Led by Yale School of Music faculty composer Martin Bresnick, the New Music Workshop nurtures a philosophy of equal collaboration between composers and performers under the supervision of distinguished resident composers and Festival artists. The workshop is interactive in the truest sense, focusing on the process of musical creation and collaboration from concept to concert. Fellows take part in a rigorous regimen of coachings, master classes, rehearsals, discussions, and performances. Ample time is allowed for composing and practicing. Each workshop participant will receive an Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship covering the full cost of tuition, housing, and meals. All compositions are performed and recorded. Participants are selected on the basis of ability and supporting materials. Fellowship All participants will receive an Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship covering the full cost of tuition, housing, and meals. All materials must be received by the deadline listed above.
Yale-Norfolk New Music Workshop & Janáček’s “Concertino”
New Music Workshop @ Norfolk Festival, Norfolk
The New Music Workshop is underway! Recently Zoom enhanced its audio functionality, offering music educators and students an improved online experience. The upgrade came in response to a request from a Yale-led consortium of more than two-dozen music schools. Lisa Cheney - Composer.
Yale-Norfolk Festival New Music Workshop
In light of the CoVid crisis, we found it necessary to cancel our live concerts in the Music Shed this summer. Our digital concert hall is always open so you may stream past performances anytime. Our primary concern is the safety and health of our patrons, fellows, faculty, and staff and we are greatly saddened that we will miss seeing, talking, and enjoying concerts with all of you on the Estate grounds, and around the town of Norfolk. Open Search Toggle Main Menu. Summer In light of the CoVid crisis, we found it necessary to cancel our live concerts in the Music Shed this summer. Norfolk Commission.
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