The 2018 Summer School will run from 8 to 13 January. The program hours are 9:00am to 3:30pm Monday to Friday followed by concerts on both Friday evening and Saturday afternoon.
Entry to our Summer School is by application only, ages 7 to 30 as of 1 January 2018. No audition is required and applicants will be allocated to an ensemble based on their preferences and ensemble experience provided at the time of application.
Applications have now closed, but some vacancies exist. To join the waiting list, please fill out the form or contact our office on 03 9376 8988 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PROGRAM FEE $550
Inclusive of $50 non-refundable administration fee.
|28 July 2017||Summer School applications open online|
|15 September 2017||Summer School applications close|
|22 September 2017||Summer School offers distributed (via email)|
|15 December 2017||MYO Office Closes|
|1 January 2018||Final date for withdrawal with refund|
|2 January 2018||MYO Office Re-opens|
|8 January 2018||Summer School begins at 9:00am|
|12 January 2018||Jazz Improvisation and Big Band Showcase Performance at 6:00pm|
|13 January 2018||Summer School Concerts|
Deposit and Payment
Full payment of $550 ($500 for additional siblings) is required upon submission of the online application form. Please note that applications will not be processed without this payment.
The enrolment fee will be payable through our online payment system. Details will be supplied upon completion of the application form. Payments can be made by credit card (Visa and Mastercard only), cheque or direct deposit (EFT).
A $50 sibling discount is available for additional family members enrolled in the 2018 Summer School. Please select the appropriate option in the payment gateway.
If for any reason the applicant cannot attend the program, notice must be given in writing by close of business 2 January 2018, in order to obtain a refund of fees. The $50 administration fee is non-refundable, and will be retained to cover costs.
To gain the most from Summer School, parents and teachers should understand the importance of correct placement within the program.
To select your preferences upon application, carefully read through the information provided to help choose the best ensemble. AMEB levels indicated for each program are not a formal requirement, but provided as a guide to the skills required. If in doubt, consult your instrumental teacher, or call our office for advice.
Our expert team will allocate students to the most appropriate ensemble and whilst preferences will be taken into account, ensemble placement will be at the sole discretion of Melbourne Youth Orchestras.