Children's Youth Orchestra Academy 2022

Orchestra week for children and young people

Great final concert of the Children's Youth Orchestra Academy in the Church of St. Paul

For a whole week, 40 children and young people between the ages of 7 and 17 sniffed the air of an orchestra in the children's youth orchestra academy, which was held for the first time in the first week of September on the premises of the parish of St. Paul. Conductor Elisabeth Fuchs and a team of experienced instrumental and recreational educators intensively looked after the well-being of the young musicians. There was not only a lot of rehearsing, but also laughing, singing, collecting new musical impressions and making friends. There were daily individual and overall rehearsals, mental and physical training, lunch together and enough time for fun and games.
The final concert in St. Paul's Church was an overwhelming highlight for everyone at the end of the week.
With a refreshing, colorful program ranging from Mozart's Little Night Music to Forrest Gump and Edvard Grieg's "Morning Mood", the young musicians won over the audience with their skills and their joy in music.

The Children's Youth Orchestra Academy is aimed at music-loving children and young people aged 7-17 who want to gain their first orchestral experience. The focus is on having fun and enjoying making music together, as well as getting to know professional rehearsals.

Date: New date for 2023 to be announced
09:00 a.m. to 17:30 p.m.,
Supervision from 08:00 to 18:00
A team of supervisors takes care of the young artists from morning to night.

Location: Parish of St. Paul, Eduard-Herget-Strasse 5, 5020 Salzburg

instruments: Violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, clarinet, trumpet, horn

Age: 7-17 years

REGISTRATION for 2022 unfortunately already over.

By asking: kinderphilharmonie@philharmoniesalzburg.at

Participation fee: 150 Euro course fee incl. 5x lunch (please bring your own snack and water)

Requirements: At least 2 years of instrumental lessons, good hearing + sense of rhythm, independent tuning of the instrument. Orchestra or ensemble experience is an advantage.

Registration confirmation, information about further details and sending of the ensemble scores will be sent by email!

Registration deadline: will be announced, maximum number of participants 50

Daily routine Monday to Thursday:
08:00-08:55 Arrive
09:00-12:00 rehearsals in small groups
12:00-14:00 Lunch and play time
14:00-15:00 Singing and Musicology
15:30-17:30 Complete rehearsal with Elisabeth Fuchs
17:30-18:00 Parents pick up their children

Daily routine Friday:
08:00-08:55 Arrive
09:00-11:30 Dress rehearsal with Elisabeth Fuchs

12:30-13:00 Parents pick up their children
16:30 Meeting point in front of the Church of St. Paul
17:00-approx. 18:15 concert without a break

Final concert: new dates will be announced in good time· Admission free · Donations requested

Have fun!

@Children's Festival/ Gerhild Hofer

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