Due to the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus disease (Covid-19), we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the festival until 2021. The safety and well-being of our faculty, participants, and staff is of the utmost importance to us at Augustine Noble, and we would not want to willingly put anyone at risk. Whilst we are disappointed to not be able to proceed with the festival this year, we are very much looking forward to continue planning and pouring our efforts into making the festival even more successful for 2021!
If you have any additional questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us. If you have already submitted an application for 2020, we will automatically keep your application on file for next year. Thank you again for your interest, and hopefully we look forward to welcoming you to the festival in 2021. We wish you, your family, and friends good health and happiness during these uncertain times!
The Festival Management
Who's eligible? String musicians aged 18+
Festival dates: 26 July - 9 August 2020
Festival location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Application deadline: 15 March 2020
Application fee: FREE
€2800 per person (Euro)
$3000 per person (USD)
Private lessons with faculty
Chamber ensemble coachings
Chamber orchestra coachings
Masterclass opportunities with guest artists
Performances in local concert halls and churches
Performances in solo and chamber music recitals as well as orchestral concerts
Collaborative concerts with faculty members
14 nights’ accommodation in shared rooms
Sightseeing and recreation, including exercise classes, day trip to Lake Bled, and final party at Ljubljana Castle
Applicants are required to submit the following three items:
1) Completed application form: Please complete the application form following the "APPLY NOW" link above.
2) Audition video: All applicants are required to submit video links to two contrasting pieces. The pieces should be different in character, style, or genre. Please also list the pieces and composers below. If preferred, you may email the links directly to with the subject as follows: applicant's full name, instrument, and LMF links. Please note that audio-only recordings will not be accepted.
3) A CV or resume: Please submit via email to .
In addition to the required application form, applicants are also required to submit a CV or resume. Each applicant is also welcome to submit a reference letter from his or her principal teacher or another faculty member. All supporting materials should be submitted by email directly to . The subject line should contain the following information: applicant's full name, applicant's instrument, and “LMF Supporting Materials”. Example: Robert Smith, Cello, LMF Supporting Materials
The Festival's Four Components
The festival has been designed around four key components...
1) Private Lessons
Participants will have a number of one-on-one lessons with the festival's distinguished faculty.
2) Chamber Music
Participants will be placed into small chamber music ensembles, where they will receive coaching from the faculty and have the opportunity to perform in one of several public chamber music recitals throughout the festival.
3) String Chamber Orchestra
The students and faculty will join forces to form the festival orchestra, which will perform two concerts, one at the end of each week.
Participants will be given the opportunity to perform in public masterclasses given by the festival faculty and guest artists.