Jette Parker Young Artists Programme
What is the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme?
The Jette Parker Young Artists Programme is a sought-after destination for curious artists of exceptional talent who want to intensify their professional development and take their first steps on the international stage.
Conductors, stage directors, singers and répétiteurs undergo a rigorous audition process for a two-year contract with The Royal Opera or Royal Ballet, or apply for a variety of practical training opportunities offered by the Programme.
Alumni of the Programme are regularly invited back to the Royal Opera House as guest artists and coaches.
The Jette Parker Young Artists Programme is generously supported by Oak Foundation.
Learn more about the JPYA programme
Meet the 2021/22 20th Anniversary Company
Find out more about the class of Jette Parker Young Artists for 2021/22.
Meet the Young Artists Week 2021
Find out about our annual opportunity to get to know the new intake of Jette Parker Young Artists and check back in with returning artists.
Find out more about the Jette Parker Young Artist Programme
Find out more about what being a Jette Parker Young Artist involves and the work we do.
The Programme seeks to work with a wider range of UK-based artists and also with outstanding potential from around the world. It proactively seeks to support and increase the number of female répétiteurs and conductors.
For more information about the Programme, contact the Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.