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Directory of summer programs.

California

Music Academy of the West

Tiffany Schoemaker, student affairs manager, Music Academy of the West, 1070 Fairway Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93108; (805) 969-4726, fax: (805) 969-0686; catalog@musicacademy.org; www.musicacademy.org

Summer School and Festival, Santa Barbara, 6/15-8/11. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique and public master classes.

San Francisco Conservatory of Music (See advertisements on pages 32 and 39.) Laura Reynolds, summer programs coordinator, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Summer Music West, 50 Oak St., San Francisco, CA 94102; (415) 503-6254, fax: (415) 503-6299; smw@sfcm.edu; www.sfcm.edu/summer

Summer Music West--Chamber Music, San Francisco, 7/23-8/3. Featured teachers: Doris Fukawa with other SFCM faculty TBA. Type of participants: String and wind instrumentalists, pianists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, sight reading, workshops, master classes and concerts. Cost: TBA w/out housing.

Summer Music West--Composition Intensive, San Francisco, 6/25-7/26. Featured teacher: Alexis Alrich. Type of participants: Composers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, theory and concert of newly composed works. Cost: $720 w/out housing.

Summer Music West--Gilbert & Sullivan Scenes, San Francisco, 6/18-6/30. Featured teachers: Ellen Kerrigan, Baker Peeples and Jane Hammett. Type of participants: Vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Singing, acting and stage movement. Cost: $645 w/out housing.

Summer Music West--High School Choral San Francisco, 6/18-6/29. Featured teachers: Bruce Lamott and Margaret Nomura Clark. Type of participants: Vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Choral music. Cost: TBA w/out housing.

Summer Music West--String & Piano Academy, San Francisco, 7/9-7/20. Featured teachers: Doris Fukawa with other SFCM faculty TBA. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Chamber music, technique, sight reading, theory and concerts. Cost: $775 w/out housing.

Stevenson School

Victor Lowrie, office manager, California Summer Music, 236 W. Portal Ave., #104, San Francisco, CA 94127; (415) 753-8920, fax: (415) 753-8934; csm@csmusic.org; www.csmusic.org

California Summer Music, Pebble Beach, 7/7-7/30. Featured teachers: Irene Sharp, Hans Boepple, Sheila Browne, David Tcimpidis and Milan Vitek. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, pianists, composers and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops, composition premieres and master classes. Cost: $3,200 with housing; $1,700 w/out housing.

Colorado

New Conservatory of Dallas

Oneida Cramer, executive coordinator, New Conservatory of Dallas, Conservatory Music in the Mountains, RO. Box 743876, Dallas, TX 75374; (972) 503-8486; fax: (972) 239-3606; admin@newconservatory.org; www.newconservatory.org

Conservatory Music in the Mountains, Durango, 7/15-8/5 (3 weeks), 7/15-7/29 (2 weeks). Featured teachers: Arkady Fomin, Vadim Gluzman, Ann Marie Roeske, Christopher Adkins and Jesus Castro-Balbi. Type of participants: Violin, viola, cello and string bass instrumentalists, pianists, conductors, teachers, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $1,730:3 weeks, $1,375:2 weeks, with housing; $750:3 weeks, $625:2 weeks, w/out housing.

Illinois

Chicago Area Music Teachers Association

Beth Allen, Chicago Area Music Teachers Association, Ganz Hall, Roosevelt University, 430 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60605; allen.beth@comcast.net

Jamey Aebersold Jazz Workshop, Chicago, 6/15. Featured teachers: Jamey Aebersold. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Accompanying, improvisation and jazz. Cost: $40 w/out housing, before June 8, 2007.

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

David Allen, coordinator of Outreach and Public Engagement in Music, University of Illinois at Urbane-Champaign, School of Music, 1114 W. Nevada, Urbane, IL 61801; (217) 244-3404, fax: (217) 244-7767; isym@music.uiuc.edu; www.music.uiuc.edu/isym

Illinois Summer Youth Music, Urbane, Session I: 6/17-6/23, Session II: 6/24-6/30, Session III: 7/8-7/14. Featured teachers: Donald Schleicher, James Keene, Chester Alwes and Louis Bergonzi. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, electronic and computer music and conducting. Cost: $575 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Indiana

Grace College

Amanda Shine, Festival administrator, P.O. Box 700, Winona Lake, IN 46590; (888) 836-2723, fax: (574) 267-8315; cpaf@christianperformingart.org; www.masterworksfestival.org

The MasterWorks Festival, Winona Lake, 6/24-7/22. Featured teachers: David Delta Gier, James Kraft, Christopher Harding, Gerald Dolter and Stephen Clapp. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis." Chamber music, private lessons, repertoire, workshops, orchestra, opera, ballet, theatre and classical guitar. Cost: $2,400 with housing.

Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music (See advertisement on page 44.)

Stephen Pratt, director, Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music, IU Summer Music Clinic, Merrill Hall, 1201 E. Third St., Bloomington, IN 47405; (812) 855-1375, fax: (812) 856-4207; iusmc@indiana.edu; www.music.Indiana.edu/som/hsclinic

Indiana University Summer Music Clinic, Bloomington, 6/10-6/16. Featured teachers: Stephen and Ray Cramer. Type of participants: String, woodwind, brass and percussion instrumentalists and ensembles Age or grade level Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, jazz, technique, theory and concert preparation. Cost: $450 with housing.

Kansas

Fort Hays State University

Kay Werth, director of High Plains Band Camp, Fort Hays State University, Music Department, 600 Park St., Hays, KS 67601; (785) 628-5360, fax: (785) 628-4227; kwerth@fhsu.eu; www.fhsu.edu/bandcamp

High Plains Band Camp, Hays, 7/15-7/21. Featured teachers: Allen Vizzutti, David Holsinger, Thomas Gallant, Ed Jones and Jimmy Clark. Type of participants: Wind and percussion instrumentalists and ensembles. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, theory, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $400 with housing; $200 w/out housing. Credit available.

University of Kansas

James Hudson, director of summer programs, University of Kansas, Midwestern Music Camp, 1530 Naismith Dr., #460, Lawrence, KS; (785) 864-4730, fax: (785) 864-5866; musicamp@ku.edu; www.musiccamp.ku.edu

KU Jazz Workshop, Lawrence, 7/8. Featured teacher: Dan Galley. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level." Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Improvisation, pedagogy, jazz, technique, theory and popular music. Cost: $485 with housing; $285 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: Daniel Gailey, director of jazz studies; (785) 864-4389; dgailey@ku.edu.

