Age limit: 35 years
Lessons begin on July 3 / 10 a.m.

Candidates must present the score of one or more recent compositions with their application form. They will also be required to transcribe for string quartet a “sonata” by Domenico Scarlatti. They should choose between: K.120 in D minor (L.215) and K 132 in C major.
These scores, together with the application form and the attendance/examination fees must reach the Academy’s Offices by 31 May.
The Chigiana Academy will inform all candidates of the selection panel’s decisions.
The course will be made up of daily workshops.
At the beginning of the course active students will be required to present an original composition they have begun or for which they have an outline. This composition must be for one of the following: quintet with flute (2 violins, viola, cello, flute), smaller ensemble or soloist. As the work develops it will be rehearsed by the resident performers: the Quartetto Promoteo and flutist Matteo Cesari. If possible, the composition will be performed at the end of course concert.
The collaboration of resident soloists will produce lessons and analyses aimed at providing essential knowledge of the classical and modern repertoires.
The course may be attended by auditors.