Irish Association of Youth Orchestra Conducting Workshop 2019
ICO Studio, University of Limerick. Monday 8 July - Friday 12 July 2019
Artistic Director: Robert Houlihan. Hosted By: Irish Chamber Orchestra
Fees: Participants €300, Observers €150
Places are awarded to suitable applicants on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note: Places for participants are now full however, there are still a number of places remaining for observers.
Name of your IAYO Member Orchestra
Please advise if you will be under 18 years old during the course dates
If you are currently a third level student, where are you studying?
What instrument(s) do you play?
Do you wish to apply as a Participant or Observer?
If I am not offered a Participant place I wish to attend as an observer
I am willing to play my instrument(s) as part of the course ensemble
What would be your preferred accommodation dates?
Accommodation would consist of single, ensuite rooms in shared, self-catering apartments on UL campus. Approx. €32 pnpp. (TBC). The first and last nights availability (7th and 12th) will depend on the numbers needing it.
7 - 12 July Inclusive
8 - 12 July Inclusive
7 - 11 July Inclusive
8 - 11 July Inclusive
Do not require accommodation
Please provide further information about your musical training and experience, including repertoire you may have conducted or performed and the age groups of the ensembles with whom you are working, if relevant.
Is there any repertoire you would like to work on during the course?
If there is something you are particularly interested in working on please list here. It may not be possible but it will be considered.
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