KU Marching Camps, Lawrence, 7/8. Featured teacher: David Clemmer. Type of participants: Marching band instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Cost: $350 with housing; $350 w/out housing. Contact: David Clemmer, director of athletic bands; (785) 864-4671; dclemmer@ku.edu.

Midwestern Music Camp Junior Division, Lawrence, 6/10. Type of participants: Band, orchestra and jazz instrumentalists, vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Jazz and private lessons. Cost: $595 with housing; $295 w/out housing. Midwestern Music Camp Senior

Division, Lawrence, 6/17. Type of participants: Band, orchestra and jazz instrumentalists, vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level" Secondary. Emphasis: Improvisation, jazz, private lessons and technique. Cost: $595 with housing; $295 w/out housing. Contact: John Lynch, director of bands.

Maine

Bowdoin International Music Festival

Jen Means, director of admissions, Bowdoin International Music Festival, 6300 College Station City, Brunswick, ME 04011; (207) 373-1400, fax: (207) 373-1441; info@bodwoinfestival.org; www.bowdoin festival.org

Bowdoin International Music Festival Brunswick, 6/24-8/04. Featured teachers: Lewis Kaplan, Steven Doane, Michael Tree, Arie Vardi and Igor Begelman. Type of participants: String, wind and harp instrumentalists, guitarists, pianists, composers and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons and contemporary music. Cost: $4,500 with housing; $2,900 w/out housing.

Camp Encore/Coda

James Saltman, director, 32 Grassmere Rd., Brookline, MA 02467; (617) 325-1541, fax: (617) 325-7278; jamie@encore-coda.com; www.encorecoda.com

Camp Encore/Coda, Sweden, Maine, 6/27-8/12. Featured teachers: Richard Thomas, Trent Austin, Peter Neubert, John Littlefield and Karen Littlefield. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level." Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops, electronic and computer music and traditional camp activities. Cost: $6,700 with housing.

Massachusetts

Belvoir Terrace

Nancy Goldberg, director, Belvoir Terrace, 101 W. 79th St., New York, NY 10024; (212) 580-3398, fax: (212) 579-7282; info@belvoirterrace.com; www.belvoirterrace.com

Belvoir Terrace, Lenox, 6/22-8/9. Type of participants: String and flute instrumentalists, pianists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level" Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, opera workshop/musical theater and other arts. Cost: $9,100 with housing. Credit available.

Longy School of Music

Linda Granitto, director of summer programs, Longy School of Music, Dalcroze Department, One Follen St., Cambridge, MA 02138; (617) 8760956, ext. 611; Lgranitto@longy.edu or lisa@graces.corn; www.longy.edu

Dalcroze Summer Institute 2007, Cambridge, 6/25-7/13. Featured teachers: Lisa Parker, Anne Father, Ruth Alperson, Karin Greenhead and Ginny Latts. Type of participants: Pianists, vocalists, teachers and music educators. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, pedagogy, theory and workshops. Cost: w/out housing: one week session, $535; three week session, $1,500 (credit), $1,075 (non credit).

Michigan

Bay View Music Festival

Chris Ludwa, artistic director, Bay View Music Festival, 6111 Evanston Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220; (231) 225-8877, fax: (231) 347-4330; artisticdirector@bayviewassociation.net www.bayviewfestival.org

Bay View Music Festival Petoskey, 6/15-8/12. Featured teachers: American String Quartet, Timothy Noble, Scott Thornburg, John Craig Barker and Seunghee Lee. Type of participants: String, woodwind and brass instrumentalists, pianists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate and apprentice level. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire and music business.

Cost: $2,900 with housing; $1,400 w/out housing.

Western Michigan University

Kevin West, registrar, Western Michigan University, School of Music, 1903 W. Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49008; (269) 387-4678, fax: (269) 387-1113; kevin.west@wmich.edu; www.wmich.edu/music-camp

Seminar 2007, Kalamazoo, 7/8-7/21. Featured teachers: Silvia Roederer, Robert Spradling, James Bass, Richard Piippo and Judy Moonert. Type of participants: Woodwind, brass, percussion and string instrumentalists, vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory, popular music and electronic and computer music. Cost: $1,060 with housing; $860 w/out housing.

Minnesota

Central Minnesota Music School Lori McNamara, executive director, 823 First St. S., P.O. Box 162, St. Cloud, MN 56301; (320) 255-0318; cmms@cmmusicschool.org; www.cmmusicschool.org

Young Artist Piano Camp, University of Minnesota-Duluth, 7/12-7/22. Featured teachers: Paul Wirth, Joseph Zins, Jo Anne Link, Horatio Nuguid and Daniel Rieppel. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, pedagogy and private lessons. Cost: $825 with housing.

St. Olaf College

Teresa Lebens, director of camps and conferences, St. Olaf College, Center for Lifelong Learning, 1520 St. Olaf Ave., Northfield, MN 55057; (507) 646-3042, fax: (507) 646-0369; summer@stolaf.edu; www.stolaf.edu/summer

Summer Music Camp, Northfield, 6/17-6/23. Featured teachers: St. Olaf music faculty. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists, vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory and popular music. Cost: $545 with housing; $445 w/out housing.

Summer Piano Academy, Northfield, 6/17-6/23. Featured teachers: St. Olaf piano faculty. Type of participants: Pianists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $625 with housing; $525 w/out housing.

University of Minnesota Sally O'Reilly, director, University of Minnesota, School of Music, Strings, 2106, 4th St. S., Minneapolis, MN 55455; (612) 624-0846, fax: (612) 626-2200; oreil004@umn.edu; www.music.umn.edu/Bravo

Bravo! Summer String and Keyboard Institute, Minneapolis, 6/17-7/15. Featured teachers: Sally O'Reilly, Tanya Remenikova, Alexander Braginsky, Lucia May and Juliet White-Smith. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, pianists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $2,600 with housing; $1,400 w/out housing.

University of St. Thomas Jill Trinka, director, University of St. Thomas, Graduate Programs in Music Education, 2115 Summit Ave., LOR 103, St. Paul, MN 55105; (651) 962-5870, fax: (651) 962-5886; gradmusic@stthomas.edu; www.stthomas.edu/musiced

Graduate Programs in Music Education, St. Paul, 6/18-8/10. Featured teacher: Katherine Faricy. Type of participants: Pianists, music educators and independent music teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $460-$612 w/out housing. Credit available.

