Learn virtually from Cleveland Orchestra oboist Frank Rosenwein!
Are you pursuing a career in music? Whether you’re preparing for conservatory auditions, focusing on winning your next professional job or honing your performance skills, you can learn from the Cleveland Institute of Music’s acclaimed conservatory faculty this summer.
CIM faculty Frank Rosenwein, principal oboe of The Cleveland Orchestra, leads this three-day comprehensive overview of orchestral oboe playing, covering the most standard works in the orchestral oboe repertoire through master classes, lectures and private lessons. In addition to fundamentals, the intensive will focus on creativity and storytelling in the audition process, taking you to the next level of audition preparation and performance.
About the Virtual Intensive
The intensive takes place Friday, June 5 – Sunday, June 7. Recommended for ages 16-30, the intensive creates opportunities for participants to:
- Perform in a master class
- Receive feedback on their playing
- Engage in discussions
- Take one 30-minute lesson
Check out the complete schedule. Sessions will be available to registrants to view for seven days after the intensive ends.
How to Apply or Observe
Apply and audition to be one of twelve participants in the intensive by May 22, or register to observe classes, lectures and discussions.
Submit your application and audition recordings by Friday, May 22!
- Audition recordings should be submitted in the application form as a link to an unlisted YouTube video. Click here for tips on how to record an audition video.
- Audition recording repertoire should include:
- Mozart: Oboe Concerto (first movement, exposition)
- Rossini: La scala di seta Overture (slow solo)
- One additional excerpt of the applicant’s choice
We welcome observers of all ages to view classes, lectures and discussions for a fee. Observers are required to register.
The costs and fees to participate in the intensive or to observe.
Going Virtual with CIM
We recommend using a wired internet connection for the best experience. If you are unable to connect your desktop, laptop or tablet to the internet using an Ethernet cable, a strong, stable Wi-Fi connection and/or cellular data may be used. Check the speed and strength of your Wi-Fi at speedtest.net; connections of at least 20 mbps (download) and 10 mbps (upload) are best. If yours is below 10 mbps (download) or 5 mbps (upload), you may need an upgrade from your internet provider. Upload speeds below 5 mbps will produce poor quality video and audio.
We also recommend that participants have access to an external microphone and webcam for best video and audio quality.