Yellow Barn Young Artist Program
Maurey McNaugton  63 Main Street 
Putney,  VT,  5346
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Founded in 1998, Yellow Barn's Young Artists Program brings together up to 28 advanced young instrumentalists and composers from across the country for a rigorous and exciting 18-day chamber music workshop that includes intensive study with renowned faculty and three public performances. The challenging yet supportive learning environment features inspiring coaching, private lessons, performance and master classes, theory classes, rehearsal and practice time, and a range of recreational activities. Each instrumentalist studies three major chamber works, with repertoire assigned in advance. With a student/faculty ratio of about 3:1, all participants receive in-depth, personal attention from a dedicated faculty of artist-teachers on the faculty at Yellow Barn. Composers enjoy individual and group instruction, opportunities to work closely with performers, and high-caliber performances and recordings of their music.

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