- Lindemann Young Artist Development Program
Lindemann Young Artist Development Program
The goal of the Metropolitan Opera's Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, founded in 1980, is to nurture the most talented young artists through training and performance opportunities.
The Lindemann Young Artist Development Program uses the Met's unique resources to identify and educate young singers and coach/pianists for major careers in opera. To meet the individual needs of each young artist, the Program provides specialized training in music, language, dramatic coaching, and movement from the Met's own artistic staff and invited master teachers. Along with an annual stipend for living expenses, the Program also funds private lessons with approved teachers from outside the Met staff. In addition, Program participants have access to rehearsals for all Metropolitan Opera productions. Participants are offered a position with the Program for a period of two to three years for singers, and two years for pianists. During this period, the young artists’ engagements in and outside of the Met are at the consent of the Artistic and Executive Directors.
The Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artist Development Program is now accepting applications for entrance in the 2018-19 season. We will be utilizing YAP Tracker for all applications. There is no fee to apply.
The deadline for receipt of applications is Monday, October 2, 2017.
The application for singers can be found here:
The application for pianists can be found here:
You do not need to be a paying subscriber to YAP Tracker to use the application form, although you will need an account (guest accounts are available; see the website for details). Registration can be completed at http://www.yaptracker.com