"The goal of the Mendelssohn Fellowship is to see, perhaps in a decade, a Korea which is known the world over as a country where chamber music is enjoyed by all, and practiced by many," said David Finckel. "These young musicians will combine their passion with creative, entrepreneurial thinking, to work in Korean society. They will reach out to their peers, the audience of the future.
The Fellowship is named after the prolific and gifted 19th century composer Felix Mendelssohn who greatly expanded the understanding and appreciation of music. It will support the efforts of a highly accomplished and motivated young Korean musician to further the art of chamber music and take advantage of the growing enthusiasm for chamber music in Korea. Application of the fellowship funds may include presenting chamber music performances, educational programs and outreach events, fees for collaborating musicians and educators, media initiatives, such as website, live streaming or distance teaching, music industry and/or educational conferences, consultation expenses, and promotional costs.
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