The VoiceCare Network Axel Theimer, Saint John's University, Department of Music, Collegeville, MN 56321; (320) 363-3374, fax: (320) 363-2504; info@voicecarenetwork.org; www.voicecarenetwork.org

Impact Course, Collegeville, 7/19-7/26. Featured teachers: John Cooksey, Babette Lighmer, Elizabeth Grefsheim, Pat Feit and Axel Theimer. Type of participants: Vocalists, conductors, music educators, independent music teachers and ensembles. Age or grade level: Elementary, secondary, graduate students and church musicians. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy, conducting, movement and body awareness. Cost: Approximately $1,000 with housing; approximately $650 w/out housing. Credit available.

Missouri

University of Central Missouri Richard Smith, director, University of Central Missouri, Music Department, Warrensburg, MO 64093; (660) 543-4471; rbsmith@cmsu.edu; www.cmsu.edu/music

Summer Piano Institute, Warrensburg, 6/24-6/29. Featured teachers: Richard Smith, Mia Hynes and Jon Hynes. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, private lessons and theory. Cost. $375 with housing; $300 w/out housing.

University of Missouri-Kansas City, Conservatory of Music and Dance Deborah Dickson, interim manager, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Conservatory of Music and Dance, 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64110; (816) 235-2742, fax: (816) 235-5998; music-ce@umkc.edu; http://umkc.edu/conservatory/cmda.asp

Cloyd Duff Timpani Master Class, Kansas City, 6/11-6/15. Featured teachers: Jim Atwood, Tim Adams, Tom Freer and James Snell. Type of participants: Timpani instrumentalists and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $503 with housing; $365 w/out housing. Credit available.

Jazz Camp, Kansas City, 6/24-6/29. Featured teachers: Jim Widner, Bobby Watson, Terell Stafford and Michael Pagan. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, jazz combos and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $488 with housing; $350 w/out housing. Credit available.

Percussion Ensemble Camp, Kansas City, 7/16-7/21. Featured teachers: James Snell and Nick Petrella. Type of participants: Percussion instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons, technique and workshops. Cost: $438 with housing; $300 w/out housing. Credit available.

Montana

University of Montana--Missoula Christopher Hahn, co-director, University of Montana-Missoula, Music Department, Postal Stop 7992, Missoula, MT 59812; (406) 243-6880, fax: (406) 243-2441; christopher.hahn@umontana.edu; www.sfa.umt.edu/music/camps/camp/ piano/default.htm

University of Montana Piano Camp, Missoula, 6/24-6/30. Featured teachers: Christopher Hahn, Steven Hesla, David Morgenroth, Lydia Brown and Lee Heuermann. Type of participants: Pianists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, improvisation, repertoire, sight reading, theory, jazz, private lessons, technique and workshops. Cost: $525 with housing; $325 w/out housing.

New Hampshire

Plymouth State University Carleen Graft, director of festivals, Plymouth State University, Department of Music, Theatre and Dance, 17 High St., MSC #37, Plymouth, NH 03264; (603) 535-2313, fax: (603) 535-2645; carleeng@plymouth.edu; www.plymouth.edu/mtd/pianonews

Junior Piano Monster Festival, Plymouth, 6/24-6/27. Featured teachers: Robert Vandall and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Pianists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Grades 5-8. Emphasis: History, improvisation, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music, handbell choir, percussion ensemble and festival chorus. Cost: TBA.

Senior Piano Monster Festival, Plymouth, 6/29-7/2. Featured teachers: Robert Vandall and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12. Emphasis: History, improvisation, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music and private lessons, vocal ensemble, handbell choir and conducting. Cost: TBA.

Teacher Seminar, Piano Monster Festivals, Plymouth, 6/26-6/27. Featured teachers: Robert Vandall and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Pianists, ensembles and music educators and 1MTs. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12 and professional. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire, technique, workshops, vocal ensemble, handbell choir and conducting. Cost:. TBA.

The Walden School

Seth Brenzel, executive director, The Walden School, Young Musicians Program, 31-A 29th St. San Francisco, CA 94110; (415) 648-4710, fax: (415) 648-1561; in fo@waldenschool.org; www.waldenschool.org

Teacher Training Institute, Dublin, 8/7-8/13. Featured teachers: Leo Wanenchak, Pat Plude, Pamela Quist, Bill Stevens and Tom Lopez. Type of participants: Teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, jazz, pedagogy, theory, technique, workshops, computer and electronic music and musicianship. Cost: $1,350 with housing--scholarship available. Credit available. Contact: Patricia Plude, director, Teacher Training Institute; teachers@waldenschool.org

Young Musicians Program, Dublin, 6/30-8/5. Featured teachers: Leo Wanenchak, Tom Lopez, Bill Stevens, Carrie Mallonee and Shawn Crouch. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, composers and ensembles. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, technique, workshops, popular music, computer and electronic music and composition. Cost: $5,600 with housing--scholarship available.

New Jersey

Appel Farm Arts & Music Center

Jennie Quinn, camp director, Appel Farm Arts & Music Center, Summer Arts Camp, P.O. Box 888, Elmer, NJ 08210; (856) 358-2472, fax: (856) 358-6513; camp@appelfarm.org; www.appelfarm.org

Appel Farm Summer Arts Camp, Elmer, 6/24-7/21 or 7/22-8/18. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $4,700 with housing.

Westminster Choir College of Rider University

(See advertisement on page 51.) Becky Rush, registrar, Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Continuing Education Department, 101 Walnut Ln., Princeton, NJ 08540; (609) 924-7416, fax: (609) 921-6187; woce@rider.edu; http://westminster.rider.edu

High School Music Theater, Princeton, 7/29-8/5. Featured teachers: Frank Abrahams, Bill Endslow, Margaret Cusack, Elem Eley and Nancy Froysland Hoerl. Type of participants: Vocalists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Repertoire, private lessons, technique, popular music and Broadway. Cost: $900 with housing.

High School Solo Piano, Princeton, 6/24-7/6. Featured teachers: James Goldsworthy, Ena Barton and Phyllis Lehrer. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $900 with housing.

Jazz Piano Camp, Princeton, 6/24-7/6. Featured teacher: Tara Buzash. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and jazz. Cost: $1,200 with housing.

Middle School Music Theater, Princeton, 7/22-7/28. Featured teachers: Nick McBride, Nathan Brewer and Nancy Froysland Hoerl. Type of participants: Vocalists and soloists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Repertoire, private lessons, technique, popular music and Broadway. Cost: $900 with housing.

