Teaching Grant

  • ELIGIBILITY
    Orchestral Instrumentalists §
  • PROGRAMS
    Fellowship Program
  • SESSIONS
    Full-Session: 07/02 – 07/30/2017
Important notice: the details of our 2017 programs will be finalized shortly. Please stay tuned for program updates and submission information.

Overview

AMF Teaching Grant for Resident Artist Fellowship offers advanced musicians opportunities to grow simultaneously as musicians and mentors during their four-week residency at the Atlantic Music Festival.

The grant will be awarded to select orchestral instrumentalists§ receiving the Resident Artist Fellowship.

§ Orchestral instrumentalists: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Trumpet, Tenor Trombone, Bass Trombone, Tuba, Percussion, Harp, Violin, Viola, Cello, and Contrabass

Program Details

  • All orchestral instrumentalists § (see overview) receiving the Resident Artist Fellowship will be considered for the Teaching Grant. No separate application is necessary to be eligible.

  • There is no minimum academic degree requirement to be considered for the Teaching Grant, however, most recipients will have completed Masters Degree or Higher.

  • Fellows who are selected to receive the Teaching Grant will be awarded up to $1200 and offered teaching and coaching opportunities in addition to full coverage of tuition, housing, and meals provided to Resident Artist Fellows.

  • Teaching Grant recipient may decline the grant and participate without taking on the extra responsibilities of a Teaching Fellow.

Audition Requirements

Those interested should complete the online application and upload the following material via our online application site.

  • All AMF Resident Artist Fellowship orchestral instrumentalists § (see overview) will be considered for the grant. No other submission is necessary. For Resident Artist Fellowship audition requirements, visit this link.

Please see Application Procedures for detailed instructions. If you would like to inquire further about the program, please contact us.