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Directory of summer programs.

ALABAMA

University of Mobile

Barbara Laurendine, Camp Director, University of Mobile, Fine Arts Department, 5735 College Pkwy., Mobile, AL 36613; (251) 442-2402, fax: (251) 442-2526; dianest@hotmail.com; www.umobile.edu

Summer Music Camp, Mobile, 6/9-6/13. Featured teachers: To be announced. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $140-$150 w/out housing.

ARIZONA

Barrage Educational Workshops

Jana Wyber, Barrage, 1010-20 Ave. S.E., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2G 1M6; (403) 261-6942, fax: (403) 263-5280; ceworkshops@aol.com; www.barrage.org/workshops

"High Performance Fiddle Camp, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, 7/14-7/21. Featured teachers: Dean Marshall and Brian Hansen. Type of participants: Violinists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists and alternative music. Cost: $706 with housing; $440 w/out housing.

String Alternatives Educators Workshop, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, 7/20-7/23. Featured teachers: Dean Marshall, Bob Phillips, Pam Phillips and John Crozman. Type of participants: String educators. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: History, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, popular music, workshops and alternative string styles. Cost: $440 with housing; $275 w/out housing. Credit available. In affiliation with Northern Arizona University.

Northern Arizona University Jill Douglas, Program Coordinator, Northern Arizona University Music Camp, P.O. Box 6041, Flagstaff, AZ 86011; (928) 523-2323, fax: (928) 523-1133; music.camp@nau.edu; www.nau.edu/musiccamp

NAU Music Camp, Flagstaff, 6/21-7/12. Type of participants. Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, sight reading, theory, popular music, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $500-$875 with housing; $350-$575 w/out housing.

ARKANSAS

National Federation of Music Clubs

Kathryn Hickman, Director, Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony Piano/String Camp, affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs, 513 N.W. Arlington, Lawton, OK 73507-6826; (580) 353-0716 or (580) 357-3775, fax: (580) 357-2680

Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony Piano/String Camp, Eureka Springs, 7/20-7/27. Featured teachers: Jim Breckenridge, Jim Waddelow, Kevin Costley, Babette Goodman and Gene Moon. Type of participants: Pianists and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music, and string orchestra. Cost: $225 with housing.

CALIFORNIA

Idyllwild Arts

Diane Dennis, Registrar, Idyllwild Arts Summer Program, P.O. Box 38, Idyllwild, CA 92549; (909) 659-2171, ext. 365, fax: (909) 659-5463; summerprogram@idyllwildarts.org; www.idyllwildarts.org

Idyllwild Arts Summer Program, Idyllwild, 7/6-8/17. Featured teachers: Yehuda Gilad, Igor Gruppman, Larry Livingston, Nelms McKelvain and John Walz. Type of participants: Orchestral and chamber music instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $300-$875; housing available.

San Francisco Conservatory of Music (See advertisement on page 43.)

Laura R. Chrisp, Summer Programs Coordinator, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Summer Music West, 1201 Ortega St., San Francisco, CA 94122; (415) 759-3454, fax: (415) 759-3499; lrc@sfcm.edu; www.sfcm.edu/summer

Summer Music West--Composition Intensive, San Francisco, 6/23-7/24. Featured teacher: Alexis Alrich. Type of participants: Composers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, private lessons, theory and a concert of participants' newly composed pieces. Cost: $730 w/out housing.

Summer Music West--Ensembles Session I & II, San Francisco, 7/7-8/1. Featured teachers: Doris Fukawa and other SFCM preparatory faculty members. Type of participants: Violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon and horn instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and master classes. Cost: $625 or $785 w/out housing, depending on the session.

Summer Music West--Musicianship Class, San Francisco, 7/7-7/18. Featured teachers: Preparatory division musicianship faculty. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Improvisation, sight reading, theory and ear training. Cost: $340 w/out housing.

CONNECTICUT

Wesleyan University (See advertisement on page 16.)

Nancy Wolfe, Director, Center for Creative Youth, 350 High St., Middletown, CT 06459; (860) 685-3307, fax: (860) 685-3311; ccy@wesleyan.edu; www.crec.org/ccy

Center for Creative Youth, Middletown, 6/22-7/26. Featured teachers: Gene Bozzi, Garrett Bennett, Laura Kane, Thomas Schuttenhelm and Maryann Liniak-Bodwell. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 9-12. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons (not included in program cost), technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $3,750 with housing; $1,950 w/out housing. Credit available.

FLORIDA

Florida State University

Richard A. Williams, Florida State University, School of Music, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1180; (850) 644-2508, fax: (850) 644-9934; rawillia@mailer.fsu.edu; www.music.fsu.edu

Double Bass Workshop, Tallahassee, 6/18-6/21. Featured teacher: Melanie Punter. Type of participants: Double (string) bass instrumentalists. Emphasis: Master classes, ensembles, technique, audition preparation and performances. Cost: $250.25 with housing and meals; $185 w/out housing. Tuition (excluding housing) will be $170 if deposit is received or postmarked by April 1, 2003. Cost is $87 for those staying for the String Orchestra Camp.

String Orchestra Camp, Tallahassee, 6/22-7/5. Featured teachers: Michael Allen, Alexander Jimenez, James Palmer and David Eccles. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Ages 12-18. Emphasis: Ensembles, master classes, theory, chamber music and optional private lessons. Cost: $672.75 with housing and meals; $380 w/out housing. Tuition (excluding housing) will be $365 if deposit is received or postmarked by April 1, 2003.

ILLINOIS

Eastern Illinois University

W. David Hobbs, Piano Camp Coordinator, Eastern Illinois University, Music Department, 600 Lincoln Ave., Charleston, IL 61920; (217) 581-5911, fax: (217) 581-7137; cfwdh@eiu.edu; www.eiu.edu/~musiccamp

Eastern Piano Camp, Charleston, 7/13-7/19. Featured teachers: W. David Hobbs and Susan Teicher. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $340 with housing; $220 w/out housing.

Northwestern University

Heather Landes, Managing Director, National High School Music Institute, Northwestern University, School of Music, 711 Elgin Rd., Evanston, IL 60208; (847) 491-3141, fax: (847) 467-7440; musiclife@northwestern.edu; www.northwestern.edu/musicschool

National High School Music Institute, Evanston, 6/29-8/1. Featured teacher: Don Owens. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists, percussionists and vocalists. Age or grade level: High school. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, composition and conducting. Cost: $3,600 with housing.

Steans Institute for Young Artists at the Ravinia Festival

Diane P. Dorn, Director, Steans Institute for Young Artists at the Ravinia Festival, 418 Sheridan Rd., Highland Park, IL 60035; (847) 266-5106, fax: (847) 266-5063; siya@mail.ravinia.org; www.ravinia.org

Program for Piano and Strings, Highland Park, 6/14-7/19. Featured teachers: Miriam Fried, Kim Kashkashian, Timothy Eddy, Paul Katz and Leon Fleisher. Type of participants: Pianists and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, repertoire, master classes and concerts.

Program for Singers, Highland Park, 7/26-8/20. Featured teachers: Margo Garrett, Benita Valente, Sergei Leiferkus, Rudolf Piernay and Martin Katz. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, repertoire, master classes and concerts.

Program for Vocal Chamber Music, Highland Park, 7/17-8/3. Featured teachers: Margo Garrett, Benita Valente, Timothy Eddy and Daniel Phillips. Type of participants: Vocalists, pianists and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons and concerts.

INDIANA

Anderson University

Joani Brandon, Program Director, Anderson University, Music Department, 1100 E. 5th St., Anderson, IN 46012; (765) 641-4547, fax: (765) 641-3809; jlbrandon@anderson.edu

Orff Certification Level I, Anderson, 7/7-7/18. Featured teachers: Lisa Sullivan and Sarah Hassler. Type of participants: Elementary-level teachers, educators and IMTs. Emphasis: Improvisation, movement, recorder and speech. Cost: $700 w/out housing. Credit available.

Ball State University

James Helton/Ray Kilburn, BSU Piano Camp Coordinators, Ball State University, School of Music, Muncie, IN 47306; (765) 285-5517, fax: (765) 285-5401; rjkilburn@bsu.edu; www.bsu.edu

Ball State University Piano Camp, Muncie, 6/22-6/28. Featured teachers: Robert Palmer, Ray Kilburn, Lori Rhoden and James Helton. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $575 with housing; $375 w/out housing.

Grace College

Karen Wilder, Administrative Assistant, MasterWorks Festival, P.O. Box 800, Haymarket, VA 20168; (888) 836-2723, fax: (703) 753-2723; mwf@christianperformingart.org; www.masterworksfestival.org

MasterWorks Festival, Winona Lake, 6/22-7/20. Featured teachers: Stephen Clapp, John Dalley, Lawrence Dutton, John Kasica and Anne Martindale-Williams. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $2,100 with housing.

Indiana University (See advertisement on page 53.)

