Violine - academy (Académie)
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The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen with its Artistic Director Paavo Järvi is one of the most vibrant and varied orchestras of our time. Every musician is shareholder of the ensemble and plays an active role in the decision-making process concerning programming, concert tours, education and the interests of the orchestral community. The Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen Academy offers outstanding, visionary instrumentalists an excellent two-year scholarship programme which will equip them for successful career in the cultural landscape of the 21st century.
Successful applicants will receive individual instrumental tuition and will follow orchestral studies and chamber music courses with orchestra members. Focal points of the programme will be the participation in the Orchestra’s various projects and concerts tours, including the outreach and education activities in the ›Zukunftslabor‹ (›Future Lab‹). Furthermore, the participants will follow a comprehensive curriculum for musical and personal development with regard to the challenges of the cultural landscape of the 21st Century. Members of the Academy are also invited to join projects in association with Junge Deutsche Philharmonie.
The appointment will start on 1st March 2019
Successful applicants will receive a monthly scholarship of €800 plus travel expenses and a
contribution to accommodation costs in Bremen
Appointees will be in Bremen for approximately 90 days per year.
Outstanding artistic accomplishment
Experience in both chamber music and orchestral performance
Willingness to adopt and support the entrepreneurial image of The Deutsche
Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, including interest in innovative approaches to cultural
production and organisation models
Age limit: 29 years
Further information can be found at:
One violin concerto by W.A. Mozart (No. 3 in G Major KV 216, No. 4 in D Major KV 218, or No. 5 in A Major KV 219), in each case the 1. movement with cadenza
J. Sibelius (violin concerto in D Minor op. 47), J. Brahms (violin concerto in D Major op. 77), P. I. Tschaikowsky (violin concerto in D Major op. 35), L. van Beethoven (violin concerto in D Major op. 61) or F. Mendelssohn (violin concerto in E Minor op. 64, MWV O 14), in each case the 1. movement with cadenza
One slow and one fast movement of a Solo Sonata or Partita by J.S. Bach
R. Schumann, Sinfonie No. 2 in C Major op. 61, 2. mvt „Scherzo. Allegro Vivace“ opening until bar 49
W. A. Mozart, Sinfonie No. 39 in E flat Major (KV 543), 4. mvt „Finale. Allegro“
L. van Beethoven, 1. Sinfonie in C Major op. 21, 2. violin, opening of 2. mvt „Andante cantabile con moto” until bar 26