AMF Institute Fellowship Opportunity

Early Deadline: January 15, 2022

AMF Institute announces its 2022 Summer Fellowship Programs with over 40 positions available to instrumentalists, composers, conductors, and singers.

From its inception, the Atlantic Music Festival has established a unique tradition of nurturing emerging artists through its fellowship program. The program nurtures gifted artists by providing them with unparalleled experiences to grow as performers and prepare for professional careers in performing arts. All fellows receive complete coverage of tuition, housing, and meals for the six-week duration.

MF pays the highest regard for each fellow’s contributions and talents. Fellows perform as featured artists in our recitals, chamber concerts, new music premiers, theatrical and operatic productions.

The normal submission deadline is Wednesday, February 2, 2022. However, applicants are encouraged to apply by January 15, 2022, to take advantage of our early submission deadline. Complete submission information, including dates, guidelines, and online application instructions, are available online at the AMF Institute’s website:

Programs offering Resident Artist Fellowship:


Program offering Contemporary Ensemble Fellowship:



The Atlantic Music Festival 2022 takes place between June 26 and August 7, 2022, at Colby College in Waterville, Maine. Each year, the AMF Institute committee invites over two hundred celebrated musicians and emerging artists specializing in composition, conducting, orchestral instruments, harp, guitar, piano, and voice, based on their talent and potential to make a difference in this world.


Das Institut für Neue Musik und Musikerziehung Darmstadt fördert zeitgenössische Musik aller Bereiche und ihre pädagogische Vermittlung.

Das thematische Spektrum reicht von der Tradition der kompositorischen Avantgarde über Klangkunst, Performance, Neue Medien und grenzüberschreitende Konzepte bis zur Improvisation, zum Jazz und zur Musik der Jugendkulturen.

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