Canada’s Royal Conservatory Announces 2022/23 Fellows
The conservatory’s Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program has named six new participants
Founded in 2013, the Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program of the Royal Conservatory’s Glenn Gould School in Toronto, Canada, provides emerging musicians a platform for career development.
The one-year postgraduate program is offered in piano, voice, and orchestral instruments. The fellowship is fully funded and additionally provides each participant with a living stipend of $6,000.
The 2022-23 Rebanks Fellows are guitarist Tim Beattie, violinist Aaron Chan, sopranos Jonelle Sills and Hannah Crawford, violist Caleb Georges, and cellist Daniel Hamin Go.
The fellows will each have a primary teacher from among The Glenn Gould School’s esteemed faculty, who will provide focused coaching twice a month. Coaching sessions will be given by artists including pianists Emanuel Ax and András Schiff, while additional sessions will be hosted with Canada’s leading musicians including Peter Oundjian, Johannes Debus, and Julian Kuerti.
Each Rebanks Fellow will also present a recital and perform chamber music concerts throughout the year at The Royal Conservatory. Orchestral musicians will have leadership opportunities in the Royal Conservatory Orchestra, working with such conductors including Sir Roger Norrington and Tito Muñoz.
Alumni of the program include members of leading chamber ensembles such as The ARC Ensemble and VC Artist The Rolston Quartet, plus those who have performed at Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, Koerner Hall, and with major orchestras in Canada and abroad.
More information on the 2022/23 Rebanks Fellows can be found here.