For advanced high school students grade 9-12 and college students.
Come find new inspiration, integrate skills and concepts, and break down barriers. Meet new people, exchange ideas, and immerse yourself in a summer clarinet intensive.
Featuring daily masterclasses, individual lessons with SCE faculty, chamber music (quartets and clarinet choir), reed sessions, faculty panel discussions, opportunities for solo performance, yoga for musicians, and a Jazz Clarinet Ice Cream Social.
2016 Package options:
A limited number of scholarships are available.
What to send:
To apply, attach a one-page resume, including names and contact information for two references, and a brief (no more than 10 minutes) MP3 sample of a recent non-edited performance. Suggested audition music: two contrasting Rose etudes, contrasting solo pieces, etc. piano accompaniment not required.
If you are interested in performing on the Friday solo recital, please indicate this in your resume by listing repertoire, time and include a sample of the piece you would like to play in your uploaded MP3 sample. When choosing the program the committee will consider both repertoire and playing skill.
Who to send it to:
Email attached 1) Resume and 2) MP3 playing sample to Professor Joseph Brooks, email@example.com
Once accepted into the program a separate REGISTRATION form will be sent with your acceptance letter via email.
Application/registration deadline has been extended to June 13, 2016
Space is limited to 25 participants.
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