Middle School Piano Camp, Princeton, 6/24-6/29. Featured teachers: Lillian Livingston, Heather Atagan and Miriam Eley. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, repertoire, sight reading, theory, private lessons, technique and popular music. Cost: $750 with housing.

Middle School Vocal Camp, Princeton, 6/24-6/30. Featured teachers: Patty Thel and Lois Laverty. Type of participants: Vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, repertoire, sight reading, private lessons and theory. Cost: $750 with housing.

Organ Camp, Princeton, 6/24-6/29. Featured teachers: Ken Cowan and Alan Morrison. Type of participants: Organists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, repertoire, sight reading, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $750 with housing.

Piano Camp A, Princeton, 7/15-7/20. Featured teachers: Ingrid Clarfield, Donald Smith, Todd Simmons, Radek Materka and Shannon Hesse. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $750 with housing.

Piano Camp B, Princeton, 7/23-7/27. Featured teachers: Ingrid Clarfield, Donald Smith, Todd Simmons, Laura Amoriello and Kristen Watkins. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $750 with housing.

Vocal Institute, Princeton, 7/8-7/21. Featured teacher: James Jordan. Type of participants: Vocalists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, repertoire, sight reading, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $1,200 with housing.

New York

Chautauqua Music Festival

(See advertisement on page 36.) Sarah Malinoski, coordinator of student services, Chautauqua Music Festival, Summer Schools, P.O. Box 1098, Chautauqua, NY 14722; (716) 357-6233, fax: (716) 357-9014; music@ciweb.org; http://music.ciweb.org

Instrumental Program, Chautauqua, 6/23-8/14. Featured teachers: Marlena Malas, Timothy Muffitt, Rebecca Penneys and Almita Vamos. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, vocalists, pianists, conductors, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate and pre-professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons, technique, workshops and master classes. Cost: $4,000 with housing; $2,385 w/out housing. Credit available.

Dalcroze School of Music Rebecca Purdom, adult supervision coordinator, Dalcroze School at Lucy Moses, 129 W. 67th St., New York, NY 10023; (212) 501-3362, fax: (212) 874-7865; rpurdom@kaufman-center.org; www.kaufman-center.org

Summer Program 2007, New York City, 8/13-8/18 and 8/20-8/24. Featured teachers: Anne Farber and Cynthia Lilley. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors, teachers, music educators and IMTs and soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and interested amateurs. Emphasis: Improvisation, pedagogy, sight reading, theory and private lessons. Cost:. $495 per week, w/out housing.

Eastman School of Music

(See advertisement on page 37.) Eastman School of Music, Summer Session Office, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604; (800) 246-4706, fax: (585) 274-1005; summer@esm.rochester.edu; www.esm.rochester.edu/summer

Choral Institute Week I, Rochester, 7/9-7/13. Featured teachers: William Weinert, Susan Conkling and Robert McIver. Type of participants: Conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire and technique. Cost: $2,250 with two credits, $875 noncredit, with housing; $1,890 with two credits, $515 noncredit, w/out housing.

Choral Institute Week II, Rochester, 7/9-7/13. Featured teachers: William Weinert and Dale Warland. Type of participants: Conductors. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire and technique. Cost: $2,250 with two credits, $895 noncredit, with housing; $1,890 with two credits, $535 noncredit, w/out housing.

Eastman Sings/, Rochester, 7/27-7/29. Featured teachers: Robert McIver and the Eastman voice faculty. Type of participants: Vocalists, teachers and soloists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: History, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $1,305 with one credit, $895 noncredit, with housing; $945 with one credit, $535 noncredit, w/out housing.

High School Wind Ensemble Workshop, Rochester, 7/30-8/03. Featured teacher: Bill Tiberio. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $200 w/out housing.

Instrumental Techniques, Rochester, 7/16-7/27. Featured teacher: Christopher Azzara. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $3,555 with three credits, $1,335 noncredit, with housing; $2,835 with three credits, $615 noncredit, w/out housing.

Music Horizons, Rochester, 7/7-7/27. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, composers and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire and theory. Cost: $2,710 with housing; $1,530 w/out housing.

Orff Schulwerk Teacher Training, Level L Rochester, 7/16-7/27. Featured teachers: Donna Brink Fox, Mary Helen Solomon, Jim Solomon, Janet Robbins and Karen Medley. Type of participants: Teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $3,555 with three credits, $1,335 noncredit, with housing; $2,835 with three credits, $615 noncredit, w/out housing.

Soaring Summer Strings, Rochester, 7/30-8/03. Featured teacher: Margaret Leenhouts. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $325 w/out housing.

Summer Jazz Studies, Rochester, 6/24-7/6. Featured teachers: Harold Danko and Jeff Campbell. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, jazz, technique and theory. Cost: $1,795 with housing; $995 w/out housing.

Summer Piano Camp, Rochester, 7/23-8/02. Featured teachers: Howard Spindler and Harriet Zimmerman. Type of participants: Pianists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Hementary and secondary. Emphasis: History, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $325 w/out housing.

Magic Mountain Music Farm Burton Kaplan, director, Magic Mountain Music Farm, 817 West End Ave., #11B, New York, NY 10025; (212) 662-6634, fax: (607) 263-9647 or (212) 662-2916; musicfarm@mindspring.com; www.magicmountainmusic.org

Practice Marathon Retreats, Morris, 5/25-6/9, 7/1-7/16, 7/28-8/12 Orchestral Excerpts Retreat; 8/18-9/2 Performance Power Retreat. Featured teacher: Burton Kaplan. Type of participants: String, woodwind and percussion instrumentalists, pianists, teachers, music educators, IMTs, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: 16 days: $1,695; 8 days: $900 with housing.

Mannes College, The New School for Music

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Julie Kedersha, festival director, Mannes College, The New School for Music, International Keyboard Institute & Festival, 150 W. 85th St., New York, NY 10024; (212) 580-0210, ext. 4858, fax: (212) 580-1738; info@ikif.org; www.ikif.org.

International Keyboard Institute & Festival, New York, 7/15-7/29. Featured teachers: Menahem Pressler, Olga Kern, Joaquin Achucarro, Akiko Ebi and Jerome Rose. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Private lessons, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $1,550 with housing; $850 w/out housing. Credit available.

