Summer School fees
The basic fee is £260 and covers tuition, morning and afternoon tea/coffee breaks and access to, and use of, all facilities. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all optional. Together with camping, hostel and ensuite options we believe the cost of attending summer school should be within the reach of everyone. The full range of fee options is set out on the application form.
Student bursaries: These are available to students in full-time education. To be considered for a place we require, in addition to your application form, up to 240 words indicating what you want to get out of the course. This statement needs to be signed by your Head of Studies who must also confirm your status as a full time student. Bursaries are worth £120.
Concessionary places: These are offered to those on a first come basis whose main source of income is Job Seeker's Allowance, income-based benefit or state pension. Proof is required, in the first instance a copy of relevant document/s should accompany your application form. Concessionary places are worth £60.
Scholarships: Subject to funding, up to six scholarships wlll be awarded to work with and assist tutors on the Summer School. These include opportunities with Matthew Sharp (music theatre), Gregory Rose (choral conducting), Michael Finnissy (composition), Rob Worby (sonic arts), Mary Dullea (piano masterclasses) and Darragh Morgan and Robin Michael (string orchestras and chamber ensembles).
Saturday 3rd to Friday 9th August 2013
High Melton campus, Doncaster College, South Yorkshire, UK
Tutored by well-known musicians and regularly described as ‘inspiring' and ‘life enhancing' CoMA's International Music Summer School provides an exhilarating and uniquely supportive environment for exploring new repertoires, developing music-making skills and forging new and enduring friendships. By linking up with Allcomers Music, the summer school offers a wider range of options than ever before, providing musicians of all abilities with a multiplicity of opportunities to engage in new musical experiences both as participants and audiences.
CoMA gratefully acknowledges financial support from PRS for Music Foundation