Helena Walsh, Coordinator, Pre-College Programs, Indiana University, School of Music, 1201 E. Third St., Mailroom, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405; (812) 855-6025, fax: (812) 855-4936; musicsp@indiana.edu; www.music.indiana.edu/som/ special_programs

College Audition Preparation, Bloomington, 7/26-7/31. Featured teachers: M. Dee Stewart, Howard Klug, Richard Seraphinoff and Kim Walker. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Grades 10-12. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. This is a workshop for high school brass, percussion and woodwind players who are planning to apply for entrance to college music programs. Cost: $858 with housing; $700 w/out housing.

Spanish Guitar Academy, Bloomington, 7/12-7/18. Featured teachers: Atanas Tzvetkov and Petar Jankovic. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique, sight reading, workshops, master classes, faculty concerts, concluding participant recital and a certificate of completion. Cost: $658 with housing; $500 w/out housing.

Summer Music Festival 2003, Bloomington, dates to be announced. Featured teachers: Mimi Zweig, M. Dee Stewart, Karen Taylor, Edward Auer and Howard Klug. Type of participants: Pianists, woodwind and string instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: All levels. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: Varies; housing available. Credit available.

Valparaiso University

June DeForest, Director, American Chamber Concerts, c/o Valparaiso University, Center for the Arts, Valparaiso, IN 46383; (773) 665-8903, fax: (773) 975-0145; amcc@msn.com

Focus on Chamber Music, Valparaiso, Saturdays, 6/28-8/2. Featured teachers: June DeForest, Daniel Morganstern and Dennis Friesen-Cerper. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles and chamber music. Cost: $350 w/out housing.

IOWA

Simpson College

Orpheus Festival, Indianola, 7/13-7/20. Featured teacher: Robert L. Larsen. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists, pianists, percussionists, organists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory and musical theater workshop. Cost: $500 with housing; $375 w/out housing. Contact: Maria DiPalma, Orpheus Festival Co-director, Simpson College, Music Department, 701 N. C St., Indianola, IA 50125; (515) 961-1637, fax: (515) 961-1498; terry@storm.simpson.edu; www.simpson.edu

Simpson College Jazz Camp, Indianola, 6/8-6/13. Featured teachers: Jim Widner, Mike Vax, Paul McKee, Bill Perkins and John Harner. Type of participants: Keyboard and wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate through adult. Emphasis: Jazz combos and ensembles, improvisation, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $485 with housing; $280 w/out housing. Contact: Andy McMahan, Instructor of Music, address above; (515) 961-1326, fax: (515) 961-1498; mcmahan@storm.simpson.edu

The University of Iowa

Rita Schmidt, Administrative Assistant, The University of Iowa, Music Department, 1064 Voxman Music Bldg., Iowa City, IA 52242; (319) 335-1635, fax: (319) 353-2555; rita-schmidt@uiowa.edu; www.uiowa.edu/~bands/asmc

All-State Music Camp, Iowa City, 6/8-6/14. Featured teachers: Victor Markovich, William Jones and Timothy Stalter. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles and theory. Cost: $365 with housing; $150 w/out housing.

KENTUCKY

University of Kentucky

Keyboard Ensemble and Technology Seminar, Lexington, 7/9-7/16. Featured teachers: Joy Carden, Susan Ogilvy, Dennis Stoufill, Larry Keenan and Vicki McVay. Type of participants: Piano teachers, including instructors of electronic and digital keyboards. Age or grade level: Teachers of all levels. Emphasis: Keyboard ensembles, improvisation, pedagogy, repertoire, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $475 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: Vicki McVay, Local Coordinator, Keyboard Ensemble and Technology Seminar, University of Kentucky, School of Music, 105 Fine Arts Bldg., Lexington, KY 40506-0022; (859) 257-2863, fax: (859) 257-9576; cardenjoy@aol.com

Orff Schulwerk Teacher Training Course, Lexington, 6/16-6/27. Featured teachers: Cindy Hall, Jay Broeker and Brian Burnett. Type of participants: Vocalists and elementary-level vocal teachers, educators and IMTs. Emphasis: Pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $525 with housing; $325 w/out housing. Contact: Cecilia Wang, Director, Orff Program, address above; (859) 257-8203, fax: (859) 257-9576; cecilia@uky.edu; www.uky.edu/~cecilia/Orff

MAINE

Bowdoin College

Jen Means, Director of Admissions, Bowdoin Summer Music Festival, Bowdoin College, 6300 College Station, Brunswick, ME 04011; (207) 373-1400, fax: (207) 373-1441; info@summermusic.org; www.summermusic.org

Bowdoin Summer Music Festival

Brunswick, 6/21-8/2. Featured teachers: Yoheved Kaplinski, Lewis Kaplan, Itzhak Rashkovsky, Claude LeLong and Steven Doane. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, repertoire and master classes. Cost: $2,950 with housing; $2,375 w/out housing.

New England Music Camp

Davis Wiggin, Director, New England Music Camp, Admissions, 8 Goldenrod Ln., Sidney, ME 04330; (207)465-3025; Playatnemc@aol.com, www.nemusiccamp.com

New England Music Camp, Sidney, 6/22-8/18. Featured teachers: Leon Gregorian, John Madden, Sue Barber, Marion Murphy Powell and James Stoltie. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops, conducting, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $3,000 with housing.

University of Southern Maine

University of Southern Maine, Summer Session and School of Music, 37 College Ave., Gorham, ME 04038; (207) 780-5617, fax: (207) 228-8161; summer@usm.maine.edu; www.usm.maine.edu/summer/ youth_programs

Southern Maine Choral Institute, Gorham, 7/27-8/2. Featured teachers: Robert Russel and Chris Peterson. Type of participants: Vocalists and conductors. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons and popular music. Cost: $465 with housing; $375 w/out housing. Contact: Robert Russell, institute director, contact information above.

Southern Maine Junior Music Academy, Gorham, 7/13-7/19. Featured teachers: George Shabo and John Morneau. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music and jazz. Cost: $470 with housing; $380 w/out housing. Contact: George Shabo, academy director, contact information above.

Southern Maine Music Academy, Gorham, 7/5-7/13. Featured teachers: Peter Martin and Chris Oberholtzer. Type of participants: Woodwind, percussion and brass instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, jazz, private lessons and theory. Cost: $570 with housing; $480 w/out housing. Contact: Peter Martin, academy director, contact information above.

Southern Maine Piano Institute, Gotham, 7/20-7/25. Featured teachers: Laura Kargul, Cheryl Tschanz, Christine Kissack and Calvin Herst. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists and accompanying. Cost: $600 with housing, $510 w/out housing. Contact: Laura Kargul, institute director, contact information above.

Southern Maine String Academy, Gorham, 8/3-8/8. Featured teacher: Anne Wilkinson. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons and theory. Cost: $445 with housing; $370 w/out housing. Contact: Anne Wilkinson, academy director, contact information on page 41.

Southern Maine Youth Band Day Camp, Gorham, 6/23-6/27. Featured teachers: Dawn Boden and John Morneau. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, technique, theory and popular music. Cost: $215 w/out housing. Contact: Dawn Boden, camp director, contact information on page 41.

MASSACHUSETTS

Belvoir Terrace, Inc.

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

Belvoir Terrace, Lenox, 6/24-8/12. Featured teachers: Twenty-five professional private teachers. Type of participants: String and woodwind instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Girls ages 9-17. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, performances, master classes, art, dance and theater. Cost: $7,700 with housing. Credit available.

MICHIGAN

The Bay View Music Festival

Ray Fowler, Artistic Director, The Bay View Music Festival, Music Department; 130 Omps Dr., Winchester, VA 22601; (540) 535-0810, fax: (540) 722-0122; rsfowler@aol.com; www.bayviewfestival.org

The Bay View Music Festival, Bay View, 6/20-8/17. Featured teachers: The Westbrook String Quartet, Quintessence Woodwind Quintet and The Bay View Brass Quintet. Type of participants: String, woodwind and brass instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and pre-professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music, opera and music theater. Cost: $2,470 with housing; $1,350 w/out housing.

Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp

Todd Holmberg, Program Director, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, 300 E. Crystal Lake Rd., Twin Lake, MI 49457; (800) 221-3796, fax: (231) 893-5120; holmberg@bluelake.org; www.bluelake.org

Band Program, Twin Lake, 6/25-7/6, 7/9-7/20, 7/23-8/3 or 8/6-8/17. Featured teachers: Conductors and instructors from universities, colleges, professional ensembles, and private and public schools nationwide. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $860 with housing.

Blue Lake Suzuki Family Camp, Twin Lake, 6/11-6/14, 6/15-6/18 or 6/19-6/22. Featured teachers: Suzuki piano and string instructors. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, pianists, teachers and families. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: Call for brochure. Housing available.

Choir Program, Twin Lake, 6/25-7/6, 7/9-7/20, 7/23-8/3 or 8/6-8/17. Featured teachers: Conductors and instructors from universities, colleges, professional ensembles, and private and public schools nationwide. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $900 with housing.

