Workshops, Camps & Masterclasses
Summer 2022 Camps & Workshops Schedule
Alexander Technique | TBA
Two-day Workshop for Singers and Instrumentalists
For more information about the workshop, contact Phyllis Richmond pgrichmondAT@gmail.com.
19th Annual Pirastro Strings Virtual Elite Soloists Program | TBA
Instructors: Jeff Bradetich
Marching Percussion Camp | June 5 – June 9, 2022
Instructors: Director: Mark Ford (Mark.Ford@unt.edu)
American Percussion Seminar | June 6 - June 10, 2022
Instructors: Mark Ford, Director
Flute! Masterclass in Repertoire and Performance | June 10 – June 12, 2022
Instructors: Mary Karen Clardy
Flute! Repertoire and Performance Masterclass is a performance class for advanced performers, and these sessions emphasize musical performance and preparation. Daily classes include warmup exercises, tone/technique development, articulation studies, interaction of performer and listener, and the master class concludes with a concert by members of the class.
Contact: Mary Karen Clardy, 940.565.3722, studio telephone, email@example.com
Apply here. To start an application, select Area, then Program from the pulldown menus on the upper left.
Conductor's Collegium | June 13 – June 24, 2022
The University of North Texas Wind Studies faculty are delighted to announce the return of the summer Conductors Collegium. More information on the Conductor's Collegium can be found here.
Lynn Seaton Jazz Double Bass Workshop | June 13 – June 17, 2022
Instructors: Lynn Seaton
The workshop will offer an intensive week of study and performance opportunities for the jazz upright bassist. Classes include bass line development bass ensembles, and daily sessions on technique. Also, participants will have an opportunity to perform with a rhythm section and be coached. Outstanding faculty concerts will be presented throughout the week. It starts with registration early Monday morning and concludes with the Friday evening Bass Bash concert where ALL the participants will perform. The Lynn Seaton Jazz Double Bass Workshop is open to advanced high school (14+), college, professional, and serious amateur bassists.
Prof. Lynn Seaton has established himself as one of the leading performers and teachers of jazz bass in the world today. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his Annual Jazz Double Bass Workshop. This intimate workshop is limited to 15 upright bass players. (The UNT Combo Workshop accepts electric and upright bass players.) These spots are first-come/first-served, and thus your spot is not fully secured until you have made your Final Payment and completed registration.
There is more information on the UNT Jazz web page https://jazz.unt.edu/doublebassworkshop.
Apply here. To start an application, select Area of Jazz, then select specific Program from the pulldown menus on the upper left.
35th Annual Bradetich Master Classes and North Texas Bass Camp | June 13 – June 17, 2022
Teachers: Same great teachers – Jeff Bradetich, Jack Unzicker, Gudrun Raschen, Carlos Gaviria, Jessica Valls
Eligibility: Beginner, Intermediate, & Advanced Middle School, High School and College level and older adults
Cost: $495 *Limited scholarships are available*
Register at: https://app.getacceptd.com/bradetich
Flute! Fundamentals | June 17 – June 19, 2022
Flute! Fundamentals is a workshop for performers and educators interested in developing teaching and performing skills. Participants observe master teaching and interact with artist Mary Karen Clardy coaching students of all levels in daily sessions. Basics of embouchure, breathing, tone production, phrasing, articulation, vibrato, and technical skills are addressed, with practical exercises/solutions for common flute problems given throughout the class.
Contact: Mary Karen Clardy, 940.565.3722, studio telephone, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cost: $250, $225 by May 15, 2022, Full Registration/$125 Per Day/$65 Per Session.
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String Orchestra Day Camp (Grades 2-10) | June 20 – June 24, 2022
Instructors: Elizabeth Chappell
Contact: Elizabeth Chappell, email@example.com
Vocal Pedagogy Workshop | June 23 – June 25, 2022
Instructors: Director: Stephen F. Austin
Vocal Jazz Educator Seminar | June 23 – June 25, 2022
Instructors: Jennifer Barnes,
Instructors: Jeff Horenstein
Vocal Jazz Workshop | June 26 - July 1, 2022
Instructors: Jennifer Barnes,
Instructors: Rosana Eckert
Drum Major and Student Leadership Camp | June 27-30, 2022
UNT International Jazz Strings Workshop | July 5 - July 9 2021
Open to all levels. Each day will be covering a different topic to provide the basics of improvisation on orchestral string instruments other than double bass. Includes jazz vocabulary, phrasing, ear training, bow articulations, and left-hand techniques, and solo development, as well as discussions of live performance amplification and EQ. Build your repertoire by exploring jazz standards. Participation is capped at 30, so register early.
THE WORKSHOP INCLUDES:
- A copy of Scott Tixier's book (Source Material for Jazz String Improvisation)
- 5 morning 2-hour lectures
- 5 afternoon virtual 2-hour group masterclasses Faculty: Scott Tixier and Special Guests. Previous guests included violinists Jean-Luc Ponty and Regina Carter
Cost: $500 USD
All State Choir Camp | July 6 – July 9, 2022
Instructors: Jessica Nápoles, Director
UNT Choral Conducting Symposium | July 10 – July 14, 2022
Instructors: Director: Allen Hightower (Allen.Hightower@unt.edu)
Jazz Combo Workshop | July 11- July 15, 2022
Instructors: Lynn Seaton, Alan Baylock, Philip Dizack, Quincy Davis, Dave Meder, Nick Finzer, Rob Parton, and others