New York University; Steinhardt School

Esther Lamneck, artistic director, Woodwind Summer Institute, New York University Steinhardt School, Music and Performing Arts, 35 W. 4th St. New York, NY 10012; (212) 998-5441, fax: (212) 995-4043; el2@nyu.edu; http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/page.p hp?page_id=839

Summer Institute for Woodwind Quintets, New York, 6/17-6/24. Featured teachers: Quintet of the Americas and Esther Lamneck. Type of participants: Flute, clarinet, bassoon, oboe and horn instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and master classes. Cost: TBA with housing; $750 w/out housing.

Purchase College (SUNY)

Ruth Nybro, Summer Programs administer, Purchase College (SUNY), Jazz Studies Department, 735 Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, NY 10577; (914) 251-6508; ruth.nybro@purchase.edu; www.purchase.edu/Departments/AcademicProg rams/CE/Summer/Jazzlnstitute.aspx

Purchase Summer Jazz Institute, Purchase, 7/8-7/13. Featured teachers: Todd Coolman, Ralph Lalama, Ray Vega, Charles Blenzig and Doug Munro. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, jazz, workshops and instrumental master classes. Cost: $1,295 with housing; $995 w/out housing. Credit available.

North Carolina

Appalachian State University

Karen Coffey, administrative assistant, Appalachian State University, Cannon Music Camp, 813 Rivers St., P.O. Box 32031, Boone, NC 28608; phone and fax: (828) 262-4091; coffeykp@appstate.edu; www.cannon.appstate.edu

Cannon Music Camp, Boone, 6/30. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: 8th-12th grade. Emphasis: Chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, sight reading and theory. Cost: $1,625 with housing.

North Dakota

Summer School of Fine Arts

Timothy Wollenzien, camp director, University of North Dakota, Continuing Education Department, School of Fine Arts, Grand Forks, ND 58202; phone and fax: (701) 838-8472; info@internationalmusiccamp.com; www.internationalmusiccamp.com

International Music Camp, International Peace Garden, 6/10-7/31. Type of participants: Wind, percussion and string instrumentalists, pianists, vocalists, teachers, music educators and IMTs and ensembles. Age or grade level: Elementary, secondary and professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $295-$320 with housing. Credit available.

Ohio

Oberlin College Conservatory of Music

Anna Hoffmann, administrator, Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, Outreach Programs, 77 W. College St., Oberlin, OH 44074; (440) 775-8044; ocbpi@oberlin.edu; www.oberlin.edu/con/summer

Baroque Performance Institute, Oberlin, 6/17-7/1. Featured teachers: Kenneth Slowik, Catharina Meints, Marilyn McDonald, Michael Lynn and Webb Wiggins. Type of participants: Baroque instrumentalists, vocalists, teachers and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and amateur. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons and technique.

Oberlin International Piano Competition and Festival, Oberlin, 7/22-7/29. Featured teacher: Robert Shannon. Type of participants: Pianists, teachers and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Private lessons and theory. Contact: ocpiano@oberlin.edu.

Oberlin Flute Institute, Oberlin, 6/23-7/1. Featured teachers: Michel Debost and Kathleen Chastain. Type of participants: Flute instrumentalists, soloists and music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique. Contact: ocflute@oberlin.edu.

Oberlin Trumpet Workshop, Oberlin, 6/27-7/7. Featured teachers: Roy Poper and Arto Hoornweg. Type of participants: Trumpet instrumentalists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Private lessons and technique. Contact: octrumpet@oberlin.edu.

Summer Academy for High School Organists, Oberlin, 6/20-6/25. Featured teachers: David Boe and James David Christie. Type of participants: Organists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Private lessons and technique.

Vocal Academy for High School Students, Oberlin, 7/14-7/22. Featured teachers: Daune Mahy and Salvatore Champagne. Type of participants: Vocalists and soloists. Age or grade level: Students who have just finished their junior year in high school. Emphasis: Private lessons and technique. Contact: ocvahs@oberlin.edu.

Workshops in Electronic and Computer Music, Oberlin, 6/17-7/1. Featured teacher: Gary Nelson. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Electronic and computer music.

Olney Friends School

Peg Champney, director, Olney Friends School, Friends Music Camp, P.O. Box 427, Yellow Springs, OH 45387; (937) 767-1311, fax: (937) 767-2254; musicfmc@yahoo.com; www.friendsmusiccamp.org

Friends Music Camp at Olney, Barnesville, 7/8-7/22 & 7/8-8/5. Featured teachers: Nicholas Hutchinson, Anne Gross, Martha Hyde, Brendan Cooney and Milton Dixon. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music and musical theater. Cost: $1,785 with housing.

Oregon

Britt Institute

Joelle Graves, education director, Britt Institute, P.O. Box 1124, 216 W. Main St., Medford, OR 97501; (541) 779-0847, fax: (541) 776-3712; education@brittfest.org; www.brittfest.org/summercamps.htm

Britt Institute, Jacksonville, 6/17-8/11. Featured teachers: Dana Landry, Don Aliquo, Rhett Bender and the Arianna String Quartet. Type of participants: Jazz, classical, saxophone and chamber string instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Chamber music, improvisation, repertoire, sight reading, jazz, technique, theory and workshops. Cost: $700-$1400 with housing; $350-$700 w/out housing.

Pennsylvania

Carnegie Mellon University

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Judi Cagley, administrative coordinator, Carnegie Mellon University, the Marta Sanchez Dalcroze Training Center, 5000 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213; (412) 268-2391, fax: (412) 268-1537; music-dalcroze@andrew.cmu.edu; www.cmu.edu/cfa/dalcroze

32nd Dalcroze Summer Workshops, Pittsburgh, one-week session: 7/2-7/6 and 7/2-7/20. Featured teachers: Herbert Henke, Annabelle Joseph, Marja-Leena Juntunen and Stephen Moore. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors, teachers, music educators and IMTs, movement specialists, soloists, ensembles. Age or grade level: Preschool, elementary, secondary, collegiate, professional. Emphasis: Improvisation, pedagogy, sight reading, theory, jazz, workshops and rhythmic movement. Cost: $650-$1,500 or $28.50-$57 per night, with housing; $650-$1,500 w/out housing. Credit available.

Music in the Mountains Pennsylvania

Deborah Reeder, co-director, Music in the Mountains Pennsylvania, 214 Avon Rd., Narberth, PA 19072; (610) 664-0346, fax: (610) 664-3726; info@musicinthemountainspa.com; www.musicinthemountainspa.com

Music in the Mountains Pennsylvania, Eagles Mere, 8/5-8/19. Featured teachers: Deborah Reeder, Barbara Sonies, Lori Simpson and Rachel Kane. Type of participants: Violin, viola and cello instrumentalists, pianists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music and theory. Cost: $1,100 with housing.