Harp Program, Twin Lake, 6/25-7/6, 7/9-7/20, 7/23-8/3 or 8/6-8/17. Featured teachers: Instructors from universities, colleges and professional ensembles from the United States and Europe. Type of participants: Harpists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $935 with housing.

Jazz Program, Twin Lake, 6/25-7/6, 7/9-7/20, 7/23-8/3 or 8/6-8/17. Featured teachers: Conductors and instructors from universities, colleges, professional ensembles, and private and public schools nationwide. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists (trumpet, trombone; saxophone, piano, bass and drums). Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $860 with housing.

Orchestra Program, Twin Lake, 6/25-7/6, 7/9-7/20, 7/23-8/3 or 8/6-8/17. Featured teachers: Conductors and instructors from universities, colleges, professional ensembles, and private and public schools nationwide. Type of participants: String and wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary, Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: $860 with housing.

Piano Program, Twin Lake, 6/25-7/6, 7/9-7/20, 7/23-8/3 or 8/6-8/17. Featured teachers: Instructors from U.S. universities and colleges. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and theory. Cost: $935 with housing.

Summer Camp for Adults, Twin Lake, 7/9-7/12 (String Orchestra), 7/16-7/19 (Wind Instrument Technique), 7/23-7/26 or 8/13-8/16 (Concert Band), 7/27-7/30 0azz Improvisation), 7/30-8/2 (Jazz Band), 8/19-8/24 (Chamber Music for Fun). Featured teachers: Professional performers and conductors from universities and colleges. Type of participants: All band, string, jazz and rhythm instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Adult amateurs. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: Call for brochure. Housing available.

Interlochen Center for the Arts

Tom Bewley, Director of Admissions, Interlochen Center for the Arts, P.O. Box 199, Interlochen, MI 49643-0199; (231) 276-7472, fax: (231) 276-7464; admissions@interlochen.k12.mi.us; www.interlochen.org

Interlochen Arts Camp, Interlochen, 6/15-8/11. Featured teachers: Eric Kim, Douglas Campbell, Deborah Chodacki, Daniel Stolper and William Preucil, Jr. Type of participants: Band, jazz, chamber, early music and orchestral instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, creative writing, dance, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, theater, repertoire, sight reading, theory, visual arts, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $4,998 with housing.

University of Michigan

Susan M. Grant Robinson, Program Coordinator, U-M School of Music, Michigan Youth Office, 1281 Moore Bldg., 1100 Baits Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2085; (734) 763-1279, fax: (734) 647-0140; sumgraro@umich.edu; www.music.umich.edu/resources/myo

All-State Program at Interlochen, Interlochen (Ann Arbor), 6/15-7/12. Featured teachers: Richard Beene, Jerry Blackstone, Steven Davis, John Ellis and Brent Wagner. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 9-12. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: To be determined. Housing available.

Summer Arts Institute, Ann Arbor, 7/13-7/26. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Completing grades 6-9. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, history, technique, theory and group lessons. Cost: To be determined. Housing available.

Western Michigan University

Carl Doubleday, SEMINAR Director, Western Michigan University, School of Music, 1903 W. Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5434; (269) 387-4681, fax: (269) 387-1113; carl.doubleday@wmich.edu; www.wmich.edu/music

SEMINAR 2003, Kalamazoo, 7/13-7/26. Featured teachers: WMU music faculty and guests. Type of participants: Woodwind, brass, percussion and string instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 9-12. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, jazz, private lessons, theory, popular music, and electronic and computer music. Cost: Approximately $820 with housing; $620 w/out housing.

MINNESOTA

Musictech College

Mary Holmes, Education Outreach Coordinator, Musictech College, 19 Exchange St. East, St. Paul, MN 55101; (612) 291-0177, fax: (612) 291-0366; mholmes@musictech.com; www.musictech.com

Summer Jazz Workshop, St. Paul, 6/16-6/20. Featured teachers: Pete Whitman, Dave Jensen, Jeff Rinear, Terry Burns and Gordy Knudtson. Type of participants: Brass and woodwind instrumentalists and rhythm section. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory, and the ability to solo within the ensemble. Cost: $300 w/out housing.

Vocal Festival, St. Paul, 8/1-8/2. Featured teachers: Variety of professional singers in multiple styles. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Age 14 and older, including teachers and professionals. Emphasis: Soloists, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, popular music, workshops and contemporary music styles. Cost: To be determined.

St. Olaf College

Pat Anfinson, Conferences Director, St. Olaf College, Conferences and Events Department, 1520 St. Olaf Ave., Northfield, MN 55057; (507) 646-3031, fax: (507) 646-3690; summer@stolaf.edu; www.stolaf.edu/services/conferences/ musiccamp

St. Olaf Summer Music Camp, Northfield, 6/15-6/22. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: High school. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private and ensemble instruction, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $500 with housing; $400 w/out housing.

University of St. Thomas

"Robin Mohs, Program Coordinator, University of St. Thomas, Graduate Programs in Music Education, 2115 Summit Ave. #LOR103, 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, 6/16-8/8. Type of participants: Elementary and secondary music educators and IMTs. Emphasis: Orff and Kodaly certification, piano pedagogy, conducting courses, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Credit available.

MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi State University

Jackie Edwards-Henry, Director, Piano Showcase, Mississippi State University, Music Education Department, P.O. Box 6240, Mississippi State, MS 39762; (662) 325-3070, fax: (662) 325-0250; jeh@ra.msstate.edu

Piano Showcase, Starkville, 6/1-6/6. Featured teachers: Louis Nagel and Jane Magrath. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops and keyboard technology. Master class participants are high school students; teachers have workshops and observe master-class teaching. Three concerts for participants, open to the public, are included in cost. Cost: $386 with housing; $263 w/out housing. Credit available.

MISSOURI

University of Missouri-Columbia (See advertisement on page 49.)

Missouri Summer Music Institute Honor Choir, Columbia, 6/8-6/14. Featured teacher: Harrison Boughton. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, sight reading, workshops and voice master classes. Cost: $280 with housing. Contact: Jamila McWhirter, Assistant Director and Camp Administrator, University of Missouri-Columbia, School of Music, 228 Fine Arts Bldg., Columbia, MO 65211; (573) 882-2071, fax: (573) 884-7444; jlmgf3@mizzou.edu; http://web.missouri.edu/~musicwww

Missouri Summer Music Institute Junior High Band Camp, Columbia, 6/8-6/14. Featured teacher: Tom O'Neal. Type of participants: Band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Grades 6-9. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $300 with housing; $180 w/out housing. Contact: Tina Price, MSMI Coordinator, University of Missouri-Columbia, School of Music, 202 Loeb Hall, Columbia, MO 65211; (573) 882-3438, fax: (573) 884-5515; pricet@missouri.edu; http://web.missouri.edu/~musicwww

Missouri Summer Music Institute Senior High Band Camp, Columbia, 6/15-4/21. Featured teacher: Tom O'Neal. Type of participants: Band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Grades 9-12. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $300 with housing; $180 w/out housing. Contact: Tina Price, MSMI Coordinator, contact information above.

University of Missouri-Kansas City

Susan Hathaway, Coordinator, University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music, 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64110; (816) 235-2742, fax: (816) 235-5264; hathaways@umkc.edu; www.umkc.edu/conservatory

Orff Schulwerk, Level I & II, Kansas City, 7/7-7/18 (excluding weekend). Featured teachers: Karen Jensen and Ralph Maddox. Type of participants: Music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Pedagogy and workshops. Cost: Approximately $752 with housing; $500 w/out housing. Credit available.

String Fling, Kansas City, 7/26-7/29. Featured teachers: To be announced. Type of participants: Music educators and IMTs. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: Approximately $280 with housing; approximately $200 w/out housing. Credit available.

NEVADA

Las Vegas Music Festival

George E. Stelluto, Music Director, Las Vegas Music Festival, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Music Department, 4505 Maryland Pkwy., Box 455025, Las Vegas, NV 89154-5025; (702) 895-3949, fax: (702) 895-4239; stelluto@ccmail.nevada.edu; www.lasvegasmusicfestival.org

Las Vegas Music Festival 2003, Las Vegas, 7/28-8/17. Featured teachers: World-class faculty from throughout the United States and Europe. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists, pianists and music educators. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional, ages 15-28. Emphasis: Orchestral, chamber music, piano studies, private lessons, technique, repertoire, workshops and orchestral training. Cost: Approximately $1,120 with homing; $400 w/out homing. Credit available.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Plymouth State College

Carleen Graff, Camp Director, Plymouth State College, Music and Theatre Department, 17 High St., MSC #37, Plymouth, NH 03264; (603) 535-2313, fax: (603) 535-2645; carleeng@plymouth.edu; www.plymouth.edu/psc/music/pianonews

Junior Piano Monster Festival, Plymouth, 6/22-6/25. Featured teachers: Carolyn Miller and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 5-8. Emphasis: Multiple piano ensembles and digital keyboard ensembles, jazz, technique, repertoire, theory, chorus, handbells, percussion ensemble, organ lessons, and electronic and computer music. Cost: To be determined.

