2017 Fifth Anniversary Season
May 28-June 11, 2017
We are very excited to celebrate the Fifth Anniversary of The Next Festival of Emerging Artists with an amazing season of concerts and collaborators!
- Renowned violinist Jennifer Koh joins the festival as our 2017 Guest Artist, performing alongside festival musicians and giving a Masterclass for festival participants
- We will make our debut at New York’s new cutting edge venue National Sawdust
- Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Aaron Jay Kernis returns to lead the second season of our Composer Workshop featuring the next generation of composers
- We debut our collaborative Composer/Performer/Choreographer Workshop, collaborating with visionary creators at the top of the dance world
- We continue our Entrepreneurial Workshops, preparing performers for careers in the 21st Century
- As always, we continue our focus on intensive, individualized attention and a supportive atmosphere focused on artistic and personal growth
- And, much, much more!
Join our group of twenty elite string players from around the country, ages 20-30 – space is limited, so apply today!
Now Accepting Applications – Application Deadline March 15, 2017
Watch Our Behind The Scenes Documentary!
About The Next Festival of Emerging Artists:
Comprised of some of the most exciting young artists of tomorrow, The Next Festival of Emerging Artists is an intensive and immersive residency for young professional string players focused on musical exploration, entrepreneurial thinking and Contemporary Performance Practice. Founded by Artistic Director Peter Askim in 2013, the festival provides a setting for the next generation of artists to hone their craft in a beautiful setting, with generous financial support and the opportunity to collaborate with world class guest artists, including cellist Matt Haimovitz, ETHEL, cellist Jeff Zeigler, violist Nadia Sirota and guitarist/composer Richard Thompson.
For further information, please contact: email@example.com
” [The Next Festival] has re-energized me, reawakened my creativity, and reaffirmed, despite the overwhelming odds against me, why I do what I do.”
“… a musical haven for aspiring musicians…”