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To apply, please, read the Terms and Conditions and JAM repertoire, fill in the form and proceed to the payment. Your application is only valid when the payment is received. Our bank account details are below the form.

The admission for summer 2019 is now opened:

Required for publicity purposes. No passport/ID photos accepted.
Required for publicity purposes. CV or a short concert biography in English or French.
TERMS & CONDITIONS of participation

 1. Types of participants: Active and Passive.

Active participants are invited to:

active participation at the morning master-classes.
active participation at the JAM Concerts.
free entrance to all Academy events.
10 evening meals at the hotel-restaurant Bois Joly or other, paid by the Academy.
Passive participants are welcome to:

free entrance to all Soloist Academy events.
2. The maximum number of active participants: “Clarinet Soloist” course – 6, “Collaborative piano” course – 5, “Cello Soloist” course - 5. There is no limit for passive participants.

3. The admission of applications for active participants is based on the CV (bachelor, master degree). A link to Youtube recording of an applicant is appreciated and could play a crucial role in decision of acceptance.

4. To apply, please fill in the application form, selecting the name of a course, type of a course, upload your CV and concert photo, then proceed to payment (see fig. 8). The application is only valid when the payment is received.

5. The deadline for applications is 15 of June. A confirmation of enrolment will be sent by the 20 of June together with the works to prepare for Jam concerts. The list of works to prepare will be equally available on the website.

6. Refunds are made only if the courses are cancelled by the Soloist Academy and not by a participant. Musicians, not accepted as active participants shall be offered a position of passive participant with a partial refund or a total refund with no further participation.

7. Some participants will be selected to perform at the concerts.

8. Course fee for active participants:

We have four types of offers:

Early Bird. €600: includes course fee, lodging offered by the Friends of the Soloist Academy and 10 evening meals at the Hotel-Restaurant “Bois Joly” or other. 10 places only.
Regular Offer. €780: includes course fee, lodging at the Hotel-Restaurant “Bois Joly” (2 in a room) and 10 evening meals at the Hotel-Restaurant “Bois Joly”.
Course only. €400: includes course fee and 10 evening meals at the Hotel-Restaurant “Bois Joly”.
Passive participant: €100: free entrance to all Soloist Academy events.
The payment should be paid with the application. Morning and afternoon meals is on the responsibility of participants.

9. Course fee for passive participants is €100 to be paid online together with the application or on the place. This includes only an administrative fee. Lodging and meals is extra.

10. Other potential costs to be paid by participants by themselves (The Academy does not take any responsibility for any personal expences of the participants).

Breakfast in the Hotel–Restaurant “Bois Joly” is €10 or there is a bakery around a corner with fresh croissants.
Lunch in the Hotel–Restaurant “Bois Joly” €15 Menu: starter+main course+drink.
Dinner in the Hotel–Restaurant “Bois Joly” €20 Menu: starter+main course+drink paid by the Soloist Academy.
Any extra orders at the Hotel–Restaurant “Bois Joly” or any other place, including meals, drinks or any other expences is on the responsibility of the participant.

11. The instruments and other valuables that the artist brings are not insured by Soloist Academy.

12. By joining the course, the participants authorise Clarinet Soloist Academy to use any video/audio recordings or pictures including the names of performers for promotional purposes, sharing on social media networks and advertisement.

 

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