The Pennsylvania Academy of Music

Pennsylvania Academy of Music, Music Naturally, 313 W. Liberty St., Ste. 210, Lancaster, PA 17603; (717) 399-9733, fax: (717) 399-0023; info@paacademymusic.com; www.paacademymusic.org

Music Naturally, Lancaster, June 2007. Featured teachers: Arnold Steinhardt and Miami String Quartet. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Chamber music and workshops. Cost: TBA.

Summertrios

Lily Friedman, music director, Summertrios, P.O. Box 1062, New York, NY 10025; (212) 222-1289; summertrios@summertrios.org; www.summertrios.org

Summertrios Premium Program (play only with professionals), Bryn Mawr College, 6/10-6/17. Featured teachers: Chris Lee, Yuval Waldman, Andrey Tchekmazov, Rob LaRue and David Oei. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, pianists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Adult amateurs and professionals. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, play in ensembles of all professionals and performance opportunity. Cost: $2,200 with housing; $2,125 w/out housing.

Summertrios Chamber Music Regular Program, Week 1--for Strings and Piano, Chambersburgh, 6/24-7/1. Featured teachers: Yuval Waldman, Linda Rosenthal, Rob LaRue, Brian Snow and Lily Friedman. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, pianists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Adult amateurs and professionals. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and performance opportunity. Cost: $950-$1,350 with housing; $875-$1,275 w/out housing.

Summertrios Chamber Music Regular Program, Week 2, Chambersburgh, 7/1-7/8. Featured teachers: Linda Rosenthal, Lori Berkowitz, Rob LaRue and Lily Friedman. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists, pianists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Adult amateurs and professionals. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, orchestra and performance opportunity. Cost: $950-$1,350 with housing; $875-$1,275 w/out housing.

Wyoming Seminary

Nancy Sanderson, director, Wyoming Seminary, 201 N. Sprague Ave., Kingston, PA (570) 270-2186, fax: (570) 270-2198; onstage@wyomingseminary.org; www.wyomingseminary.org

The Performing Arts Institute, Northeastern Pennsylvania, 6/24-8/4. Featured teachers: Shanghai String Quartet, Sarah Hatsuko Hicks, Victor Liva, Rick Lawn and Steve Fidyk. Type of participants: All instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops and audition preparation. Cost: $810 per week with housing; $300 per week w/out housing.

South Carolina

Furman University

Marcella Frese, programs coordinator, Furman University, Music Department, 3300 Poinsett Hwy., Greenville, SC 29613; (864) 294-2086, fax: (864) 294-3035; furmanmusic@furman.edu; www.MusicAtFurman.com

Furman Band and Orchestra Camp, Greenville, 6/10-6/15. Featured teachers: Leslie Hicken and Thomas Joiner. Type of participants: Band or orchestral instrumentalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: TBA. Contact." Derek Parsons, institute director.

Summer Keyboard Institute, Greenville, 6/17-6/22. Featured teachers: David Gross, Daniel Koppelman, Charles Boyd Tompkins, Ruby Morgan and Derek Parsons. Type of participants: Piano and organ instrumentalists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and computer and electronic music. Cost: TBA.

Presbyterian College

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Karen Buckland, director of keyboard studies, Presbyterian College, Department of Music, 503 S. Broad St., Clinton, SC 29325; (864) 833-8467, fax: (864) 833-8481; kbuck@presby.edu; www.presby.edu/music

Summer Academy of Music, Clinton, 6/17-6/22. Featured teachers: Presbyterian College faculty. Type of participants: Pianists, classical guitarists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, ensemble music and "Music Triathlon." Cost: $450 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Winthrop University

Eugene Barban, director, Winthrop University, Music Department, 701 Oakland Ave., Rock Hill, SC 29733; (803) 323-2255, fax: (803) 323-2343; barbane@winthrop.edu

Walter Hautzig Summer Master Class, Rock Hill, 6/25-6/30. Featured teachers: Walter Hautzig and Eugene Barban. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $525 with housing; $475 w/out housing. Credit available.

Texas

Baylor University

Baylor University, School of Music, One Bear Place # 97408, Waco, Texas 76798; (254) 710-1417, fax: (254) 710-1191; www.baylor.edu/busmc

Piano Teacher Workshop, Waco, 6/17-6/23. Featured teachers: Lesley Sisterhen and other members of the piano faculty. Type of participants: Piano teachers and independent piano teachers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Private lessons, piano pedagogy seminars, observe activities of the high school piano institute, including master classes and lessons taught by Baylor piano faculty, theory classes and computer theory drill, keyboard skills classes, video of famous artists and recital series. Cost: TBA. Contact. Lesley Sisterhen, director of piano pedagogy; Lesley_Sisterhen@baylor.edu.

Summer Piano Institute, Waco, 6/17-6/23. Featured teachers: Jane Abbott-Kirk, Bradley Bolen, Kae Hosoda-Ayer, Terry Lynn Hudson, Brian Marks, Lesley Sisterhen and James Williams. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Secondary (grades 8-12). Emphasis: Private lessons, theory, master classes, lecture demonstrations, computer theory drill, keyboard skills classes, videos of famous artists, regular practice periods and recital series. Cost: TBA. Contact. James Williams, director of keyboard studies; James_Williams@baylor.edu.

Festival Hill

Main G. Declert, program director, Festival Hill, The International Festival-Institute, P.O. Box 89, Round Top, TX 78954; (979) 249-3086, fax: (979) 249-5078; alaind@festivalhill.org; http://festivalhill.org/summ erprogram.html

The International Festival-Institute at Round Top, Round Top, 6/3-7/15. Featured teachers: Brian Lewis, Kevork Mardirossian, Jorja Fleezanis, Yuval Gotlibovich and Emilio Colon. Type of participants: String, wind, brass and percussion instrumentalists, pianists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Pre-professional and professional. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and orchestra training. Cost: $600 with housing.

Southern Methodist University

David Karp, director, NPTI, Southern Methodist University, Division of Music, P.O. Box 750356, Dallas, TX 72575; (214) 768-3188, fax: (972) 661-3278; dkarp@smu.edu

National Piano Teachers Institute, Dallas, 7/9-7/12. Featured teachers: Helen Marlais, Scott McBride Smith, Janet Vogt, Carol Leone and Mona Rejino. Type of participants: Pianists, teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, private lessons, technique, popular music, workshops and computer and electronic music. Cost: $375 with housing; $210 w/out housing. Credit available.