Senior Piano Monster Festival, Plymouth, 6/26-6/29. Featured teachers: Carolyn Miller and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12. Emphasis: Multiple piano ensembles and digital keyboard ensembles, history, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, handbells, organ lessons, master classes, concerts, and electronic and computer music. Cost: To be determined.

Teacher Seminar (with Junior Piano Monster Festival), Plymouth, 6/24-6/25. Featured teachers: Carolyn Miller and Donna Smith. Type of participants: Piano teachers. Emphasis: Workshops and observation of students' activities. Cost: To be determined. Credit available.

University of New Hampshire

Alexis Zaricki, Administrative Assistant, University of New Hampshire, Music Department, Paul Creative Arts Center, 30 College Rd., Durham, NH 03824; (603) 862-2404, fax: (603) 862-3155; azaricki@cisunix.unh.edu; www.unh.edu

MUSI 831 Conducting: Advanced Instrumental Conducting, Durham, 6/29-7/3. Featured teacher: Andrew Boysen. Type of participants: Conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Technique and repertoire. Cost: To be determined. Credit available.

MUSI 994 Theory Seminar, Durham, 7/7-7/24. Featured teacher: Michael Annicchiarico. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, teachers and music educators working toward a graduate degree. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Theory. Cost: To be determined. Credit available.

Summer Youth Music School Junior Session, Durham, 7/13-7/18. Type of participants: Band, orchestral and jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, completed grades 7 and 8. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $400 with housing; $300 w/out housing.

Summer Youth Music School Senior Session, Durham, 7/21-8/2. Type of participants: Band, orchestral and jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, completed grades 9-12. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $800 with housing; $600 w/out housing.

The Walden School

Patricia Plude, Executive Director, The Walden School, 31 A-29th St., San Francisco, CA 94110; (415) 648-4710, fax: (415) 648-1561; info@waldenschool.org; www.waldenschool.org

The Walden School, Dublin, 6/28-8/3. Featured teachers: Non Sequitur (resident ensemble), Leo Wanenchak and Tom Lopez. Type of participants: All instrumentalists, vocalists and composers. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, pedagogy, sight reading, theory, workshops, musicianship, composition, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $4,600 with housing.

NEW JERSEY

Appel Farm Arts and Music Center

Matt Sisson, Camp Director, Appel Farm Arts and Music Center, P.O. Box 888, Elmer, NJ 08318; (800) 394-8478, fax: (856) 358-6513; appelcamp@aol.com; www.appelfarm.org/camp

Summer Arts Camp, Elmer, 6/29-7/26 and 7/27-8/23. Featured teachers: To be announced. Type of participants: Classical, rock and jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional, including music educators and IMTs. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $3,700 with housing.

Westminster Choir College of Ryder University (See advertisement on page 51.)

Scott Hoerl, Director, Summer Session, Westminster Choir College, 101 Walnut Ln., Princeton, NJ 08540; (609) 924-7416, fax: (609) 921-6187; woce@rider.edu; http://westminster.rider.edu

The High School Solo Pianist, Princeton, 7/28-8/1. Featured teachers: Ena Bronstein Barton, Phyllis Lehrer and Jean Stackhouse. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 9-12. Emphasis: Piano ensembles, soloists, jazz, private lessons, technique and repertoire. Cost: $725 with housing.

Middle School Piano Camp, Princeton, 6/28-7/3. Featured teachers: Lillian Livingston, Miriam Eley and Kelly Setler Scheer. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 6-9. Emphasis: Piano ensembles, soloists, history, improvisation, repertoire and theory. Cost: $675 with housing.

Piano Camp for High School Musicians, Princeton, 7/13-7/18 and 7/20-7/25. Featured teachers: Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield, Donald Smith and Todd Simmons. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 9-12. Emphasis: Piano ensembles, soloists, jazz, technique, repertoire and theory. Cost: $675 with housing.

Piano Camp for Piano Teachers, Princeton, 7/7-7/11. Featured teachers: Lillian Livingston, Faina Bryanskaya and Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield. Type of participants: Piano teachers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Piano ensembles, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $750-$950 with housing; $450-$650 w/out housing. Credit available.

A Symposium for Pianists: Strategies for Improving Mind and Body for Optimal Performance, Princeton, 7/21-7/25. Featured teachers: Phyllis Lehrer, Gail Berenson, Seymour Fink, William de Van and Robert Mayerovitch. Type of participants: Pianists and piano teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $750-$950 with housing; $450-$650 w/out housing. Credit available.

NEW YORK

American Guild of Organists New York City Chapter

Gregory D'Agostino, Director, American Guild of Organists, New York City Chapter, P.O. Box 230 402, Ansonia Station, New York, NY 10023; (212) 799-0560, fax: (212) 877-8339; gregdag@aol.com; www.nycago.org

Pipe Organ Encounter, New York City, 7/6-7/12. Featured teachers: Gerre Hancock, John Weaver, Gregory D'Agostino, MacNeil Robinson and George Stauffer. Type of participants: Organists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $325 with housing; $250 w/out housing.

Eastman School of Music (See advertisement on page 55.)

Douglas Humpherys, Director, Eastman Young Artists International Piano Competition and Festival, Eastman School of Music, Piano Department, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604; (585) 274-1521; dhumpherys@esm.rochester.edu; www.rochester.edu/Eastman

Eastman Young Artists International Piano Competition and Festival, Rochester, 7/28-8/6. Featured teachers: Members of the Eastman piano faculty. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary, ages-14-18. Emphasis: Soloists, competition and master classes. Cost: $550 plus $80 application fee with housing; $80 application fee w/out housing.

French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts

P.O. Box 770100, Coral Springs, FL 33077; (800) 634-1703; admin@frenchwoods.com; www.frenchwoods.com

French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts, Hancock, 6/24-8/24. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $6,750 with housing.

Hartwick College (See advertisement on page 54.)

Theresa Lawlor, Associate Director, Hartwick College, Summer Music Festival, 1 Hartwick Dr., Oneonta, NY 13820; (800) 388-0337, fax: (607) 431-4245; musicfestival@hartwick.edu;www.hartwickmusicfestival.org

Hartwick College Summer Music Festival & Institute, Oneonta, 6/29-8/10. Featured teachers: Sarah Chang, Skitch Henderson, Jeffrey Khaner, Hugh Sung and David Finlayson. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate, ages 10-20. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $1,500-$4,000 with housing; $900-$2,400 w/out housing. Credit available.

Ithaca College (See advertisement on page 43.)

Kim Milling, Director, Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, Ithaca College, School of Music, 953 Danby Rd., Ithaca, NY 14850; (607) 274-3143; www.ithaca.edu

Summer Piano Institute, Ithaca, 7/6-7/12. Featured teachers: Charis Dimaras, Read Gainsford, Deborah Martin, Phiroze Mehta and John White. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops and piano ensemble. Cost: $600 with housing; $450 w/out housing.

Mannes College of Music (See advertisement on page 53.)

Julie Kedersha, Festival Director, Mannes College of Music, International Keyboard Institute & Festival, 150 W. 85th St., New York, NY 10024; (212) 580-0210, ext. 336, fax: (212) 580-1738; iki@newschool.edu; www.ikif.org

International Keyboard Institute & Festival, New York City, 7/13-7/27. Featured teachers: Jerome Rose, Idil Biret, Victor Rosenbaum, Mordecai Shehori and Vladimir Shakin. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, repertoire, master classes and concerts. Cost: $1,500 with housing; $800 w/out housing. Credit available.

NORTH CAROLINA

Appalachian State University

Stephen M. Hopkins, Director, Cannon Music Camp, Appalachian State University, Hayes School of Music, P.O. Box 32031, Boone, NC 28608; phone/fax: (828) 262-4091; hopkinssm@appstate.edu; www.cannon.appstate.edu

Cannon Music Camp, Boone, 6/21-7/19. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, sight reading, theory and master classes. Cost: $1,100 with housing.

Brevard Music Center (See advertisement on page 39.)

Dorothy Knowles, Admissions Coordinator, Brevard, Music Center, c/o Converse College, School of Music, P.O. Box 312, Brevard, NC 28712; (828) 862-2140, fax: (828) 884-2036; bmacadmission@citcom.net; www.brevardmusic.org

Brevard Music Center, Brevard, 6/18-8/3. Featured guest artists: Sarah Chang, Glenn Dicterow, Misha Dichter and The Diaz Trio. Type of participants: Orchestral and wind ensemble instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, master classes, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $3,700 with housing. Credit available.

Methodist College

Joy Cogswell, Director, Summer MusiCamp 2003, Methodist College, Music Department, 5400 Ramsey St., Fayetteville, NC 28311; (910) 630-7103, fax: (910) 630-7513; musicamp@methodist.edu; www.methodist.edu/music/musicamp.htm

Summer MusiCamp 2003, Fayetteville, 7/14-7/19. Featured teachers: Jane Weeks Gardiner, Sue Snyder, Bert Owen, Lynn Auman and Betty Neill Parsons. Type of participants: Pianists, vocalists, choral musicians, and string and band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, ages 10-18. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, jazz, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, theory, show choir, workshops, handbells and drama. Cost: $325 with housing.

