Jugendsinfonieorchester Stuttgart sucht Familien und Ansprechpartner in Schweden für Juni 2017

9. November 2016 von H. Wittmann

stuttgarter-musikschuleINTERNATIONAL YOUTH EXCHANGE in SWEDEN 2017

Jugendsinfonieorchester Stuttgart (JuSO)
Stuttgart Youth Symphony
DATES June 2 – 14, 2017

ACTIVITIES This international youth exchange offers various opportunities for young students to meet each other and get to know a different culture. In order to facilitate the exchange, we will organize the following activities:

– Meet and greet reception with snacks and drinks
– Combined rehearsals with other youth ensembles
– Rehearsal with the conductor from a partner institution
– Collaborative concerts where both ensembles play
– Master classes with various teachers
– General touring activities in Sweden

EXPECTATIONS In order to provide an intensive cultural exchange between the students, it is optimal when the German students may be hosted by Swedish families. This allows the students to have the most direct contact with Swedish culture and provides the greatest opportunity for exchange and growth. We ask that the host families provide a reasonable place to sleep and breakfast for the guests during their stay.

We ask that the collaborative partner organize and coordinate at least one joint concert in their region. The concert should feature both ensembles playing either separately or together.
In exchange for your hospitality, we extend an open invitation to our collaborative partners to come and visit us in Stuttgart, Germany!

CONTACT Alexander G. Adiarte
Orchestra Director
Stuttgarter Musikschule
Rotebühlplatz 28 D-70173 Stuttgart
+49 711 216 66235
Alexander.adiarte@stuttgart.de
dirigent@alexanderadiarte.com

jugendorchester-stuttgart

The Stuttgart Youth Symphony of the Stuttgart Music School
offers the opportunity to rehearse and perform works of the symphonic repertoire for young musicians aged 14-20 in the greater region of Stuttgart, Germany.

Approximately 70 instrumentalists rehearse weekly and perform 2-3 public concerts each year in and around Stuttgart. The Stuttgart Youth Symphony is open to instrumentalists from the Stuttgart Music School as well as private students. Especially talented young musicians may also be able to perform as a soloist with the orchestra. Since 2007, the orchestra enjoys a direct partnership with the Stuttgarter Philharmonic Orchestra, working with and performing concerts together with the profssional musicians.

Concert tours and exchange projects play an important role in our orchestral activities. Recent tours brought the orchestra to the USA (2008), Spain (2010), Brazil (2012) and China (2014). In 2017 the orchestra is planning to go to Sweden.

In 2013, the Stuttgart Youth Symphony was awarded 2. Prize in the Deutschen Jugendorchesterpreis for its innovative program “Symphonic Cinema”.

adiarteAlexander G. Adiarte, ConductorAlexander G. Adiarte was born in Minnapolis, Minnesota. He studied Music and Violin Performance with Erick Friedman at Yale Universtiy and completed his Diploma in conducting at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater „Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy“ in Leipzig.
The american conductor was a scholarship recipient of the International Ensemble Modern Academy with Helmut Lachenmann. Other scholarships include the Forum Neues Musiktheater at the Staatsoper Stuttgart, Akademie Musiktheater heute with Deutsche Bank, as well as the Richard Wagner Society.

In 2003, Adiarte received a Tanglewood Music Center Fellowship, where he participated in master classes with Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, Christoph von Dohnanyi, and Kurt Masur. Since then, he has also participated in Master Classes with Jorma Panula, Peter Eötvös, and Helmuth Rilling.

His multifaceted musical activities leaves great impressions both on the local level as well as worldwide on an international level. He assited in several productions at the Staatsoper Stuttgart. Since 2006, Adiarte is the Artistic Director of the Leonberg Symphony Orchestra. In 2007 he was named the Orchestra Director of the Stuttgarter Musikschule, where he works closely with the Stuttgarter Philharmonic as well as the Württembergischer Kammerorchster Heilbronn. Since 2012, Adiarte is also the Artistic Director of the Orchesterverein Stuttgart, Germany’s oldest orchestral societ

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