As registrations for Rhapsody Rotorua open, now is the perfect time to start planning your musical calendar.
We offer premier festivals in Australia, New Zealand and New York. Whether you’re looking to travel as an ensemble or an individual performer, there is something to suit your performance interests and requirements. Get ready for these upcoming music festivals..
Looking to travel as a group? Domestic and international festivals offer a great opportunity for your ensemble to learn, perform and grow together.
Rhapsody Rotorua Festival: July 2018 & 2019
From choirs to orchestras, stage bands to jazz groups – all musical styles and genres have a place at Rhapsody Rotorua, New Zealand’s international youth music festival. Over the course of a week, students take part in concert performances, adjudication, master classes, music workshops, school visits and staged theatre concerts.
“The musical mentors at the sessions were excellent and really motivated our students” Teacher, Australia
Registrations for Rhapsody Rotorua 2019 are now open, don’t miss out! To register your interest, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Do you have students that excel individually as a vocalist or instrumentalist? Have you been looking for an opportunity that challenges them to achieve new performance heights? The Honors Performance Series is your answer.
Honors Performance Series at Sydney Opera House: July 2019
Each year the Series brings together talented young musicians selected from across the globe to Sydney where finalists study under master conductors, get to know accomplished musicians from around the world and perform on one of the world’s most renowned stages – the Sydney Opera House.
“I made incredible music with incredible people, and I lived outside of the box while getting to do what I love most” Hayley, Student
Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall: February 2019
Designed to reward musical achievement, this elite festival invites accomplished individuals to perform at the world-famous Carnegie Hall. Students are led by conductors internationally acclaimed for their work and extensive experience working with talented students. They also get to experience the rich history and tradition of arts that are part of the diverse culture of New York City.
“One of the best parts about performing at the festival was the fact that I was able to play with other students from around the world and share an experience none of us will ever forget” Jon, Student
For dates, information and to register your interest for the Honors Performance Series, visit worldstrides.com.au/honorsperformanceseries