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Directory of summer programs.

ARIZONA

Northern Arizona University

(See advertisement on page 69.)

Jill Douglas, Program Coordinator, NAU 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, Junior Camp, 6/15-6/22; Senior Camp, 6/23-7/6. Featured teachers: Bruce Rogers, Ronnie Wooten, Neil Casey, Pat Hoy and Edith Copley. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, sight reading, theory, popular music and musical theater. Cost: Varies. Credit available.

ARKANSAS

National Federation of Music Clubs

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

Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony Piano/String Camp, Eureka Springs, 7/21-7/28. Featured teachers: Leon Whitesell, Jim Waddelow, Tony Carrillo and Kevin Costley. Type of participants: Pianists and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music, String Extravaganza and Piano "Monster" Concert. Cost: $220 with housing.

CALIFORNIA

California State University, Sacramento

Mark Allen, Program Director, Community Music Division, CSU Sacramento, 6000 J St., Sacramento, CA 95819-6015; (916) 2T8-T991, fax: (916) 278-4009; mallen@csus.edu

Community Music Division, Sacramento, 6/1-9/1. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique and repertoire. Cost: $160-$250 for ten half-hour lessons.

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, 7/7-8/18. Featured teachers: Igor Gruppman, Doris Lederer, John Walz, Edith Orloff and Larry Livingston. Type of participants: String, wind, brass and percussion instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary through collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $825/week with housing; $625/week w/out housing.

Notre Dame de Namur University

Michael Schmitz, Chair, Music Department, Notre Dame de Namur University, 1500 Ralston Ave., Belmont, CA 94002; (650) 508-359T, fax: (650) 508-3T36; mschmitz@ndnu.edu; www.music.ndnu.edu/symc

Summer Music Camp, Belmont, 7/7-7/14. Featured teachers: Thomas LaRatta, Thomas Hansen, Michael Schmitz, Daniel Glover and Claudine Schwarz. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique and theory.

San Francisco Conservatory of Music

Laura R. Chrisp, Summer Programs Coordinator, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 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, 6/24-7/25. Featured teacher: Alexis Alrich. Type of participants: Young composers. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, private lessons, technique, theory, popular music and a concert of participants' newly composed pieces. Cost: $685 w/out housing.

Summer Music West Ensembles Program, San Francisco, 7/8-8/2 in two sessions. Featured teachers: Doris Fukawa and other SFCM Preparatory faculty members. Type of participants: Violin, viola, cello and wind instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory and concerts. Cost: $575-$725 w/out housing.

Summer Music West Instrumental Workshops, San Francisco, 7/22-8/2. Featured teachers: SFCM Preparatory and Outreach faculty. Type of participants: Flute, clarinet, violin, cello, trumpet, trombone, horn and percussion instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary; beginners. Emphasis: Technique, sight reading, theory and group lessons. Cost: $350 w/out housing.

San Francisco Early Music Society

Susan Hedges, Administrator, San Francisco Early Music Society, P.O. Box 10151, Berkeley, CA 94709; (510) 528-1725; info@sfems.org; www.sfems.org

Summer Workshops, Dominican University, San Rafael, 6/23-7/20. Featured teachers: Marion Verbruggen, Paul Flight, Michael Sand and Bruce Dickey. Type of participants: All instruments from the Medieval through baroque periods and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional, including amateurs of all levels. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost: $730 with double-occupancy housing; $330 w/out housing. Credit available.

Stanford Jazz Workshop

Jim Nadel, Director, Stanford Jazz Workshop, P.O. Box 20454, Stanford, CA 94309; (650) 736-0324, fax: (650) 856-4155; info@stanfordjazz.org; www.stanfordjazz.org

Jazz Camp, Stanford, 7/21-8/3. Featured teachers: Tootie Heath, Ndugu Chancier, Dena DeRose, Jim Cullum and Sheryl Bailey. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: 12-17. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, theory, workshops and performance. Cost: $1,200 with housing; $750 w/out housing.

Jazz Residency, Stanford, 8/3-8/10. Featured teachers: To be announced. Type of participants: jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Adults (all levels). Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, theory, workshops and performance. Cost: $1,300 with housing; $800 w/out housing.

COLORADO

Aspen Music School

W. Harold Laster, Dean, Aspen Music Festival and School, Student Services Department, 2 Music School Rd., Aspen, CO 81611; (970) 925-3254, fax: (970) 924-5708; school@aspenmusic.org; www.aspenmusicfestival.com

Aspen Music Festival and School, Aspen, 6/12-8/18. Featured teachers: Leon Fleisher, Emerson String Quartet, American String Quartet, Paul Kanto and Alan Harris. Type of participants: String, wind and brass instrumentalists, pianists, percussionists, guitarists, vocalists and conductors. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops, electronic and computer music, composition, conducting, vocal performance, opera and film scoring. Cost: $5,000 with housing; $2,250 w/out housing. Credit available.