Texas Christian University

Tamas Ungar, executive director, PianoTexas International Academy & Festival, TCU, School of Music, P.O. Box 297456, Fort Worth, TX 76129; (817) 257-7456, fax: (817) 257-0178; info-pianotexas@tcu.edu; www.pianotexas.org

Piano Texas International Academy & Festival Fort Worth, 6/7-7/1. Featured teachers: Paul Badura-Skoda, Nelita True, Arie Vardi, Menahem Pressler and Yoheved Kaplinsky. Type of participants: Pianists, piano teachers, soloists and chamber music with quartet. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional, young artists and amateurs. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and concerto with Fort Worth Symphony. Cost: With housing: young artists: $1,750, teachers: $862, amateurs: $1,220; W/out housing: young artists: $1,100, teachers: $400, amateurs: $820.

Vermont

Adamant Music School

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M'Lou Gillespie, Adamant Music School, P.O. Box 22, Adamant, VT 05640; (802) 223-3347, fax: (802) 229-6978; mlou@pshift.com; www.adamant.org

Behre Series with John O'Conor, Adamant, 7/2-7/6. Featured teacher: John O'Conor. Type of participants: Pianists, soloists, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique and pedagogy. Cost: $750/perform with housing; $600/audit w/out housing.

Behre Series II with Andre Laplante, Adamant, 7/19-7/23. Featured teachers: Andre Laplante. Type of participants: Pianists, teachers, soloists, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique and pedagogy. Cost: $750/perform with housing; $600/audit w/out housing.

Traditional Session, Adamant, 7/28-8/11. Featured teachers: Six university grade faculty members. Type of participants: Pianists, teachers, soloists, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $1,500 with housing.

Washington

Max Aronoff Viola Institute

Joyce Ramee and Paula Fendler, co-directors, Max Aronoff Viola Institute, 6302 54th Ave. Ct. W., Tacoma, WA 98467; (253) 474-6922; mavijramee@aol.com; www.viola.com/aronoff

Max Aronoff Viola Institute, Seattle area, 7/1-7/5. Featured teachers: Joyce Ramee, Charles Noble, Nancy Roth, John Scanlon and Betty Agent. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, music educators and IMTs and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and adults. Emphasis: Chamber music, technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $600 with housing; $500 w/out housing.

Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras

Scott Teske, admissions/operations, Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras, Western Washington University, Music Department, 516 High St., Bellingham, WA 98255; (206) 362-2300; marrowstone@syso.org; www.marrowstone.org

Marrowstone Summer Music Program, Bellingham, 7/22-8/5. Featured teachers: Dale Clevenger, Stephen Balderston, Nancy DiNovo, Walter Gray and Francine Peterson. Type of participants: String, wind, brass, percussion and harp instrumentalists and pianists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and orchestra. Cost: $1,606 with housing.

Wisconsin

Lawrence Academy of Music

Kathy Kennedy, registrar, Lawrence University, Lawrence Academy of Music, P.O. Box 599, Appleton, WI 54912; (920) 832-6632, fax: (920) 993-6039; acad_music@lawrence.edu; www.lawrence.edu/dept/acad_music

Jazz Odyssey, Appleton, 7/15-7/20. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $250 w/out housing. Contact: Fred Snyder, director.

Music Camp, Appleton, 7/22-7/28. Type of participants: Wind, brass and percussion instrumentalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, repertoire, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory and workshops. Contact: Jon Meyer, camp director.

Piano Odyssey, Appleton, 7/30-8/3. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $225 w/out housing. Contact: Catherine Walby, teacher of piano.

University of Wisconsin-Madison

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Chelcy Bowles, program director, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Continuing Education in Music, 720 Lowell Ctr., 610 Langdon St., Madison, WI 53703; (608) 265-5629, fax: (608) 262-1694; music@dcs.wisc.edu; www.dcs.wisc.edu/lsa/music/piano.htm

Choral Conductor's Art Workshop, Madison, 6/18-6/21. Featured teachers: Beverly Taylor and Edward Maclary. Type of participants: Vocalists, conductors, teachers, music educators and IMTs and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Repertoire, technique and workshops. Cost: $380 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: Andrea Bontrager Yoder; www.dcs.wisc.edu/lsa/musidchoral.htm.

Madison Early Music Workshops, Madison, 7/7-7/14. Featured teachers: Guest artists: Piffaro, Fortune's Wheel, King's Noyse and Marion Verbruggen. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors, teachers, music educators and IMTs soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and amateurs. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops and performance practice. Cost: $415 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact. Andrea Bontrager Yoder; www.dcs.wisc.edu/lsa/memf

National String Instrument Repair Clinics, Madison, 7/28-8/1. Featured teacher: Wil Bremer, Christopher Germain, Charles Pinckney and Duane Wilcox. Type of participants: String and fretted string instrumentalists, string instrument repairers/builders, teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Workshops and instrument repair. Cost: $395 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: Andrea Bontrager Yoder; www.dcs.wisc.edu/lsa/music/nsw.htm.

Piano Teachers' Workshop, Madison, 6/14-6/16. Featured teachers: Jessica Johnson, Cathy Kautsky, Todd Welbourne and William Westney. Type of participants: Teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $375 w/out housing. Credit available.

University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point

Kim O'Flaherty, program manager, University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point, College of Fine Arts and Communication, 2100 Main St., 324 CAC, Stevens Point, WI 54481; (800) 898-9472, fax: (715) 295-8923; summer.arts.camp@uwsp.edu; www.uwsp.edu/cofac/fineartscamp

Point Music Camp---High School Session, Stevens Point, 6/24-6/30. Type of participants: Band and jazz band instrumentalists, vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Improvisation, jazz, private lessons, theory and electronic and computer music. Cost: $505 with housing; $450 w/out housing.

Point Music Camp--Middle School Session, Stevens Point, 6/17-6/23. Type of participants: Band, jazz band and string instrumentalists, vocalists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Improvisation, jazz, private lessons, theory and electronic and computer music. Cost: $505 with housing; $405 w/out housing.

International

Jarmila Zarybnicka

Jana Kram, Jarmila Zarybnicka, The Czech Repulic, +420 606 450 888; summermusicschool@seznam.cz; www.summermusicschool.wz.cz

Summer Music School 2007 in Prague, Prague, 8/17-8/25. Featured teachers: Marketa Stivinova, Vladimir Petr, Jirina Markova-Krystlikova and Bozena Steinerova. Type of participants: Pianists, vocalists, flute instrumentalists, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Elementary, secondary, collegiate and amateurs. Emphasis: Accompanying, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $950 with housing.

