Irish Youth Baroque Orchestra 2019
Presented by the Irish Baroque Orchestra and the Irish Association of Youth Orchestras and supported by the Royal Irish Academy of Music. The IYBO will be held in National Concert Hall, Dublin from Monday 22nd July to Saturday 27th July 2019. Full application details are available at www.iybo.ie.

The closing date for applications is Friday 1st March 2019.

Auditions is by video submission. Please see www.iybo.iayo.ie/application/ for details.

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Date of Birth *
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Contact Phone Number(s) *
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Home Address *
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College Address (if different from home address)
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E-mail Address *
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Instrument(s) *
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Have you experience with performing on period instruments and / or in an historically informed style? *
If, 'Yes', to the above question, please describe.
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College(s) and Courses Attended
Please provide overall results and results relating to your instrument.
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Instrumental Grade / Standard (including examining body) *
Please describe 3rd level courses and attainments, results etc.on your principle instrument.
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Instrumental Teacher's Name *
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Instrumental Teacher's contact number and / or e-mail
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Examples of solo repertoire studied in the last year / two years. *
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Please describe your ensemble and orchestral experience (including summer courses etc.). *
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How did you hear about this course? *
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Data, Privacy and Child Protection Policies *
All information received will be processed in accordance with our; • Privacy Statement • Data Protection Policy • Child Protection Policy • Safeguarding Statement. Copies of which are available at www.iayo.ie and from IAYO CLG, Civic Trust House, 50 Pope’s Quay, Cork. Telephone: 021 421 5185 or email from info@iayo.ie It is the policy of the Irish Association of Youth Orchestras CLG to safeguard the welfare of all the children and young people who attend our courses and to provide a positive and enlightened environment facilitating the best possible educational outcomes for all participants. The welfare of the children and young people under our care is paramount. IAYO will adhere to the recommendations of Children First: National Guidelines for the Protection and Welfare of Children published by the Department of Health and Children. The Designated Liaison Person for Child Protection is Allin Gray (Mobile: 087 960 1037)
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