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YOUNG ADULT | CARNEGIE HALL

Program Overview

The Young Adult Series assembles some of the most talented college-aged and young adult vocalists to experience the thrill of working with master conductors and performing on the famed Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall.

2017 Young Adult Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall

February 2-6, 2017

We are pleased to welcome high school graduates aged 18-25 to apply for the inaugural Young Adult Honors Performance Series in February 2017. The Young Adult Series challenges next-level musicians to further their skills, network with other talented musicians, work with renowned conductors, and ultimately take part in an advanced Carnegie Hall performance. When not rehearsing and performing, selected singers will be able to explore opportunities in music, experience the best of New York City arts, and get to know other musicians from around the world.

Program Highlights

  • Perform in the elite Honors Performance at Carnegie Hall .
  • Work with a master conductor and build your performing resume.
  • Rehearse and interact with other like-minded musicians.
  • See the sights and enjoy time with other selected vocalists during your Celebration Cruise aboard a luxury yacht.
  • Attend a Broadway Show or Met Opera, interact with a panel of professional New York City musicians, and take part in workshops led by Broadway cast members.

Sample Itinerary
(Selected Finalists, see your acceptance materials for a more detailed itinerary)

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Day 1
Thursday, February 2, 2017

  • Morning: Travel to New York City
  • Afternoon: Make your way to the Series hotel and check in
  • Evening: Welcome meeting and panel discussion with New York City music professionals

Day 4
Sunday, February 5, 2017

  • Morning: Workshop with Broadway cast members
  • Afternoon: Final rehearsal and performance preparation
  • Evening: Carnegie Hall performance

Day 2
Friday, February 3, 2017

  • Morning & Afternoon: Rehearsals and solo auditions (if available) with the Honors Conductor
  • Evening: Broadway show or Met opera (show options will be announced along with Finalist selections on approximately October 31)

Day 5
Monday, February 6, 2017

  • Morning: Farewell and program check out
  • Afternoon: Depart New York for home

Day 3
Saturday, February 4, 2017

  • Morning & Afternoon: Rehearsal with the Honors Conductor
  • Evening: Cruise around Manhattan on a luxury yacht during the Finalist Celebration

Scholarship Opportunities

The Honors Performance Series is dedicated to bringing together talented young performers from across the world. Need-based partial scholarships are available to full-time students to ensure that performers of all economic backgrounds may apply for this unique performance honor at Carnegie Hall. Please contact us at +1 (800) 503-0807 to learn more.

The Series is additionally proud to share a number of fundraising ideas with selected performers, including our Gift of Performance E-Card, which many Finalists have used to raise their full program cost! Click here for more details.

Program Components and Cost

The cost for selected 2017 Young Adult Series participants is $1,599 and includes the following:

  • All rehearsals, including equipment and sheet music
  • All production and services for the Carnegie Hall performance
  • All shown activities – including a Broadway show/Met opera, celebration, and other activities
  • Ground transportation to activities during the program (arrival and departure transportation—flights, trains, etc.—to and from the Series hotel is the responsibility of participants)
  • Exposure to and learning from a world-class conductor for the program duration
  • Guides for activities outside the hotel (if desired) and program staff to assist participants in New York
  • Four nights’ lodging in highly rated, centrally located hotel (quad occupancy) with staff onsite to ensure a good stay
  • A 24-hour staffed emergency office in New York City to handle any unexpected circumstances
  • 24-hour access to one of our George Washington Hospital doctors on call for medical support during the program
  • Extensive traveler insurance while on the program
Everywhere in the world, music enhances a hall, with one exception: Carnegie Hall enhances the music.

Isaac Stern
Violinist and Savior of Carnegie Hall

The Honors Performance Series is proudly presented and operated by WorldStrides.

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1359 Broadway, Suite 1504, New York, NY 10018
+1 (800) 503-0807
honors@honorsperformance.org

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