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Sheet Music
full scholarship emerging artist music festival

Sessions running June 14-29 2021 in Wabash, IN * see individual institute for session dates  

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RESONANCE INSTITUTE

JUNE 14-18

Resonance Institute, a part of the Honeywell Arts Academy, aims to inspire the next generation of expansive musicians. Resonance gives unconventional musicians and already formed groups an opportunity to learn from one another alongside the world renowned faculty, to push their artistry forward while also addressing the entrepreneurial facet of the music industry. All programs at the Honeywell Arts Academy focus on fostering the human spirit by performing within the community to use music as a means to connect and heal, instilling this foundation for artists to take throughout their career.  With faculty Peter Dugan, Charles Yang, Ranaan Meyer, and Nick Kendall

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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must be 18 years of age or older

Submissions open November 2020 and close February 15 2021 

An application fee will be applied to each application as follows:

  • early bird $50 application fee until 11:59 EST December 31 2020 

  • standard $75 application fee January 1 2021 until application deadline February 12 2021

To be notified when applications open please submit email above

Resonance Institute - Innovative Entrepreneurial Musicians

To apply, the ensemble/musician must submit a standard application which requests information about how long they have been performing, along with their music education background. Candidates must also submit an audition video including 2-3 contrasting songs along with a 60 second description as to why this will benefit their career. 

Artists are selected based on their merit, passion, story, ability to work with a team, and overall potential. The administration, artistic director, and faculty assess the musicians through a process of 2 rounds: preliminaries and finals. Following this, they create an acceptance for the finalists and anywhere from 2 to 5 high level alternate selections in the case that one or two finalists are unable to attend.

*all application videos are to be posted via an unlisted Youtube link

For questions please contact wabass@honeywellfoundation.org

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SOUNDBOARD INSTITUTE

JUNE 19-23

Soundboard Institute, a part of the Honeywell Arts Academy, aims to inspire the next generation of pianists by focusing on the free flow of ideas from student to teacher to peers in a collaborative environment we call "the sharing of knowledge".  Built upon the principle that we should view and encourage our peers as colleagues as opposed to competitors keeping musicianship and artistry at the forefront of our ideals. All programs at the Honeywell Arts Academy focus on fostering the human spirit by performing within the community to use music as a means to connect and heal. With faculty John O'Conor and Peter Dugan.

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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must be 18 years of age or older

Submissions open November 2020 and close February 15 2021 

An application fee will be applied to each application as follows:

  • early bird $50 application fee until 11:59 EST December 31 2020 

  • standard $75 application fee January 1 2021 until application deadline February 12 2021

To be notified when applications open please submit email above

Soundboard Institute - Pianists

To apply, artists must submit a standard application which requests information about how long they have been playing, their educational background, with whom they currently study, and a description as to why they play their instrument. Candidates must also submit an audition video.

Artists are selected based on their merit, passion, story, ability to work with a team, and overall potential. The administration, artistic director, and faculty assess the musicians through a process of 2 rounds: preliminaries and finals. Following this, they create an acceptance for the finalists and anywhere from 2 to 5 high level alternate selections in the case that one or two finalists are unable to attend.

*all application videos are to be posted via an unlisted Youtube link

For questions please contact wabass@honeywellfoundation.org

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WABASS INSTITUTE

JUNE 24-29

Wabass Institute, a part of the Honeywell Arts Academy, is a unique full-scholarship performance institute.  Wabass uniquely fosters an inclusive, supportive environment where ideas are freely shared from teacher to student and vice versa. We call this concept “sharing of knowledge,” the founding philosophy of Wabass. All programs at the Honeywell Arts Academy focus on fostering the human spirit by performing within the community to use music as a means to connect and heal. With faculty Eric Larson, Hal Robinson, and Ranaan Meyer.

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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must be 18 years of age or older

Submissions open November 2020 and close February 15 2021 

An application fee will be applied to each application as follows:

  • early bird $50 application fee until 11:59 EST December 31 2020 

  • standard $75 application fee January 1 2021 until application deadline February 12 2021

To be notified when applications open please submit email above

Wabass Institute - Double Bassists

To apply, artists must submit a standard application which requests information about how long they have been playing, their educational background, with whom they currently study, and a description as to why they play their instrument. Candidates must also submit an audition video. 

 

Artists are selected based on their merit, passion, story, ability to work with a team, and overall potential. The administration, artistic director, and faculty assess the musicians through a process of 2 rounds: preliminaries and finals. Following this, they create an acceptance for the finalists and anywhere from 2 to 5 high level alternate selections in the case that one or two finalists are unable to attend.

*all application videos are to be posted via an unlisted Youtube link

For questions please contact wabass@honeywellfoundation.org

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