ClarinetMike in Italy 2018! As previously posted, I’ve accepted an appointment to again return as Clarinet Artist Faculty in Residence at the international Orfeo Music Festival in the beautiful Italian Alps in Vipiteno, Italy (Sterzing) this coming summer, July 5-19, 2018.
Who? YOU! Who should apply to go to Orfeo 2018? University, conservatory and graduate students, advanced high school students, talented amateurs, and teachers looking for professional development should apply. Please contact me if you have questions or want help with applying: email me at email@example.com or CLICK HERE.
Check It Out! Orfeo Music Festival 2018 Website! www.orfeomusicfestival.com.
Friends! A variety of students attend the Orfeo Music Festival. The majority are university and high school students, but there are also younger as well as talented adult amateurs/others. There is a wonderful atmosphere of camaraderie at the Festival. Most Festival participants are American, but there is a definite international flavor with faculty and students from Russia, Austria, China, Germany, England, Australia, Korea, and other countries.
Apply! CLICK HERE. There is an Early Bird Discount if tuition is paid by January 15, 2018. Regular application deadline is March 1, 2018. However, registration accepted until about April 15, 2018 with higher fees. I am happy to help you with applying, just contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org or CLICK HERE.
Scholarships! Some limited merit-based scholarships are available. CLICK HERE for more information.
Fee Table! How much does Orfeo 2018 cost? CLICK HERE.
Join Me On Facebook! Check out and join my official ClarinetMike In Italy 2018! Facebook Event page. I’ll be posting application information, pictures, video and all kinds of cool stuff about Orfeo 2018! CLICK HERE.
Perform! Below I’m performing at this past summer’s Orfeo Music Festival 2017 in Vipiteno, Italy. I’m performing Astor Piazzolla’s Oblivion with my fabulous pianist colleague, Faina Lushtak, at the Chiesa di Santa Margherita in Vipiteno, Italy – an early Tyrolian Baroque church built in the 1670’s with an old bell tower first mentioned in 1337.