PALMUSIC AND THE INGENIUM ACADEMY
FOUR YOUNG TALENTED PALESTINIANS NEED YOUR SUPPORT!
This summer, we aim to send four students from the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music to the Ingenium Academy, the UK’s top summer music school, and WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Your donation can give our young students a unique musical and cultural experience in the heart of Winchester, England. With the money raised, two cello and two french horn players from Palestine will join students from all over the world for three unforgettable weeks of creative collaboration and intensive music training from UK’s finest musicians.
Please follow the link below and support our campaign by making a donation towards the funding of 4 scholarships. Scholarships will cover all the students’ expenses, including airfare, instrumental tuition, workshops, rehearsals, concerts, trips, food and accommodation.
To thank you for your donation, Ingenium Academy will award you with free tickets to the students’ final concert, a day at the Ingenium Academy or a free conducting workshop!
What students say:
In 2012, Layan Nijem from Palestine attended the Ingenium Academy on a full scholarship:
”The Ingenium Academy is a cross-cultural program that teaches us to embrace our differences through music. It brings students from all around the world to share their passion of music together. I created long-lasting friendships, learned how to live with other people and celebrate our differences. The Ingenium Academy not only taught me about music, it made me a better person. I came to know myself better at the Ingenium Academy and became a more confident musician and motivated me to pursue a career as a violist.”
This Summer let’s give the opportunity to our young students to study music and make friends in the international and professional environment of the Ingenium Academy!