The Olympic Chamber Music Fellowship program provides exceptionally talented rising artists an opportunity to refine their chamber music skills within the grueling environment that professionals face regularly. Fellows will prepare pieces alongside mentoring artists, while receiving guidance in the form of private lessons and public rehearsals. Following a highly-selective audition process, participants will be invited to the Olympic Peninsula for a two-week residency.
Olympic fellows are held to the same standard as any other resident artist. They are expected to arrive with individual parts prepared and score study completed. Given the limited amount of time available before weekend performance and in between weekly rehearsal cycles, only musicians of the highest professional and artistic abilities will be seriously considered.
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The Olympic Music Festival is an equal-opportunity institution. Applicants will be considered without any consideration of race, sexual orientation, or financial background.