HA NOI — The South-east Asian Youth Chamber Orchestra (SEAYCO) is looking for young talented musicians from ASEAN countries.
As many as 25 young musicians will be selected on the basis of auditions to be members of this newly established orchestra.
Members will have the chance to participate in an annual two-week Master class led by a famous conductor.
This year, the Master class will be conducted in October by Professor Nicolas Pasquet from the Liszt School of Music Weimar, Germany. After the course, SEAYCO will perform in Thailand and Myanmar.
SEAYCO members will perform together for three years, during which they will work closely together in a series of master classes. SEAYCO is a joint programme of the Mahidol University (Thailand) and the Goethe Institute in South-east Asia.
Auditions for young Vietnamese artists will be held at the Goethe Institute branch in HCM City on August 10 and on August 11 in Ha Noi, both from 9am.
Contestants can also send their video clips to firstname.lastname@example.org before September 9. — VNS