Requirements for your participation at IOIA are:

  • You play any orchestral instrument
  • You are pursuing a professional career in music
  • You are aged between 16 and 25 (exceptions are possible)
  • You have sufficient knowledge of German or English
  • You have a health insurance valid in Austria
  • You provide a written commitment to arrive on time and to stay until the end of the working period

Costs:

 

The course fee is 180€ (payable after arrival at the course).

Scholarships to cover part of or the entire course fee are available upon request.

 

The accommodation fee is 350€. It includes lodging and half-board for the entire period. The 'Verein der Freunde der Wiener Philharmoniker' supports every participant with a grant of 200€. Thus, the amount to be paid by the student is 150€ (payable after admission).

 

All travel expenses have to be paid by the participants (transport to St. Georgen from the airports of Munich and Vienna will be organised by IOIA). 


Registration:

 

In order to register for IOIA 2017, please submit the online registration form. You need to supply unedited videos of yourself performing (either with or without piano/orchestra accompaniment). The repertoire requirements for these videos are:

  • Violin, viola and cello: exposition (or more) of the first movement of a concerto of the classical period, and one piece of free choice
  • Double bass: two pieces of free choice, one of them possibly from the classical period
  • Flute: exposition (or more) of the first movement of Mozart K. 313, and one piece of free choice
  • Oboe: solo (Andantino, figure 4 to 8) from 'Zigeunerbaron' Ouverture (J. Strauss II), and one piece of free choice
  • Clarinet: exposition (or more) of the first movement of Mozart K. 622, and one piece of free choice
  • Bassoon: solo from 'Una furtiva lagrima' (Donizetti 'L'elisir d'amore'), and exposition (or more) of Mozart K. 191
  • Horn: beginning of the second movement of Tchaikovsky's 5th Symphony, and one piece of free choice
  • Trumpet: second movement of Haydn Concerto E flat major, and one piece of free choice
  • Trombone: Solo 'Tuba mirum' (Mozart Requiem), and one piece of free choice
  • Bass trombone: Sarabande from Bach 5th Cello Suite, and one piece of free choice
  • Tuba: solo from Mahler 1st Symphony (3rd movement), and one piece of free choice
  • Harp: Tchaikovsky 'Valse des fleurs' from 'The Nutcracker', and one piece of free choice
  • Timpani/percussion: please click here

 

Please provide either Youtube-links or links to Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive or something equivalent.

All videos will be evaluated by a jury formed by members of the Vienna Philharmonic.