The Festival de Lanaudière offers a mentorship program that draws on its position as an international hub of classical music in Canada.
Made possible through generous support from the Fondation Père-Lindsay and the Fonds Jacques-Martin, this project assists six young Canadian classical musicians, whose careers have reached a high level of recognition, in developing special professional ties with internationally renowned guest artists at the Festival this summer.
SEND YOUR APPLICATION FOR THE 2023 EDITION
Which will take place in Joliette from July 21 to 29!
Requirements: Participants must be Canadian classical musicians with sound professional experience as performers and the potential to excel internationally, having demonstrated their artistic excellence and/or singular artistry. The selection jury will also aim to foster a comfortable, caring and friendly environment among the cohort of chosen participants.
Deadline for submitting your application: March 10, 4 PM
Decision announced to applicants: March 2023
Public announcement of participants: April 2023
Nominations for the 2023 edition are over.
During the 2022 edition, participants in the program were fortunate to benefit from in-depth exchanges with conductors Rafael Payare and Ariane Matiakh,
singers Michael Spyres, Lawrence Brownlee and Meagan Sill, prominent corporate directors Elizabeth Sobol (President and CEO of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center and former Managing Director of IMG Artists) and Janice Price (President and CEO of the Banff Centre), as well as Christophe Huss (classical music journalist, Le Devoir).