August 9 - August 21, 2022
August 16 & August 17
The premier pop music performance program for Connecticut's 15-18-year-olds, Junior Fellows offers a select group of students the opportunity for in-person professional vocal instruction, movement, and hands-on artistic guidance in the art of performance. Students gain valuable interaction with world-renowned guest artists and professional faculty, and acquire skills needed to make performance an important part of their creative lives.
The program includes two weeks of master classes and performance opportunities alongside the O’Neill’s professional guest artists at the 2022 Cabaret & Performance Conference.
Alumni have gone on to: Royal Conservatory of Scotland, UC College-Conservatory of Music, NYU, UCLA, Northeastern University, University of Miami Theatre, Sony Music Entertainment, and NBC's The Voice.
The program is directed by concert artist, music director, composer, and teacher Brad Simmons (Camp, The Last Five Years, Lysistrata Jones, Hello Again) and Broadway arranger Michael Holland (12 Angry Men, Clue, Godspell).
Questions about the Junior Fellows Program, please email our Literary Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ladies of the '80s
Now in its 13th season, the 2022 Junior Fellows will study, interpret, and perform the songs of the '80s.
The 2022 program will take place August 8-21 on our COVID-responsible campus and features two weeks of master classes and performance opportunities alongside the O’Neill’s professional guest artists at the Cabaret & Performance Conference.
Tuition is $1,000 and includes all meals. The O'Neill requires a 50% non-refundable deposit at the time of acceptance to the program. The remaining balance will be due August 1, 2022. Should you be unable to attend the program, the O'Neill will issue a refund of your total paid cost, minus any non-refundable deposits if the request is made prior to August 7, 2022. The O'Neill is unable to offer refunds requested after August 8, 2022.
COVID-responsible performance opportunities allow participants to perform for a mainstage audience. Health and safety protocols are enforced, including mask requirements, social distancing, and a robust testing regime. Read our COVID-19 policy here. More detailed information will be provided to selected participants.