The Swannanoa Gathering

Jim Magill, Director, The Swannanoa Gathering, P.O. Box 9000, Asheville, NC 28815-9000; (828) 298-3434, fax: (828) 299-3326; gathering@warren-wilson.edu; www.swangathering.com

The Swannanoa Gathering, Warren Wilson College, Asheville, 7/6-7/25. Featured teachers: To be announced. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, including fiddle, banjo and harp, and vocalists. Lovers of folk art traditions. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional, including teachers and hobbyists. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: To be determined. Housing available.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Darline Millett, Program Coordinator, UNC-Chapel Hill, Music Department, CB #1020, The Friday Center for Continuing Education, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1020; (919) 962-2643, fax: (919) 962-5549; dmillett@email.unc.edu; www.unc.edu/depts/music

Chapel Hill Chamber Music Workshop, Chapel Hill, 6/1-6/6. Featured teachers: Freddy Arteel, Ervin Schiffer, Kati Sebestyen, Benjamin Rawitz and Donald Oehler. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Adult amateurs and educators. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music and workshops. Cost: $455 w/out housing.

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

John R. Locke, Director, Summer Music Camp, UNC Greensboro, P.O. Box 26167, Greensboro, NC 27402; (800) 999-2869, fax: (336) 334-5349; lockej@uncg.edu; www.smcamp.org

Summer Music Camp, Greensboro, 7/13-7/18 and 7/20-7/25. Type of participants: Wind, percussion and string instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, private lessons and theory. Cost: $335 with housing; $265 w/out housing.

WINGSOUND (See advertisement on page 59.)

Barbara Lister-Sink, Director, WINGSOUND, P.O. Box 10912, Winston-Salem, NC 27108; phone/fax: (336) 945-2304; swallow@salem.edu; www.freeingthecagedbird.com

Freeing the Caged Bird--Developing Injury-Preventive Keyboard Technique, Winston-Salem, 6/30-7/5. Featured teacher: Barbara Lister-Sink. Type of participants: Pianists and organists, including teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, technique and pedagogy. Certification options for injury-preventive technique are available. Cost: $1,250. Credit may be available through Salem College. Enrollment limited to eight.

OHIO

Ohio Northern University Edwin Williams, Chair, Ohio Northern University, Music Department, 525 S. Main St., Ada, OH 45810; (419) 772-2151, fax: (419) 772-2488; e-williams@onu.edu; www.onu.edu

Northern Music Camp, Ada, 6/15-6/20 Featured teachers: Dale Laukhuf, Richard Sherrick, Amy Johnston and Brenda Hoyt. Type of participants: Band instumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, sight reading, theory, popular music, electronic and computer music, conducting and dance. Cost: $365 with housing; $185 w/out housing.

Trinity Lutheran Seminary (See advertisement below.)

May Schwarz, Professor of Church Music and Director, Master of Arts in Church Music Program (MACM), Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Church Music Department, 2199 E. Main St., Columbus, OH 43209; (614) 235-4136, ext. 4120, fax: (614) 238-0263; music@trinitylutheranseminary.edu; www.trinitylutheranseminary.edu

Summer Music Courses (Master of Arts in Church Music), Columbus, 6/9-6/13, 6/16-6/20 and 6/23-6/27. Featured teachers: Alice Parker, Craig Johnson, Bevan Keating, Mark Lochstampfor and May Schwarz. Type of participants: Organists, keyboardists, vocalists, conductors, church musicians and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, history, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory, workshops, church music, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $230 per credit hour and $80/week for housing; $460 per course for credit or $230 for audit w/out housing. See brochure.

OREGON

Portland State University (See advertisement on page 57.) Kodaly Levels Certification Workshop, Portland, 7/28-8/8. Featured teachers: Susan Brumfield and others to be announced. Type of participants: Elementary-level music educators and IMTs. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, folk music and conducting. Cost: $840 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: Dave Jimmerson, Administrative Director, Portland State University, Music Department, P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207; (800) 547-8887, fax: (503) 725-8215; JimersonD@pdx.edu; www.fpa.pdx.edu/Mmic

Piano Festival Northwest, World Forestry Center on the Portland State University campus, 7/17-7/20. Featured teachers: Frederic Chiu, Paul Roberts, Jerome Lowenthal and others. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional, including teachers. Emphasis: Soloists, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $195-$225 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: Pat Zagelow, Executive Director, Piano Festival Northwest, address above; (503) 725-5400, fax: (503) 725-8215; zagelop@pdx.edu; www.fpa.pdx.edu/prs

University of Oregon

George Evano, Director of Communications, University of Oregon, Oregon Bach Festival, 1257 University Of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403; (541) 346-5556, fax: (541) 346-5669; bachfest@darkwing.uoregon.edu; www.oregonbachfestival.com

Oregon Bach Festival Master Class in Conducting, Eugene, 6/27-7/13. Featured teachers: Helmuth Rilling, Thomas Somerville, Anton Armstrong and Andre Thomas. Type of participants: Conductors. Emphasis: Conducting. Cost: $855-$950 with housing.

Oregon Bach Festival Youth Choral Academy, Eugene, 6/28-7/9. Featured teachers: Anton Armstrong, Andre Thomas and Helmuth Rilling. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $350 with housing.

PENNSYLVANIA

Carnegie Mellon University (See advertisement on page 45.)

Annabelle Joseph, Director, Dalcroze Training Center, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Music, College of Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890; (412) 268-2391, fax: (412) 268-1537; aj12@andrew.cmu.edu; www.cmu.edu/cfa/dalcroze

Dalcroze Eurhythmics Workshops, Pittsburgh, Workshop I: 7/7-7/11; Workshop II: 7/7-7/25. Featured teachers: Marta Sanchez, Herbert Henke, Annabelle Joseph and Stephen Moore. Type of participants: Teachers, performers and conductors. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Rhythmic movement, improvisation, pedagogy and sight reading. Cost: Workshop I: $630 with housing; $450 w/out housing. Workshop II: $1,650 with housing; $1,050 w/out housing. Credit available.

Music in the Mountains

Deborah Reeder, Co-director, Music in the Mountains, 214 Avon Rd., Narbeth, PA 19072; (610) 664-0346, fax: (610) 664-3726; philtrio@aol.com

Music in the Mountains, Eagles Mere, 8/4-8/17. Featured teachers: Deborah Reeder, Barbara Sonies, Mechelle Chestnut and Lori Simpson. Type of participants: Violin, viola and cello instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, theory and workshops. Cost: $950 with housing.

Pennsylvania Academy of Music

Michael T. Jamanis, Artistic Director, Pennsylvania Academy of Music, 42 N. Prince St., Lancaster, PA 17603; (717) 399-9733, fax: (717) 399-0023; info@paacademymusic.com; www.paacademymusic.com

Music Naturally, Lancaster, 6/14-6/29. Featured teachers: Michael T. Jamanis, Simon Maurer, Agnes Maurer, Sara Male and Matthew Herren. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $1,500 with housing; $1,000 w/out housing.

The University of the Arts

Erin Elman, Director, The University of the Arts, Pre-College Department, 320 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19102; (215) 717-6430, fax: (215) 717-6433; precollege@uarts.edu; www.uarts.edu/precol

Jazz Performance Workshop, Philadelphia, 7/7-7/18. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Pre-college, ages 15-18. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, jazz and workshops. Cost: $1,610 w/ housing; $1,200 w/out housing.

Villanova University

John Dunphy, Director, Music Activities, Villanova University, 800 E. Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA 19085; (610) 519-7214, fax: (610) 519-7596; john.dunphy@villanova.edu; www.villanova.edu

Summer Studies for In-service Music Educators, Villanova, 6/16-7/26. Featured teachers: Ed Lisk, Thomas Rudolph, Quincy Hilliard, Jerry Nowak and Larry Edwards. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Workshops, jazz, electronic and computer music, conducting, theater production and instrument repair. Cost: $675 with housing; $475 w/out housing. Credit available.

Wyoming Seminary Preparatory School

Nancy Sanderson, Director, The Performing Arts Institute, 201 N. Sprague Ave., Kingston, PA 18704; (570) 270-2166, fax: (570) 270-2198; onstage@wyomingseminary.org; www.wyomingseminary.org/pai

The Performing Arts Institute, Kingston, 6/29-8/10. Featured teachers: Thomas Hrynkiw, Wen-Chi Lui, Sophie Till, Paul Hostetter and Victor Liva. Type of participants: All instrumentalists, including harp and guitar, and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $690 per week with housing; $250 per week w/out housing.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Furman University Marcella Frese, Coordinator, Furman University, Music Department, 3300 Poinsett Hwy., Greenville, SC 29613; (864) 294-2086, fax: (864) 294-3035; furmanmusic@furman.edu; http://alpha.furman.edu/academics/ dept/music

Band and Orchestra Camp, Greenville, 6/8-6/14. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists, including harpists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $350 with housing; $230 w/out housing.

