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The UWA School of Music and St George's College 3rd annual Summer Music Academy, offers talented young musicians from across Australia and Asia the opportunity to immerse themselves in a week of practical music making and fun.
With orchestral, band, keyboard and percussion streams, and supported by outstanding nationally and internationally recognised conductors and tutors including Dr Rob McWilliams, the Academy aims to nurture the musicianship and ensemble skills of high school and tertiary students through large and small ensemble rehearsal and performance.
The Academy has both residential and non-residential streams, with residential students enjoying the unique experience of college life at St George's College.
Located next to the Swan River, the picturesque grounds of both facilities provide the ideal place for students to interact, rehearse and play music. The College provides high standard accommodation and is well resourced for overseeing social activities. Appropriately qualified mentors supervise students, housing males and females in separate areas.
The intensive tuition of the Academy culminates in a concert on the final day (December 9). Family, friends and the general public can purchase tickets through music.uwa.edu.au. Audio and visual recordings of the concert will be available for purchase for those who want to capture their memories!
If you are a young musician with a passion for making music and refining your craft, this camp is for you. Don't miss this unique opportunity to receive world-class instruction at a world top 100 University!
The Academy is open to secondary school and tertiary students aged 15-25, however younger students may attend if accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The minimum standard is AMEB Grade 5 (ABRSM Grade 6) or equivalent on your chosen instrument. Auditions may be held to allocate students to appropriate ensembles.
Students can expect to participate in a range of challenging and enjoyable activities, for example:
The piano program will include daily masterclasses, participation in duets and ensembles, improvisation, composition and the development of effective practice strategies.
Students will be staying the the beautiful surrounds of St George's College and will enjoy not only high quality accommodation and catering but also a range of social activities to suit all interests. These may include:
Non-residential students are also invited to attend the Academy Formal Dinner ($30)