The Miami Chamber Music Society offers the MCMS Fellowship, a highly competitive music education program that is designed to provide advanced music students between the ages of 14 and 22 with expert guidance, coaching, and performance opportunities. The fellowship program is free, and it aims to help young musicians achieve excellence in their musical careers by developing their technical proficiency, artistic expression, and collaborative skills.
The MCMS Fellowship is an exceptional opportunity for students who demonstrate exceptional dedication, passion, and commitment to music. The program is seeking students who have a deep interest in pursuing a career in music or who want to maintain music practice as an important part of their lives. Fellows should also exhibit thoughtfulness, creativity, and collaborative skills in their musical work.
The fellowship program includes master classes, chamber music coaching sessions, public concerts, and the opportunity to perform side-by-side with renowned visiting artists. Fellows will receive guidance from accomplished musicians and educators, and they will have access to the resources and support of the Miami Chamber Music Society and its network of professionals. Overall, the MCMS Fellowship is an excellent program for young musicians who want to take their musical skills to the next level and pursue a successful career in music.
To apply for the program, interested students should send a letter of interest, a bio or CV, and a video recording of two works in contrasting styles that were made within the last year to email@example.com by April 1st, 2023. Decisions will be made by April 15th, 2023.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the MCMS Fellowship, please feel free to reach out to Dr. Marina Radiushina at 786-556-1715 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOUNG ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM
In 2014 Mainly Mozart Festival launched its inaugural Young Artist-in-Residence program. This full-scholarship highly competitive program is designed to provide invaluable learning opportunities for outstanding young instrumentalists, including master classes, lessons, side-by-side performances during festival concerts, training in community engagement, free access to all Miami Chamber Music Society events, as well as professional guidance.
MEET TINCA BELINSCHI
MAINLY MOZART FESTIVAL YOUNG ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
Tinca Belinschi was born and educated in Romania, and only came to the U.S. in August of 2013. She is a junior at Dreyfoos School of the Arts and studies with Robert Davidovici. She began studying violin at age 7, and participated in several competitions and chamber groups in Romania. Tinca plans to become a professional musician like her parents.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
2008–2013: School of Music "Sigismund Toduta" , Cluj-Napoca (Romania)
2013–Present: Alexander Dreyfoos School of the Arts , West Palm Beach (United Staates)
2013, Alhambra Concerto Competition, Miami, USA - 3rd place
2013, National Musical Competition (Annual Olympics), Romania - 1st place
2013, International Music Competition "Remember Enescu", Sinaia, Romania - Honorable Mention
2012, International Music Competition "Lira de Aur", Suceava, Romania - 1st place
2012, National Musical Competition (Annual Olympics), Romania - 1st place
2012, International Music Competition "Sigismund Toduta", Deva, Romania - 1st place 2012, National Music Competition "Young Talents", Oradea, Romania - 1st place
2011, National Interpretative Competition "Paul Constantinescu", Ploiesti, Romania - 3rd place
2011, National Musical Competition (Annual Olympics), Romania - 1st place
2010, Music Festival "J. S. Bach", Cluj-Napoca, Romania - Grand Prize
2009, National Music Competition (Annual Olympics), Romania - 2nd place
2009, National Music Competition, Sibiu, Romania - 1st place
2009, National Music Competition "Viva la Musica", Zalau, Romania - 1st place
2008, National Music Competition (Annual Olympics), Romania - 2nd place