Summer Keyboard Institute, Greenville, 6/15-6/20. Featured teachers: David Gross, Derek Parsons, Ruby Morgan and Charles Tompkins. Type of participants: Pianists and organists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, electronic and computer music, master classes, recitals, and major and minor areas. Cost: $470 with housing; $280 w/out housing.

Winthrop University

Eugene Barban, Director, Walter Hautzig Summer Master Class, Winthrop University, Music Department, Rock Hill, SC 29733; (803) 323-4639, fax: (803) 323-2343; barbane@winthrop.edla

Walter Hautzig Summer Master Class, Rock Hill, 6/23-6/28. Featured teacher: Walter Hautzig. Type of participants: Pianists and piano teachers. Auditors are welcome. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and evening concerts. Cost: $500 with housing; $350 full participant or $300 auditor w/out housing. Credit available.

SOUTH DAKOTA

Wheaton Conservatory of Music (See advertisement on page 45.)

Rhonda Sisson, Promotion Manager, Wheaton College, Conservatory of Music, 501 College Ave., Wheaton, IL 60187; (630) 752-5098, fax: (630) 752-5341; musicontheflY@heaton.edu; www.wheaton.edu/conservatory

Music on the Fly, Rapid City (Black Hills campus of Wheaton College), 7/27-8/2. Featured teachers: Charlie Peacock, Lee Joiner, Kathleen Kasmer, Jake Armerding and Faye Seeman. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists, including teachers. Age or grade level: Grades 11-12, collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $795 with housing; $595 w/out housing. Credit available.

TENNESSE

University of Tennessee

John Brock, POE Director, University of Tennessee, School of Music, Knoxville, TN 37996; (865) 974-7539, fax: (865) 974-1941; johnbrock@utk.edu; www.music.utk.edu/ago

Pipe Organ Encounter, Knoxville, 6/15-6/21. Featured teachers: John Brock, Roberta Gary, Jeff McLelland, Florence Jowers and James Garvey. Type of participants: Organists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory, organ building, theater organ and workshops. Cost: $325 with housing. Program sponsored-by the American Guild of Organists, Knoxville Chapter.

TEXAS

American Guild of Organists Dallas Chapter

Cynthia Fruth, Director, American Guild of Organists, Dallas Chapter, 2622 Lakeforest Ct., Dallas, TX 75214; (214) 319-9812, fax: (214) 319-8051; music@CynthiaFruth.com; www.dallasago.org

Pipe Organ Encounter 2003, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 7/6-7/11. Featured teachers: Larry Palmer, Thomas Brown, Michael Snoddy and Dan Garland. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, history private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $325 with housing.

Baylor University

Baylor Summer Organ Institute, Waco, 6/9-6/15. Featured teacher: Joyce Jones. Type of participants: Organists and pianists wishing to learn to play the organ. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, workshops and concerts. No prior organ experience needed. Cost: $425 with housing; $275 w/out housing. Contact: Joyce Jones, Professor of Organ, Baylor University, School of Music, P.O. Box 97408, Waco, TX 76798-7408; (254) 710-1417, fax: (254) 710-1191; Joyce_Jones@baylor.edu

Pipe Organ Encounter for Adult, Waco, 7/7-7/12. Featured teacher: Joyce Jones. Type of participants: Organists and pianists wishing to learn to play the organ. Age or grade level: Adults. Emphasis: Accompanying, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, master classes and concerts. No prior organ experience needed. Cost: $325 with housing; $200 w/out housing. Contact: Joyce Jones, contact information above.

Summer Piano Institute--Piano Students, Grades 8-12, Waco, 6/15-6/21. Featured teachers: Jane Abbott-Kirk, Bradley Bolen, Thelma Cooper, Roger Keyes and Brian Marks. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level. Grades 8-12. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, theory and computer theory drill, master classes, lecture-demonstrations, keyboard skills classes, videos of famous artists, regular practice periods and recital series. Cost: $425 w/housing; $275 w/out housing. Contact: James B. Williams, Coordinator, address above; Music_School@baylor.edu; www.baylor.edu/~music.

Summer Piano Institute--Piano Teachers, Waco, 6/15-6/21. Featured teachers: Jane Abbott-Kirk, Bradley Bolen, Terry Lynn Hudson, Roger Keyes and Brian Marks. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Private lessons, pedagogy, theory, workshops, electronic and computer music and access to the O'Neal Library. Cost: $425 with housing; $275 w/out housing. Contact: James B. Williams, contact information above.

The International Festival-Institute at Round Top

Alain G. Declert, Program Director, The International Festival-Institute at Round Top, P.O. Box 89, Round Top, TX 78954-0089; (979) 249-3086, fax: (979) 249-3100; alaind@festivalhill.org; www.festivalhill.org/SummerInstitute

The International festival-Institute at Round Top, Round Top, 6/1-7/13. Featured teachers: Erick Friedman, Jesse Levine, James Dick, William verMeulen and Hakan Rosengren. Type of participants: String and wind instrumentalists, percussionists, pianists and harpists. Age or grade level: Professional and pre-professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and sophrology. Cost: $540 with housing.

Midwestern State University

Alan Black, Camp Director/Associate Director of Bands, Midwestern State University, Music Department, 3410 Taft Blvd., Wichita Falls, TX 76308; (940) 397-4583, fax: (940) 397-4511; alan.black@mwsu.edu; http://finearts.mwsu.edu/music

Summer Band Camp, Wichita Falls, 6/15-6/20. Featured teachers: MSU and area band directors. Type of participants: All band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles (four different bands), technique and repertoire. Cost: $100 w/out housing.

Southern Methodist University

National Piano Teachers Institute, Dallas, 7/7-7/10. Featured teachers: Seymour Bernstein, Melody Bober, Suzanne Guy, Phillip Keveren and Catherine Rollin. Type of participants: Piano teachers. Age or grade level: Teachers of all levels. Emphasis: History, improvisation, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $325 with housing; $175 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: David Director, NPTI, Southern Methodist University, Music Department, Meadows School of the Arts, P.O. Box 0356, Dallas, TX 75275-0356; (214) 768-3188 or toll-free: (800) 654-8898, fax: (972) 661-3278; dkarp@mail.smu.edu

Summer Music Educators Workshops, Dallas, Summer 2003. Featured teachers: Richard Layton, Jacque Schrader, Julie Scott, Warren Henry and Cynthia Lilley. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and early childhood. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, Orff Schulwerk, Dalcroze and early childhood. Credit available. Contact: Julie Scott, Coordinator, Music Educators Workshops, Southern Methodist University, Music Department, P.O. Box 750352, Dallas, TX 75275; (214) 768-3717, fax: (214) 768-1445; scottj@mail.smu.edu

Texas Conservatory for Young Artists (See advertisement on page 47.)

Sam Wong/David Grice, Co-Directors, Texas Conservatory for Young Artists, 4428 Boston Dr., Piano, TX 75093-5431; (972) 985-0392, fax: (972) 985-0392+ *1; tcya@flash.net; www.tcya.org

Texas Conservatory for Young Artists, Collin County Community College, Piano, 6/15-6/22. Featured teachers: Leon Fleisher, Veda Kaplinsky, Marc Durand, Paul Lewis and Gilles Vonsattel. Type of participants: Pianists, teachers, parents and student observers. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory, workshops, recitals, master classes and student performances with orchestra. Cost: Participants, $350 with housing; observers, $160 with housing.

Texas Tech University (See advertisement on page 59.)

Master of Music Education, Lubbock, 5/27-7/26. Featured teachers: Janice Killian, John Dickson, Garry Lewis and Cody Birdwell. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: History, jazz, private lessons, pedagogy, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $44 per credit hour plus fees. Credit available. Contact: Michael Stoune, Associate Director for Graduate Programs, Texas Tech University, School of Music, P.O. Box 42033, Lubbock, TX 79409-2033; (806) 742-2270, ext. 255, fax: (806) 742-2294; grad.music@ttu.edu; www.ttu.edu/~music

Texas Tech All State Choir Camp, Lubbock, 7/23-7/26. Featured teachers: John Dickson and Pamela Elrod. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, grades 9-12. Emphasis: Preparation for Texas all-state auditions and repertoire. Cost: Approximately $236 with housing; $115 w/out housing. Contact: Anna Whitlock Henry, Coordinator, address above; (806) 7.42-2225, fax: (806) 742-4193; anna.mw.henry@ttu.edu; www.ttu.edu/MusicCamps

Texas Tech Band/Orchestra Camp, Lubbock, 7/5-7/12. Featured teachers: Cody Birdwell, Keith Bearden and Bruce Wood. Type of participants: Wind, brass, percussion and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music, and marching auxiliaries. Cost: Approximately $475 with housing; $218 w/out housing. Contact: Anna Whitlock Henry, contact information above.

