Seeking Young Composers for our 14-15 Mentorship Program

Call for Scores!  The Schubert Club seeks applications from high school student musicians in the greater Twin Cities area for its annual Composer Mentorship Program.
Each Spring, talented high-school student composers in the greater Twin Cities area will be selected to work with The Schubert Club’s composer-in-residence Edie Hill for the coming academic year. Specific opportunities include: composition and repertoire, attendance at local performances, rehearsals, and workshops, a premiere of their work on The Schubert Club’s Courtroom Concert Series by horn trio, Melange á Trois (horn, violin, piano), and a one-year membership to the American Composers Forum.
Deadline to apply: Monday, June 2, 2014
The Mentorship Program is offered free of charge to each selected composer and is sponsored in part by HRK Foundation.