The purpose of the 2019 Portillo International Music Festival will be to focus on works for String Quartets and Wind Quintets.
There will be two ways of postulation:
As an instrumentalist with specific repertoire requirements for each instrument.
As string quartets and wind quintets already formed.
Alejandra Urrutia, Artistic Director
Alejandra Urrutia, Artistic Director
Stephen Miahky, Violín (USA)
Cornelia Heard, Violín (USA)
John Kochanowski, Viola (USA)
Felix Wang, Cello (USA)
José Luis Urquieta, Oboe (Chile)
Pedro Salcedo, Bassoon (Colombia)
Gabriel Betancur, French Horn (Colombia)
Leadership and Coaching
Caroline Ward (Australia)
Juan Pablo Jara (Chile)
AGENDA OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS
Applications begin Monday, October 1 through Wednesday, October 31, 2018.
Notification of acceptance: November 15 will be notified whether or not it was accepted.
Duration of the Festival: January 12, 2019 to January 22, 2019
HOW TO APPLY?
Fill in the form with contact information (HERE to download). The application form is filled out individually.
Send link with video of application and the requested works.
All of this must be sent to the following e-mail address:
firstname.lastname@example.org you will receive an e-mail of reception of the information and if
this does not happen make sure to contact us.
AGE AND AVAILABILITY
Open to foreigners and Chileans between 18 and 30 years of age.
Availability of dates throughout the duration of the festival.
J.S.Bach, Sonatas and Partitas (two contrasting movements of your choice)
W.A Mozart, Concert for violin of your choice (first movement with cadenza)
J.S.Bach, Suites for cello (two contrasting movements to choose from)
F.A. Hoffmeister, Concert in D major (first movement with cadenza)
J.S. Bach, Suites for cello (two contrasting movements to choose from)
Joseph Haydn, Concert for cello of your choice (first movement with cadenza)
(It is suggested to include piano accompaniment, however it will not be obligatory)
First movement of choice of a quartet by Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven.
A work of choice from the romantic/impressionist or contemporary period (first movement)
W.A.Mozart, Concerto in G major, K. 313 (first movement with cadenza)
Francis Poulenc, Sonata op. 164 (movement of your choice)
W.A.Mozart, Concerto in C major, K. 314 (first movement with cadenza)
Camille Saint-Saens, Sonata op. 166 (movement of your choice)
W.A.Mozart, Concert in A major, K. 622 (first movement)
Robert Schumann, Fantasiestucke, op. 73 (movement of choice)
W.A.Mozart, Concerto in B flat major, K. 191 (First movement with cadenza)
Camille Saint-Saens, Sonata op. 168 (movement of your choice)
A work of choice between:
Richard Strauss, Concerto n. 1, op. 11 (first movement)
W.A.Mozart, Concerto n.3 in E flat major K. 447 (First movement with cadenza)
W.A.Mozart, Concerto n.4 in E flat major, K. 495 (First movement with cadenza)
Ludwig van Beethoven, Sonata, op. 17 (movement of choice)
(it is suggested to include piano accompaniment, however it will not be obligatory)
Hindemith, Wind Quintet (movement of your choice)
A piece to choose between:
Cambini, Quintet n. 1 in B flat major (first movement)
Ibert, Brief Pieces (movement of your choice)
The people who are accepted in the Portillo International Music Festival 2019, will be under the following conditions:
They will have a full scholarship, which includes: classes, lodging, meals, transportation from Santiago to Portillo and viceversa.
The festival begins on Saturday, January 12 at 6:00 p.m., so a bus will depart at 2:00 p.m. from 4270 Renato Sánchez
Street, Las Condes, Santiago. The festival ends with two final concerts (confirmed) and one concert is possible more
(still to be confirmed). One at the Portillo Hotel on Sunday 20 January at 17 hrs. and the second concert on Monday
21 from January to 20 hrs. in the city of Santiago, for which we will get off in buses from Portillo to Santiago on Monday
21 during in the morning. The third concert - if confirmed - will be on January 22nd.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF STUDENTS
If, for any reason, you miss the hours of getting on and off the bus, you will have to get to Portillo by your own.
The scholarship does not include payment of fares or health insurance. Each foreign and Chilean student must have health
insurance. Attend all classes and be punctual in everything.
Agree with all the agenda of the festival which you will have with details when you arrive in Portillo.
Because this festival is committed to excellence at all levels, there are certain actions that seem to us to be with the objective
to be achieved: During the time of the festival including the two concerts of the Festival Orchestra (one in Portillo and the
second in Santiago) students may not consume alcohol or any type of drugs.
If this happens we will know that the student will have made the decision not to continue in the festival and we will provide
him/her with the conditions to return to Santiago.
When applying make sure that in addition to the musical, you also agree with the rights and responsibilities that
everyone will have to be part of the festival!