More Than Music

Ann Vincent, administrator, More Than Music, 275 Ontario St., Ste. 306, Kingston, Ontario, K7K 2X5; 1 (888) 283-1539, fax: 1 (613) 542-7550; mtm@kingston.net; www.morethanmusic.com

Summer Music Festival--Suzuki Kingston, Kingston, Session I: 7/1-7/6, Session II: 7/8-7/13. Featured teachers: Valery Lloyd-Watts, Thomas J. McAvaney, Christine, Burczyk, Clayton Scott and James Selway. Type of participants: Violin and cello instrumentalists, pianists, vocalists, teachers, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: All levels. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, privates lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: varies. Credit available for pedagogy program.

Music and Markets Tours

Anne Woodyard, founder and director, Music and Markets Tours, 11621 Clubhouse Ct., Reston, VA 20190; (877) 260-6383, fax: (703) 935-2565; tours@musicetc.us; www.musicetc.us

Music and Markets Amalfi Coast, Amalfi Coast, Italy, 7/2. Type of participants: Music lovers. Age or grade level: All. Emphasis: Chamber music, history and repertoire. Cost: $3,100 with housing.

Music and Markets Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 8/15. Type of participants: Music lovers. Age or grade level: All. Emphasis: Chamber music. Cost: $2,299 with housing.

Music and Markets Provence, Provence, France, 7/21. Type of participants: Music lovers. Age or grade level: All. Emphasis: Chamber music and jazz. Cost: $3,650 with housing.

New York University, Steinhardt School

Esther Lamneck, artistic director, Music and Performing Arts Professions, New York University Steinhardt School, 35 W. 4th St. New York, NY 10012; (212) 998-5441, fax: (212) 995-4043; el2@nyu.edu; http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/music/page.p hp?page_id=839

NYU Music and Dance in Italy, Florence, Italy, 5/14-6/1. Featured teachers: Esther Lamneck, Douglas Dunn, Roberto Fabbriciani and Alfonso Belfiore. Type of participants: All classical instrumentalists, teachers, soloists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, improvisation, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and electronic and computer music. Cost: $990-$1,400 with housing; $992 w/out housing. Credit available.

Sopron Conservatory

William Wellborn, Sopron Conservatory, San Francisco Conservatory, 50 Oak St., San Francisco, CA 94102; (415) 503-6200, ext. 6618, fax: (415) 503-6299; pianoleg@aol.com; www.williamwellborn.com

Franz Liszt Summer Piano Academy and Festival, Sopron, Hungary. 7/20-8/5. Featured teachers: William Wellborn, Adam Wibrowski and Gergely Boganyi. Type of participants: Pianists, soloists, teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $1,450 with housing.

University of Kansas

Nathanael May, director University of Kansas, Music and Dance Department, 5111 Congressional Cr. #B-l, Lawrence, KS 66049; (785) 856-2497; info@cortonafestival.com; www.cortonafestival.com

Cortona Contemporary Music Festival, Tuscany, Italy, 7/13-7/22. Featured teachers: Thomas Rosenkranz, Duo46, Lisa Celia, Brian Hulsetz and Nathanael May. Type of participants: Violin, guitar and flute instrumentalists, vocalists, soloists, composers, soloists, ensembles, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and advanced high school age. Emphasis: Chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops, electronic and computer music and performances of 20th- and 21st-century music. Cost: $1,300 with housing.

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Chelcy Bowles, program director, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Continuing Education in Music, 720 Lowell Ctr., 610 Langdon St., Madison, WI 53703; (608) 265-5629, fax: (608) 262-1694; music@dcs.wisc.edu; www.dcs.wisc.edu/lsa/travel/mat.htm

Arts Study Abroad for Teachers: Paris and Provence, Paris and Provence, France, 6/19-7/3. Featured teachers: Chelcy Bowles and Doug Whittle. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors, teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional and interested adults. Emphasis: Individualized projects. Cost: $3,329 with housing. Credit available.

Varna International Piano Master Class and Competition

Kalin Tchonev, international director, Varna International Piano Master Class and Competition, 113 Dupre Mill Ct., Lexington, SC 29072; (803) 358-2382, fax: (803) 358-6823; piano@varnaworkshop.com; www.varnaworkshop.com

Varna International Piano Master Class and Competition, Varna, Bulgaria, 6/21-6/29. Featured teachers: John Adams, Soon Bae Kim and Milena Mollova. Type of participants: Pianists and soloists. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Private lessons, workshops and international piano competition. Cost: $1,590 with housing.

Zephyr International Chamber Music Course and Festival

Mack McCray or Meikui Matsushima, 2123 26th Ave., San Francisco, CA 94116; (415) 753-5334, fax: (415) 242-5688; admin@zephyrmusicfest.org; www.zephyrmusicfest.org

Zephyr International Chamber Music Course and Festival Courmayerur, Italy, 6/27-7/17. Featured teachers: Mack McCray, Bonnie Hampton, Jodi Levits, Jennifer Culp and Bettina Mussumeli. Type of participants: Violin, viola and cello instrumentalists, pianists and ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Chamber music and workshops. Cost: $2,450 with housing.

Multiple Locations

Musikgarten

(See advertisement on page 47.)

Denise Wallington, Musikgarten, 507 Arlington St., Greensboro, NC 27406; (800) 216-6864, fax: (336) 272-0581; event@musikgarten.org; www.musikgarten.org

Early Childhood Music & Group Piano for Beginners, see below for locations and dates and check website for further details. Featured teachers: Varies by location. Type of participants: Teachers, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Early childhood and elementary level teachers. Emphasis: Improvisation, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, ear training and group teaching. Cost: $465-$1,180 with housing; $265-$580 w/out housing (varies by location). Credit available.

Locations and dates: Hockessen, DE, 7/22-7/27; Coral Gables, FL, 6/10-6/15; Atlanta, GA, 7/8-7/13; Wheaton, IL, 7/15-7/20; Billings, MT, 7/22-7/27; Cincinnati, OH, 6/10-6/15; Dallas, TX, 6/24-6/29; Salt Lake City, UT, 7/9-7/13; Richmond, VA, 6/24-6/29; Madison, WI, 6/24-6/29.
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