Download the 2014 SITC Application here. Auditions for the 2014 trip start in February 2014. Please check your application category for dates and instructions
The program is designed to be a life-altering performing arts residency capital in artistic capital of the United States: New York City. Participants will meet and study with some of the greatest professional artists in the world.
PLEASE REVIEW THE APPLICATION CAREFULLY
While “Summer in the City” is an artistically rewarding program, the pace and intensity of its training schedule can be physically and emotionally demanding. Please audition with the understanding that discipline and a commitment to work hard are required for your success.
2014 will be our ninth successful year, “Summer in the City” (SITC) is a 3 week long performing arts summer camp in NYC where the participants reside at The Juilliard School, working with world class artists, teachers, casting directors and agents:
Private lessons are alternated with a variety of group seminars, workshops, and activities. Participants also attend many performances on Broadway, at the New York Philharmonic, American Ballet Theatre, and Off-Broadway.
A short list of past mentors includes:
“Summer in the City” is an "arts as discipline" program designed to provide talented youth from all over the world the same opportunities afforded their contemporaries residing in major metropolitan areas. Thereby fostering competitive standards for these aspiring youth through the study of and exposure to world class artistic achievement.
This project will foster a network of personal contacts with internationally recognized educators and artists. The program is designed to acquaint them with the disciplinary, physical and scholastic demands of World Class Excellence.
SITC continues in the vein of the more than forty years of research beginning with Manuel Barkan's (Ohio State University) movement of "arts as discipline" during the 1960's, which provided stimulus for J. Paul Getty's second phase during the 1980's and finally the third movement: "Transforming Education Through the Arts Challenge" (TETAC) during the 1990's.
SITC will challenge and inspire participants to broaden the horizons of individual potential, and instill the discipline required for a career in the arts, or equally; a productive and rewarding life.
"Art is humanity's most essential, most universal language. It is not a frill but a necessary part of communication. The quality of civilization can be measured through its music, dance, drama, architecture, visual art and literature. We must give our children knowledge and understanding of civilization's most profound works."
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