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Welcome on the Orchestre de la Francophonie application plateform.
L’Orchestre de la Francophonie (OF), under the artistic direction of Jean-Philippe Tremblay, prepares young musicians, who have graduated from the world’s foremost institutions, for their future career in orchestras of national and international reputation.
Three objectives are central to the Orchestra: learn, innovate and share.
Learn , by offering each outstanding young artist the tools, both musical and extramusical, necessary for an orchestral career at the highest international levels. Innovate , by reinventing the concert format through daring new approaches that present performances in unusual locations and formats with artistic disciplines that naturally combine to form new and exciting performance opportunities.Learn Innovate
Share , by stimulating the Orchestra’s social engagement and implication in the community, by developing mutually beneficial partnerships, by presenting recordings and broadcasts of the highest quality and by encouraging openness, tolerance and the willingness to share.Share
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All strings, woodwinds, brass, harp and percussions position are open for 2018 seasons. This year, application to audition will only be held through Acceptd.
Applications deadline : March 15th 2018 - 11:59 PM (Eastern time). Applications cost : USD $75 Age requirement: Between 18 and 30 years old on June 25, 20182018 program : June 2nd to August 5th. Highlights of next summer: MahlerSymphony # 3, Tchaikovsky Symphony # 5, Québec and Ontario tour, workshops and masterclass, orchestral audition simulation, extramusical workshops. Every musician will receive, after completion of the program, a CAD $1,500 award. A housing fund will be given to OF participant to help with housing in Montreal. Meals and housing will be provided by OF during the tour. To see audition requirements and other specifics instructions, please select your instrument in the scrollbar select program group and then select program . If you have questions, feel free to contact us to [email protected]
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