Rebanks Family Fellowship and Internation Performance Residency Program
The Rebanks Family Fellowship and International Performance Residency Program at The Royal Conservatory’s Glenn Gould School is the only one of its kind in Canada, offering a rich curriculum for career development. The Program has been designed to be the catalyst for launching successful professional careers of extraordinary Canadian emerging artists who have completed their formal training, and it will include private study with exceptional faculty and guest artists, concert presentations and career coaching, along with marketing training and support. Additionally, each Rebanks Fellow will participate in a funded European residency. 
To learn more about the program components, including faculty, facilities, performance opportunities, and the international residency, visit the Program Information page. 
For application criteria and information about financial assistance, visit Application Information.
Below is a series of promotional videos produced for past Rebanks Fellows, demonstrating the calibre of past participants.

2015-16 Rebanks Fellows

Rebecca Anderson, violin
Raoul Cho, flute
Beste Kalender, mezzo-soprano
Lingyi Kong, violin
Anne-Marie MacIntosh, soprano
Alexander Seredenko, piano

Alumni of the Rebanks Family Fellowship Program

Jean-Sélim Abd‎elmoula, piano
Mikhailo Babiak, horn
Beth Hagerman, soprano
Darren Hicks, bassoon
Cordelia Paw, violin
Matthew Berliner, horn
Stefan Chaplikov, piano
Mehdi Ghazi, piano
Luri Lee, violin
Jonathan Lo, cello
Alessandro Rauli, oboe
Britton Riley, cello

The Royal Conservatory is grateful to the Rebanks Family and The W. Garfield Weston Foundation who have made the Program possible through their generous support.