About this Program
The week-long Juilliard String Quartet Seminar aims to foster the artistic growth of pre-formed, pre-professional string quartets through intense coaching and mentoring with members of the Juilliard String Quartet and other participating quartets.
Approximately 6-8 groups will be offered admission to this program. The tuition for this past year's seminar was $400 per quartet and $80 per auditor.
In order to be admitted to the String Quartet Seminar, you must:
- have prior experience performing as a quartet
- be available for the entire week-long program
|Application Requirement||Received-by Deadline|
|Online Application||January 3|
|Application Fee ($USD)||January 3|
|Video Audition||January 3|
|Request for ADA audition accommodations||January 3|
You will receive notification of your admission status (admit, wait list, or deny) through your application status page no later than April 8.
Application Fee & Waivers
The $65 application fee is nonrefundable and must be paid through your application status page upon submission of your application. Your application is not considered complete until the fee has been received.
Your Application Materials
Your Online Application
Your application must be submitted online by the appropriate deadline. To begin, create your Juilliard Admissions Account, gather all of the required application materials, and follow the instructions to complete your application.
Your Video Audition
Recordings should include three movements, one each from the following periods:
The Juilliard String Quartet reviews all of the submissions and selects the quartets invited to participate. Potential auditors will be considered on an individual basis. To apply as an auditor, you must submit an email to the Office of Admission for a separate application process.
Juilliard cannot assist international quartets, or auditors, in acquiring visas for the Seminar.
Applicants with Disabilities
The Juilliard School seeks to facilitate the full participation of applicants with disabilities in the audition process. The School makes reasonable accommodations or adjustments for qualified individuals with known disabilities in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).
Juilliard will not make pre-admissions inquiries as to whether or not a student has a disability; however, applicants with documented disabilities who require reasonable accommodations in order to participate in the audition process must notify the Office of Academic Support and Disability Services (OASDS) in writing by the appropriate deadline.
You will be required to submit documentation of your disability to OASDS; this information will be kept strictly confidential. You must complete the following forms in order for the school to accommodate your specific needs:
- Applicant Release of Disability Related Information Form
- Audition Accommodation Request Form
Decisions & Enrolling
Quartets will be notified of their admissions decision by Friday, April 8.