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Application for foundation grant for individuals

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We accept only YouTube links, thank you
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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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Scholarships

Scholarships

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Guidelines for scholarship applications are available here.

 

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. The selection of applicants, including criteria, is solely the responsibility of the foundation's board of directors.

Short-term scholarships

The short-term scholarship program is intended for those who wish to explore new avenues of their artistic development through a short-term stay at a foreign art school (of several weeks or months), through master classes and competitions, or in any other way that can open the candidate to new possibilities in his musical education. This program is intended for students from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Switzerland. 

Long-term scholarships

Our foundation awards several long-term scholarships each year. These scholarships are intended for very talented students from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Switzerland who are already studying or have been accepted to study at top Swiss music schools and who are demonstrably in need of financial support. Scholarships are not intended for the study of composition or early music performed on authentic period instruments.

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Studying abroad

Studying abroad

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. The selection of applicants, including criteria, is solely the responsibility of the foundation's board of directors.

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Want to learn from the masters?
Music contest

Music contest

Participation in a prestigious international interpretation competition can significantly help a talented individual in his artistic development. The environment of interpretation competitions provides an opportunity to motivate students and young music professionals, to familiarize them with new principles of interpretation and, above all, to learn to recognize and admire the quality work of others, even if they are winning the competition. Through competitions, the teacher has room for the comprehensive improvement of the key competences of his pupil. As part of competition preparation, the participant expands his repertoire, improves his playing, improves concentration and acquires the ability to cope with mistakes, stage fright or a high level of stress during public performances in front of a jury and other music professionals. For these reasons, our foundation supports participation in high-quality international competitions in cases where participation in the competition is costly and beyond the applicant's means. As part of the grant procedure, it is possible to apply for financial support for, for example, transport or accommodation at the venue of the competition, if it is held in a country other than the applicant's home country.

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we will donate a musical instrument
Master class

Master class

This type of scholarship is intended for talented students who want to improve their art and discover new paths through participation in quality master classes, but their economic situation makes it difficult for them. As in previous cases, a difficult economic situation must be proven. It is possible to apply for a contribution to the participation fee for domestic or foreign master courses, provided that the participant does not receive a scholarship from other sources or directly from the organizer of the master course, or that he consults with our foundation. Here too, the Foundation has the full right to decide whether to grant a scholarship.

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Contribution for a musical instrument

Contribution for a musical instrument

In justified cases, the Foundation can donate a musical instrument to a talented individual or musical institution if they cannot afford to purchase it themselves. The contribution can also be used to repair an older musical instrument. Applicants - Individuals must be high school or college art students. In exceptional cases, the foundation can contribute to an applicant under the age of fifteen, but here it is necessary to prove the applicant's extraordinary talent (e.g., successes in competitions, etc.). When awarding a grant for a musical instrument, several factors are considered: the proven musical talent of the applicant and his efforts to develop this talent, the socio-economic situation of the applicant and his family, the applicant's study and professional plans and other factors. The foundation provides only a limited number of grants for a musical instrument. The musical instrument grant application can be submitted by XX and the application form including the current criteria can be found here.

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