You will be asked to complete an online form and upload audition material within the workshop or master class application period, which varies based on the dates and nature of the event. The application deadline for David Lang: Creating New Music workshop was February 1, 2013. Online applications and details about required supporting materials will be available on April 1, 2013 for The Song Continues and Paquito D’Rivera: Latin Jazz Traditions.
All workshops and master classes are tuition-free for invited participants.
The application fee for all 2013-2014 workshops and master classes is $30 per application.
Carnegie Hall provides shared hotel accommodations and a travel stipend to all participants who do not maintain a residence in the New York City area. Please see the workshop details page for further information on the stipend offered for your workshop.
Before completing your online application, you are required to pay the $30 fee using a major credit card.
As part of the online application, you will be asked to provide an e-mail address for each of your recommenders. After you submit your completed application, each recommender will be sent a link to a confidential online recommendation form. You may, if preferable, have recommenders send their letters separately. If submitting by mail, please have the recommender include “Recommendation for [your name]: [name of workshop]” on the outside of the envelope and address to Artist Training Programs, Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, 881 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10019. If submitting by e-mail (email@example.com) please have the recommender write “Recommendation for [your name]: [name of workshop]” in the subject line.
The workshops and master classes are designed to serve the needs of emerging professionals. If you believe you fit that description but do not fall into the specified age range, you are welcome to apply. We will review your submission but cannot guarantee your application will be successful.
Please visit our online Master Class Resources to see excerpts from a range of past workshops.