The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance is excited to introduce a specialized Masters' Degree track focusing on performance of 20th and 21st century solo, chamber and ensemble works. The students will work with members of the celebrated Meitar Ensemble on contemporary repertoire, exploring notation, performance techniques, aesthetic concepts and interpretation.
In addition, the participating students will perform regularly at the JAMD and will be invited to join the Meitar Ensemble in its Tel Aviv concert series.
The TEDARIM intensive two-year program is open to instrumentalists, conductors and composers holding a bachelor’s degree (B.Mus. or B.A.Mus. or its academic equivalent) and is open in the 2023-2024 academic year to students who play the violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet, bassoon, piano, percussion and also to singers, composers and conducting students. In addition, the Tedarim Track offers a new Specialization in Electronics Music Composition.
Scholarships are available for outstanding students.