University of Houston

Immanuel, and Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival Houston, 6/1-6/28. Featured teachers: Franz Anton Krager, Vag Papian and Marek Pijarowski. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, jazz, private lessons, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $1,000 with housing. Contact: Alan Austin, Executive Director, Immanuel and Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival, University of Houston, Moores School of. Music, 120 School of Music Bldg., Houston, TX 77204-4017; (713) 743-3167, fax: (713) 743-3391; tmf@uh.edu; www.uh.edu/music/tmf.html

Texas Music Festival JAZZ INSTITUTE, Houston, 6/8-6/13. Featured teachers: Noe Marmolejo, Dennis Dotson, Mike Wheeler, David Caceres and Woody Witt. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, theory and workshops. Cost: $225 w/out housing. Contact: Noe Marmolego, Director, address above; (713) 743-3191; Noe@orpheus.music.uh.edu.

The University of North Texas

Julie Scott, Director, Center for Contemporary Studies in Music Education, University of North Texas, College of Music, Denton, TX 76203; (940) 369-8338; scottj@music.unt.edu Center for Contemporary Studies in Music Education, Denton, Summer 2003. Featured teachers: John Feierabend, Susan Brumfield, Julie Scott, Kathy Kuddes and Cynthia Nott. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Credit available.

The University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at Austin, Lynne Lange, Program Coordinator, Longhorn Music Camp, School of Music, 1 University Station E3100, Austin, TX 78712-0435; (512) 232-2080, fax: (512) 232-3907; lmc@www.utexas.edu; www.longhornmusiccamp.org

Longhorn All-State Choir Camp, Austin, 6115-6118. Featured teachers: James Morrow and Suzanne Pence. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, sight reading and popular music. Cost: $350 with housing; $200 w/out housing.

Longhorn High School Band Camp, Austin, 6/22-6/28. Featured teacher: Robert Camochan. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, private lessons and technique. Cost: $520 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Longhorn Honors Wind Ensemble Camp, Austin, 6/22-6/28. Featured teacher: Jerry Junkin. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists of the TMEA All-State ensembles. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, private lessons and theory. Cost: $225 with housing.

Longhorn Middle School Band Camp, Austin, 618-6114. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, private lessons and technique. Cost: $520 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Longhorn Middle School String Orchestra Camp, Austin, 6/15-6/21. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles and private lessons. Cost: $520 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

Longhorn Piano Performance Workshop, Austin, 7/13-7/24. Featured teachers: Danielle Martin and Nancy Burton Garrett. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, theory and workshops. Cost: $575 with housing; $275 w/out housing.

Longhorn Solo & Ensemble Harp Workshop, Austin, 6/8-6/14. Featured teacher: Delaine Fedson. Type of participants: Harpists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation and repertoire. Cost: $545 with housing; $375 w/out housing.

UTAH

Brigham Young University

BYU School of Music, BYU Conferences and Workshops, 352 Harman Bldg., Provo, UT 84602-1530; (801) 378-7692, fax: (801) 422-0745; young_musicians@byu.edu; http://musicprograms.byu.edu

Young Musicians' SummerFestival Provo, 6/15-6/21. Featured teachers: BYU School of Music faculty and guest instructors. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Ages 14-18. Emphasis: Ensembles, symphony, bands, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $480 with housing; $320 w/out housing.

VERMONT

The Adamant Music School (See advertisement on page 39.)

The Adamant Music School, 1241 Haggert Rd., Adamant, VT 05640; (802) 229-9297; admissions@adamant.org; www.adamant.org The Adamant Music School, Adamant, 7/12-8/9. Featured teachers: Rotating faculty pool of piano educators. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $1,750 with housing; $440 w/out housing.

Point CounterPoint

Paul Roby, Director, Point CounterPoint, P.O. Box 3181, Terre Haute, IN 47803; (812) 877-3745, fax: (812) 877-2174; pointcp@aol.com; www.pointcp.com

Point CounterPoint Chamber Music Camp, Lake Dunmore, 6/22-7/12 and 7/14-8/9. Featured teachers: Professional performers and teachers. Type of participants: Violin, viola and cello instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Ages 11-17. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, theory; and camp activities including waterskiing. Cost: $2,525 or $3,050 with housing, depending on the session.

WASHINGTON

Icicle Creek Music Center

Icicle Creek Music Center, P.O. Box 2071, Leavenworth WA 98826; (509) 548-6347 or (877) 265-6026; icicle@icicle.org; www.icicle.org

Icicle Creek Chamber Music Institute, Leavenworth, 7/6-7/27. Featured teachers: Camilla Wicks, Nathaniel Rosen, Francine Kay, Maria Newman and the Icicle Creek Piano Quartet. Type of participants: Violin, viola and cello instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through collegiate, minimum age 15. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and performance. Cost: $750 per week with housing.

Max Aronoff Viola Institute

Joyce A. Ramie, Director, Max Aronoff Viola Institute, 6302 54th Ave. Ct. W., Tacoma, WA 98467; (253) 474-6922; mavijramee@aol.com; www.viola.com/aronoff

13th Summer Music Festival, Seattle (Kenmore), 6/29-7/3. Featured teachers: Charles Noble, Nancy Roth, Richard Treat and John Scanlon. Type of participants: Viola, violin and cello instrumentalists, teachers and adult chamber musicians. Age or grade level: Secondary (viola age 14 and up, violin and cello age 18 and up) through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory, workshops and audition preparation. Cost: $580 with housing; $480 w/out housing.

WISCONSIN

Birch Creek Music Performance Center Patty Birnschein, Registrar, Birch Creek Music Performance Center, 3821 County E, P.O. Box 230, Egg Harbor, WI 54209-0230; (920) 868-3763, fax: (920) 868-1643; mainofficeObirchcreek.org; www.birchcreek.org

Resident Jazz Sessions, Egg Harbor, 7/21-8/2 and 8/4-8/16. Featured teachers: Jeff Campbell, Jim Warrick, Jim Stombres, Stephen Fulton and other professionals. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,050 with housing.

Resident Percussion and Steel Band Session, Egg Harbor, 7/7-7/19. Featured teachers: Robert Chappell, G. Allan O'Connor, Liam Teague and other professionals. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,050 with housing.

Resident Symphony Session, Egg Harbor, 6/23-7/5. Featured teachers: Ricardo Catstaneda, Brian Groner, Robert Hanford and other professionals. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,050 with housing.

Green Lake Festival of Music Maria Dietrich, Administrative Director, Green Lake Festival of Music, P.O. Box 569, Green Lake, WI 54941; (920) 748-9398; info@greenlakefestival.org; www.greenlakefestival.org

Amelia at Green Lake, Ripon College, 7/7-7/23. Featured teachers: Amelia Piano Trio. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate and graduate students. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, repertoire, sight reading and single players. Cost: $1,015 with housing; $500 w/out housing.

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Chelcy Bowles, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Liberal Studies and the Arts, 720 Lowell Center, 610 Langdon St., Madison, WI 53703; (608) 265-5629, fax: (608) 262-1694; cbowles@dcs.wisc.edu; www.dcs.wisc.edu/lsa/memf

Madison Early Music Festival Madison, 7/12-7/19. Featured teachers: The Newberry Consort, Piffaro and Musica Pacifica. Type of participants: All early music musicians, including teachers and conductors. Historical strings, winds, brass and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional, including amateurs. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, technique, repertoire, workshops, and large and small historical ensembles. Cost: $375 w/out housing. Credit available.

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

Lou Zahn, Director of Non-Credit Programs, UW-Whitewater, Continuing Education Services, Roseman 2005, Whitewater, WI 53190; (262) 472-3165, fax: (262) 472-5241; zahnl@uww.edu

Choir & Strings Camp, Whitewater, 6/15-6/20. Featured teachers: Harry Johanson and Carmen Wiest. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $295 with housing; $200 w/out housing.

Flute Camp, Whitewater, 6/22-6/27. Featured teacher: Robin Fellows. Type of participants: Flutists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $365 with housing; $275 w/out housing.

High School Band Camp, Whitewater, 7/20-7/25. Featured teacher: Glenn Hayes. Type of participants: All instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, high school. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and popular music. Cost: $335 with housing; $255 w/out housing.

Middle School Band Camp, Whitewater, 7/13-7/18. Featured teacher: Glenn Hayes. Type of participants: All instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, histor,3 improvisation, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $335 with housing; $255 w/out housing.

Piano Institute, Whitewater, 6/22-6/27. Featured teacher: Myung Hee Chung. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, theory and master classes. Cost: $445 with housing; $360 w/out housing.

Summer Jazz Camp, Whitewater, 7/27-8/1. Featured teacher: Steve Wiest. Type of participants: Instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, sight reading, theory, and electronic, and computer music. Cost: $410 with housing; $305 w/out housing.

INTERNATIONAL

AICE-Association of International Cultural Exchange

Michael Haring, General Secretary, AICE-Association of International Cultural Exchange, c/o Vienna Symphonic Orchestra, Lehargasse 11/II, A-1060 Vienna, Austria; +43-664-1800905, fax: +43-1-3175460; michael.haring@chello.at; www.austrianfestivals.at

International Youth and Music Festival and Competition, Vienna, Austria, 7/5. Featured teachers: Rainer Bischof, Walter Barylli, Lt. Col. George Evans OBE and Gerhard Track. Type of participants: Symphonic, chamber and string instrumentalists, vocalists and conductors. Age or grade level: Elementary through collegiate, under age 29. Emphasis: Ensembles and competitions. Cost: 55 [euro] per person w/out housing; housing available upon request.

