as artistic role models for students in the regular program.
  • The minimum educational requirement for Fellowship applicants is a Bachelor's degree. Fellowship participants will attend the full four-week program.
  • Pre-formed quartets are encouraged to apply, although individual applicants will also be considered. If you are applying for a fellowship as part of a pre-formed string quartet, all quartet members must file separate applications and a video file of the quartet will be required.

Fellowship Program includes:

  • Free room and board for the duration of the festival
  • Performance opportunities at public and private venues
  • Collaborations with faculty in faculty concerts
  • Opportunity to premiere competition-winning string quartet
  • Up to 6 lessons with festival teachers
  • Practice tutor responsibilities (5 hours per week)
  • Assistant coaching responsibilities (up to 5 hours per week)

Regular Program
  • 2024 Tuition: $5,200
  • Intensive four-week program of solo and chamber music study that welcomes college, graduate, and high school age violinists, violists and cellists into an atmosphere of focused professionalism.
  • Students are placed into chamber groups by GMCMF artistic staff. Working and performing with your chamber music ensemble is one of the most significant elements of the Green Mountain experience. We are committed to matching players and personalities with great care, so that every player will enjoy the process of musical growth the program intends to create.
    • GMCMF welcomes preformed chamber ensembles to apply to the festival. Each member of the group should submit all necessary application materials by the application deadline. To apply as a group, one member of the ensemble should also email General Manager Amanda Stenroos.
  • Includes daily structured practice hours, six private lessons, six chamber coachings, rehearsals, seminars, masterclasses etc.
  • Community outreach performance opportunities
  • Organized recreational time during evenings and on weekends
  • Room & board included; scholarships available