Pomerania Academy workshops is also aimed at young students of music schools from Poland and Germany over 16 years of age (the youth of the Euroregion Pomerania). Workshops and individual lessons will be led by highly regarded professors from prestigious universities, such as Tomasz Tomaszewski (Universität der Künste in Berlin, Academy of Arts in Szczecin), Emanuel Salvador (Academy of Arts in Szczecin), Konstantin Heidrich (Universität der Künste in Berlin) and with selected teachers from the Academy of Arts in Szczecin.

The course is made possible through the Small Projects Fund grant, which supports cross-border communication. The project will contribute to bringing communities on both sides of the Polish-German border closer together.

Full scholarships for exceptional students from the West Pomerania region (violin, viola, cello, double bass) are available. The scholarship includes active participation in the course and accommodation.

The admission process is held in collaboration with music schools in the region.

Due to the pandemic situation and the restrictions related to COVID-19, the course might be.

Pomerania Academy workshops is financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Funds and from the public funds (Small Projects Fund as a part of Interregion V A Cooperation Programme Mecklenburg-Vorpommern / Brandenburg / Poland in the Euroregion of Pomerania).