Workshop with the Vienna Boys' Choir, Vienna, Austria, daily. Featured teachers: Gerald Wirth and the Vienna Boys' Choir. Type of Participant: Vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, private lessons, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: 6225 per person, w/out housing. Contact: Michael Hating, Managing Director, Haring KEG, Workshops, Gruenentorgasse 10/7, A-1090 Vienna, Austria; +43-664-1800905, fax: +43-1-3175460; michael.haring@chello.at

World Choral Festivals, Salzburg and Vienna, Austria, 6/26--6/29. Featured teacher: Gerhard Track. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, repertoire, and music from classic to modern, including popular music. Cost: 650 [euro] per person w/out housing. Contact: Michael Haring, Managing Director, Hating KEG, Organization of Events & Festivals, contact information below left.

The Banff Centre

Karen Harper, Music Registrar, The Banff Centre, P.O. Box 1020, Station 28, Banff, Alberta, Canada T1L 1H5; (403) 762-6180, fax: (403) 762-6345; arts_info@banffcentre.ca; www.banffcentre.ca/music

Summer Music & Sound Programs, Banff, 5/10-8/8. Featured teachers: Dave Douglas, Edgar Meyer, Julian Martin, Patrick Gallois and Edith Wiens. Type of participants: String, woodwind, keyboard and brass instrumentalists, vocalists and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate, professional, and emerging and mid-career artists. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, jazz, pedagogy; workshops, and audio recording and engineering. Cost: $1,000-$1,500 with housing; $500-$1,000 w/out housing.

Conservatory of Saint Malo (See advertisement on page 56.)

William Wellborn, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 1201 Ortega St., San Francisco, CA 94122; (415) 759-3400, ext. 3518, fax: (415) 759-3499, pianoleg@aol.com

Master Classes of Saint Malo, Conservatory of Saint Malo, Saint Malo, France, 7/14-7/27. Featured teachers: William Wellborn and Adam Wibrowski. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, performances and concerts. Cost: $1,100 with housing.

International Workshops

Tori Hintz, Manager, International Workshops, 187 Aqua View Dr., Cedarburg, WI 53012; (262) 377-7062, fax: (262) 377-7096; thintz@execpc.com; www.internationalworkshops.org

International Workshops, Biarritz, France, 7/2-7/15. Featured teachers: Nelita True, Marvin Blickenstaff, June Hinckley, Rodney Eichenberger and Fernando Laires. Type of participants: Teachers, performers and artists of strings, orchestral conducting, piano, general music and choral conducting. Age or grade level: All levels. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, conducting, chorus and orchestra. Cost: $1,995 with housing; $1,295 w/out housing.

Music Studies Abroad

William Krakauer, Music Studies Abroad, Academie International "Barbara Krakauer," 342 W. 85th St., #6C, New York, NY 10024; (212) 724-7933, fax: (212) 724-5991; WK@musicstudiesabroad.com; www.musicstudiesabroad.com

Acaddmie Internationale "Barbara Krakauer, "Vaison-la-Romaine, Provence, France, 7/25-8/15. Featured teachers: Marie Martinie-Myron, Marilyn Engle, Odile Bourin and Richard Myron. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional, including adult amateurs; ages 16-60+. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, pre-formed groups and four-hand piano teams, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire and master classes. Cost; $1,500 or Euros with housing.

New York University

Esther Lamneck, Director, NYU Music and Dance Program in Italy, NYU Steinhardt School, Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, 10003; (212) 998-5441, fax: (212) 995-4923; esther.lamneck@nyu.edu; www.education.nyu.edu/summerabroad

NYU Music and Dance Program in Italy, Pisa, 6/30-7/19. Featured teachers: Esther Lamneck and Douglas Dunn. Type of participants: Wind, brass and string instrumentalists, composers and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate (junior and senior undergraduates) through professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $768 per credit (six credits full time); housing is $20/day. Credit available.

Oakham International Summer School

P.O. Box 992, Waterbeach, Cambridge, UK CB5 9SQ; +44-1223-578153, fax: +44-1223-864124; oakham@laplaya.co.uk; www.oakham.org.uk (click OISS Choral)

Oakham International Summer School with Peter Phillips and The Tallis Scholars, Oakham, United Kingdom, 7/12-7/19. Featured teachers: Peter Phillips, Francis Steele, Deborah Roberts, Ghislaine Morgan and Patrick Craig. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Renaissance choral singing, ensembles, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $1,500 with housing.

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Chelcy Bowles, Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Liberal Studies and the Arts, 720 Lowell Center, 610 Langdon St., Madison, WI 53703; (608) 265-5629, fax: (608) 262-1694; cbowles@dcs.wisc.edu; www.dcs.wisc.edu/lsa/pmfdev/music.htm

Arts Study Abroad for Teachers, Rome, Italy, 6/15-6/29. Featured teacher: Chelcy Bowles. Type of participants: Instrumental and vocal teachers, conductors and interested individuals. Age or grade level: Educators of all grade levels. Emphasis: History and individualized study projects. Cost: $2,600 with housing and airfare. Credit available.

MULTIPLE

International Institute for Young Musicians (See advertisement on page 39.)

Scott McBride Smith, President and CEO, International Institute for Young Musicians, P.O. Box 16069, Irvine, CA 92623-6069; (949) 262-9385, fax: (949) 262-0541; scottsmith@iiym.com; www.iiym.com

Summer Music Academies, University of California, Santa Barbara, 8/11-8/29. Featured teachers: Emilio del Rosario, Mark Richman, Charles Asche, Karen Owen and Fung Ho. Type of participants: Pianists and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, music business and conducting. Cost: $2,300 with housing; $1,700 w/out housing.

Summer Music Academies, University of Kansas, Lawrence, 7/7-7/25. Featured teachers: Jack Winerock, Larry Graham, Alan Chow, and Elizabeth and Eugene Pridonoff. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary and collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, music business and conducting. Cost: $2,300 with housing; $1,700 w/out housing.

Vivace Productions, Inc.

Kristin Lynch, Program Coordinator, Vivace Productions, Inc., 882 S. Mar. lack St., Ste. 102, West Chester, PA 19382; (800) 264-1121, fax: (610) 431-1118; klynch@vivaceproductions.com; www.vivaceproductions.com

Vivace Leadership Training Workshop; see below for dates and locations. Featured teachers: Tim Lautzenheiser and John Villella. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists from bands, choirs and orchestras. Age or grade level: Secondary, high school. Emphasis: Workshops and leadership. Cost: $70 w/out housing for day-long workshops; $240 with housing and $210 w/out housing for two-day workshops in Greeley, CO, and West Chester, PA. Dates and locations: 6/24, Arcadiana High School, Lafayette, LA; 6/29, Benicia High School, Benicia, CA; 7/1, Timpview High School, Provo, UT; 7/11, Tallwood High School, Virginia Beach, VA; 7/12, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC; 7/17, Union High School, Tulsa, OK; 7/18, Overton High School, Memphis, TN; 7/19, Homewood High School, Homewood, AL; 7/22, Warren Central High School, Indianapolis, IN; 7/23, Ankeny High School, Ankeny, IA; 7/24, Sauk Rapids Rice High School, Sank Rapids, MN; 7/25, Washington High School, Sioux Falls, SD; 7/26-7/27, University of Northern Colorado-Greeley; Greeley, CO; 7/30-7/31, West Chester University, West Chester, PA.

The Voice Network

Axel Theimer, St. John's University, Department of Music, Collegeville, MN 56321; (320) 363-3374, fax: (320) 363-2975; atheimer@csbsju.edu; www.csbsju.edu/voicecare

Impact Course, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, 7/31-8/7. Featured teachers: John Cooksey, Alice Pryor, Liz Grefsheim, Leon Thurman and Axel Theimer. Type of participants: Vocalists, church musicians, choral singers, teachers and conductors. Age or grade level: Elementary, secondary and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: Approximately $750 with housing, including meals; $425 w/out housing. Credit available.

Impact Course, St. John's University; Collegeville, MN, 7/10-7/17. Featured teachers: John Cooksey, Liz Grefsheim, Leon Thurman, Babette Leightner and Axel Theimer. Type of participants: Vocalists, church musicians, choral singers, teachers and conductors. Age or grade level: Elementary, secondary and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, voice-science-based methods, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: Approximately $750 with housing, including meals; $425 w/out housing. Credit available.

Continuing Course, St. John's University, Collegeville, MN, 7/19-7/24. Featured teachers: Liz Grefsheim, Patricia Feit, Leon Thurman, Babette Leighmer and Axel Theimer. Type of participants: Vocalists, church musicians, choral singers, teachers and conductors. Impact course is a prerequisite, Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Technique, vocal pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and methods. Cost: Approximately $600 with housing, including meals; $365 w/out housing. Credit available.
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