Community MusicWorks Two-Year Fellowship Program

October 26, 2011

CMW is now accepting viola and cello applications for the 2012-2014 Fellowship Program. The Fellowship Program is an opportunity to learn about CMW’s model of community-based teaching and performance. Join a growing movement of musicians who are reimagining their careers to combine performing, teaching, and social action in order to make an impact on their communities.

Application deadline: December 5, 2011

Click here for more information.

Currently in its sixth year, CMW’s Fellowship Program is an opportunity for young professional violinists, violists, and cellists to spend two years performing, teaching, and mentoring alongside the Providence String Quartet in urban neighborhoods of Providence, Rhode Island. The Fellowship Program is an opportunity to learn about their model of community-based teaching and performing, and to join a growing movement of musicians who are reimagining their careers to combine performing, teaching, and social action in order to make an impact on their communities.

Winner of the 2010 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award, Community MusicWorks is an innovative neighborhood-based residency for a professional string quartet that has been transforming the lives of children, families, and musicians since 1997.

Learn more and download an application at: http://communitymusicworks.org/Fellowship.htm

Contact Minna Choi, Fellowship Program Director, for more information: mchoi@communitymusicworks.org or (401) 861-5650

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