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Music is the
universal language
of humankind
Music is the
universal language
of humankind
H. W. Longfellow

The mission of the Stadler-Trier Music Foundation is primarily the support of young talents in the field of classical music and the development of activities for this target group. Foundation projects are intended either directly for individuals (pupils, students) or for organizations that help students in their artistic development.

The mission of the Stadler-Trier Music Foundation is primarily the support of young talents in the field of classical music and the development of activities for this target group. Foundation projects are intended either directly for individuals (pupils, students) or for organizations that help students in their artistic development.

Application for foundation grant for individuals

We strongly recommend you to first read the entire form, prepare all the mandatory appendices and personal details and only then fill the form, as you are unable to save your progress before sending. Fields marked with a star are mandatory.
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We accept only YouTube links, thank you
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In case of master classes please state the name of the particular pedagogue and estimated number and profile of participants)
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The applicant declares that he has read the Information on Personal Data Processing in detail - downloadable at - www.stadler-foundation.ch, and hereby grants the Stadler-Trier Fund explicit consent to the processing of personal data in accordance with the provisions of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU). ) 2016/679, on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation) and Act No. 101/2000 Coll. on the protection of personal data and on the amendment of certain laws specified in the application and the attached documents for the purpose of processing the application for a foundation contribution and inclusion in the database of applications. Hereby, declare that consent is given voluntarily. This consent is granted by the applicant for a period of 10 years from the date of its granting.
 
The applicant agrees that the Stadler-Trier Foundation should obtain a copy of the document by which the applicant proves his / her identity (ID card, passport, permanent residence card, etc.).
 
The applicant has the right to information, to extract and correct his personal data kept by the Stadler-Trier Foundation. The applicant has the right to revoke the consent at any time in accordance with the conditions of personal data processing, as evidenced by a declaration of acquaintance with the conditions of personal data processing.
 
The applicant further agrees that in the case of a grant from the Stadler-Trier Foundation, his personal data (in the range of first name, amount of the grant and for what purpose it was provided) may be listed on the website of the Stadler-Trier Foundation, on social networks and publications of the Stadler-Trier Foundation, or to this extent handed over to the donor who contributed to the programs for the provision of grant contributions to the Stadler-Trier Foundation:

The applicant declares that he has read the Information on Personal Data Processing in detail - downloadable at - www.stadler-foundation.ch, and hereby grants the Stadler-Trier Fund explicit consent to the processing of personal data in accordance with the provisions of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU). ) 2016/679, on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation) and Act No. 101/2000 Coll. on the protection of personal data and on the amendment of certain laws specified in the application and the attached documents for the purpose of processing the application for a foundation contribution and inclusion in the database of applications. Hereby, declare that consent is given voluntarily. This consent is granted by the applicant for a period of 10 years from the date of its granting.

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We will soon open a call for scholarships. BUT BEFORE YOU FILL OUT THE APPLICATION...

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Our mission

Our mission

Before his death, Jan Stadler very carefully formulated the form and to whom the Foundation would provide its support. Talent alone, however, is usually not enough for a successful musical career. A whole range of other skills, knowledge and personal qualities are needed to set a talented young music student on the path to a truly rewarding career as an artist. Our Foundation therefore seeks to encourage young people not only in their musical talents, but also to contribute to the development of other components that will ultimately help shape an exceptional artistic personality.

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Our mission
We want to support the talented
How our projects work

How our projects work

Based on the decision of founder Jan Stadler, the foundation supports students of classical music in their artistic development. An important aspect of this journey is openness and receptivity to different approaches, influences, methods, concepts and techniques. A means of developing this openness can be, for example, study stays at art colleges, participation in master classes led by important musical personalities, participation in music competitions, etc. That is why scholarships are a fundamental pillar of the foundation's activities. The foundation focuses on awarding several types of scholarships:

Projects
How our projects work
We contribute, we cooperate, we support

Methods of support

Individual support
Individual support
Scholarships, foreign study allowances for musical instrument, foreign study...
Jan Stadler Library
Jan Stadler Library
A large library of music literature, an extensive selection and the possibility of borrowing sheet music...
Support for organisations
Support for organisations
Educational projects, organization of master classes, music academies...

Who we help

Studenti
Students
Students of elementary school of art, high school and university of various musical disciplines
  • Students of secondary and higher art schools (conservatories, music grammar schools, HAMU Prague, JAMU Brno, VŠMU Bratislava, ... ), in exceptional cases also students of other types of schools
  • Pupils and students of primary art schools
Absolventi
Graduates
Graduates and young musicians under 30
  • Graduates of secondary and higher music schools only up to the age of 30
  • Young professional musicians up to the age of 30
Organizátoři
Organisers
Education and projects for young people

Organisers

  • Individuals who organize projects for young talented musicians and music students, provided that these projects are in line with the mission of the Foundation. These projects include in particular masterclasses.

Organisations

  • Organizers and promoters of projects aimed at supporting and developing talented music students or young professionals under the age of 30.
  • Music schools
Scholarships for students
How to get a scholarship

How to get a scholarship

Based on the decision of founder Jan Stadler, the foundation supports students of classical music in their artistic development. An important aspect of this journey is openness and receptivity to different approaches, influences, methods, concepts and techniques. A means of developing this openness can be, for example, study stays at art colleges, participation in master classes led by important musical personalities, participation in music competitions, etc. That is why scholarships are a fundamental pillar of the foundation's activities. The foundation focuses on awarding several types of scholarships: long-term study scholarships, short-term study scholarships and master course scholarships.

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