Community MusicWorks Fellowship

Description: 
A fellowship for a period of two years to teach, perform with members of the Providence String Quartet as the Community MusicWorks Players, and learn about their model for community arts education. Fellows are directly involved in teaching, performing, and mentoring. Community MusicWorks introduced a Fellowship Program in September 2006 through which young professional musicians can join us in Providence for a period of two years to teach, perform with members of the Providence String Quartet as the Community MusicWorks Players, and acquire firsthand knowledge about our model for community arts education. The Fellowship Program includes five part-time positions: four Fellows and a Fellowship Program Director who is also involved in teaching, performing, and mentoring.
Qualifications: 
Candidates must be a young professional violinist, violist, and cellist and must be committed to spending two years performing, teaching, and mentoring in urban neighborhoods in Providence, Rhode Island.