Goldegg Music Seminar in Salzburg, Austria + visit to Vienna
February 10-21, 2017
Partick Walders, Director of Choral Studies
The Goldegg Music Seminar in Salzburg, Austria is attended by professional conductors, vocalists, teachers, and students from countries such as Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain, Latvia, Lithuania, and England. Dr. Walders is a co-headliner for the seminar and the SDSU contingency will represent U.S.A.
The week-long intensive seminar involves intensive rehearsals, reading sessions, literature sessions, conducting, private lessons and performances. While in Austria, participants will have the opportunity to visit historical sites in Salzburg and Vienna.
Patrick Walders email@example.com
Participants are responsible for purchasing their airfare, train tickets, meals and accommodations in Austria. Students that have completed the application will automatically be enrolled in the required SDSU international health insurance plan. The plan costs $60; students will be billed through their SDSU account in late February or March.
SDSU students must complete the online application by Sunday, February 5