Del Sol ChamberFest 2017
Del Sol Quartetfest is a 2-day chamber music workshop for non-professional adult string players.

Saturday Feb 4, 2016 - Sunday Feb 5, 2017 (see www.delsolquartet.com/chamberfest for exact schedule).

Location in Ashbury Heights, San Francisco, CA.

This workshop is available to 6ensembles (e.g. formations of quartet, quintet, sextet) on a first come first serve basis. We can accept 1 piano groups. Non-string ensembles may also participate.

Preformed groups are encouraged to apply, but applications will be accepted (though not guaranteed) for individual players for assignment to a group.

No audition required. Application due date December 9, 2016.

To register by December 9, complete this form.

Notification of acceptance will be no later than January 6, 2017.

Tuition of $320 due January 13, 2017 to guarantee your spot.

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(recommended one movement, less than 12 minutes.)
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No audition is required but please rank how experienced you are playing in a group.
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Have you worked with any of our coaches before? *
We find that the workshops are always more effective when they focus with only two coaches, so we would like to know who you previously worked with.
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There are a limited number of scholarships available for those with financial hardship. Would you like to be considered?
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