Malta Auditions: Mediterranean Youth Orchestra 2022

Apply to participate in the MYO's Symphonic or Medinea Sessions

Vincent Baume

Auditions for the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra [Symphonic Session] & Medinea Sessions [Intercultural Creation] are being held in Valletta, Malta on Wednesday 30 March 2022

About the Mediterranean Youth Orchestra - Symphonic Session

Immersion in professional life for young instrumentalists

An open programme for the finest young classical musicians of the Mediterranean basin led by conductor Duncan Ward. This training session offers an intercultural experience of the orchestra life in rehearsals, concert and on tour. Participants will also receive coaching in professional development. Watch this interview with Duncan Ward and follow this link for more information about the Symphonic Session auditions.

Symphonic Session Dates:
5 - 25 July 2022 in Aix-en-Provence, France

About the Medinea Sessions - Intercultural Creation

Training of young artists in an intercultural context

An artistic residency with young musicians from the Mediterranean basin, led by Belgian saxophonist, jazzman and composer Fabrizio Cassol. During this artistic residency, participants will compose a brand new repertoire using elements of improvisation which they will perform in a closing concert. Watch this interview with Fabrizio Cassol and follow this link for more information about the Medinea Session auditions.

Upcoming Medinea Sessions:
29 June - 18 July 2022 in Aix-en-Provence, France & August 2022 in Nuoro, Italy

How to Apply:

An info session is being held online on Thursday 10 March at 18:00. Register here.

The deadline to apply for the Malta Auditions is on Wednesday 23 March. Apply here.

The auditions are organised by the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, and supported by the Sud Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Region, Fondation Orange, Medinea [MEDiterranean INcubator of Emerging Artists]. The Malta Auditions are organised by ARC Research & Consultancy, supported by Arts Council Malta and Fondazzjoni Kreattivita’.