The Toronto Summer Music Academy has been conceived for emerging artists on the threshold of a professional career. These exceptionally gifted young musicians study with international faculty of the highest quality and reputation, learning from their experience and musicianship. With limited enrollment, study is intense and enriching and provides students with a chance to interact with the faculty and other emerging professionals.
All participants will receive a full fellowship covering tuition as well as tickets to all Festival concerts. Housing will be provided where possible with participants placed with host families in private residences and/or in university residences.
The Edward Johnson Building houses: a music library which is the main research music collection in Canada and includes a vast collection of sound recordings in the Sniderman Recording Archives, and Walter Hall, one of the city’s major chamber music halls. It is located on the main campus of the University of Toronto in midtown Toronto, on the subway line, and close to the city’s libraries, concert halls, galleries, museums and theatres.