The Colorado College

Paula Thomas, Summer Programs Coordinator, The Colorado College, Summer Music Festival, Summer Session, 14 E. Cache la Poudre, Colorado Springs, CO 80903; (719) 389-6098, fax: (719) 389-6955; festival@coloradocollege.edu; www.coloradocollege.edu/summersession/ musicfestival

The Colorado College 2002 Summer Music Festival, Colorado Springs, 6/19-7/9. Featured teachers: Susan Grace, Virginia Barron, Bion Tsang, William Wolfram, Jon Manasse and Stefan Hersh. Type of participants: String and wind instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and advanced students of music. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire and concerto readings with full orchestra. Cost: $1,500 with housing; $750 w/out housing.

Rocky Ridge Music Center (See advertisement on page 97.)

Sandie Anderson, Director of Student Activities, Rocky Ridge Music Center, 4600 Valley Rd., Ste. 312, Lincoln, NE 68510-4844; phone/fax: (402) 486-4363; rrmcoffice@aol.com; www.rockyridge.org

Junior Student Seminars, Estes Park, 7/24-8/4 and 8/7-8/18. Featured teachers: Barbara Kreader, Catherine Herbener, Philip Keveren, David Neely and William McMullen. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary, ages 10-14. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, theory, orchestra and choir. Cost: $985 with housing.

Young Artist Seminar, Estes Park, 6/16-7/22. Featured teachers: Elizabeth Grace, Catherine Herbener, David Abbott, Roy Malan and Elizabeth Anderson. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, theory and orchestra. Cost: $2,500 with housing.

CONNECTICUT

Wesleyan University

Nance 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, 6/23-7/27. Featured teachers: Gene Boost, Thomas Schuttenhelm, Laura Kane, Sarah Meneely-Kyder and James Martin. Type of participants: String, woodwind and brass instrumentalists, percussionists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops, electronic and computer music, and guest artist workshops and clinics. Cost: $3,700 with housing. Credit available.

FLORIDA

Florida State University

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

Double Bass Workshop, Tallahassee, 6/19-6/22. Featured teacher: Melanie Punter. Type of participants: Double (string) bass instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, technique, repertoire and master classes. Cost: Approximately $235 with housing; $170 w/out housing.

Double Reed Workshop, Tallahassee, 6/11-6/14. Featured teachers: Eric Ohlsson and Jeffrey Keesecker. Type of participants: Oboe and bassoon instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, technique, repertoire, reed making and master classes. Cost: Approximately $235 with housing; $170 w/out housing.

Honors Chamber Winds, Tallahassee, 6/23-7/6. Featured teacher: Carl Bjerregaard. Type of participants: Brass and woodwind instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire and theory. Audition required. Cost: Approximately $285 with housing; scholarship available.

Honors Choral Ensemble Camp, Tallahassee, 7/7-7/13. Featured teacher: Judy Bowers. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, technique, repertoire, choreography, sectionals and small ensembles. Cost: Approximately $315 with housing; $190 w/out housing.

Honors Piano Camp, Tallahassee, 6/23-7/6. Featured teachers: Karl Louwenaar, Leonidas Lipovetsky and Norma Mastrogiacomo. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire and master classes. Cost: $642.75 with housing; $360 w/out housing.

Honors Violin Workshop, Tallahassee, 6/17-6/22. Featured teacher: FSU professor and TSO concertmaster Karen Clarke. Type of participants: Violinists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire and master classes. Cost: Approximately $308 with housing; $210 w/out housing.

Honors Vocal Solo Camp, Tallahassee, 7/14-7/20. Featured teacher: FSU professor Roy Delp. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: Approximately $325 with housing; $200 w/out housing.

Junior High Concert Band Camp, Tallahassee, 7/14-7/20. Featured teachers: Visiting conductors to be announced. Type of participants: Wind, brass and percussion instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire and theory. Cost: Approximately $315 with housing; $190 w/out housing.

Marching Band Leadership Camp, Tallahassee, 7/7-7/12. Featured teacher: Jim Bruce. Type of participants: Drum majors. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, technique, and conducting styles and technique. Cost: Approximately $300 with housing; $190 w/out housing.

String Orchestra Camp, Tallahassee, 6/23-7/6. Featured teachers: FSU professor Michael Allen, plus guest conductors to be announced. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory and master classes. Cost: Approximately $650 with housing; $370 w/out housing.

Symphonic Band Camp, Tallahassee, 6/23-7/6. Featured teachers: FSU professors James Croft and Patrick Dunnigan, plus guest conductors to be announced. Type of participants: Wind, brass and percussion instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory and master classes. Cost: Approximately $650 with housing; $370 w/out housing.

Tuba and Euphonium Workshop, Tallahassee, 6/19-6/22. Featured teacher: FSU professor Paul Ebbers. Type of participants: Tuba and euphonium instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique, repertoire and master classes. Cost: Approximately $235 with housing; $170 w/out housing.

GEORGIA

Brenau University

Terry Robinson, Registrar, Firespark!, 1 Centennial Cir., Gainesville, GA 30501; (770) 534-6741, fax: (770) 534-6742; firespark@lib.brenau.edu; www.firespark.org

Firespark! School for Gifted Students in the Arts, Gainesville, 7/22-8/3. Type of participants: Pianists, guitarists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, theory, popular music, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $969 with housing; $699 w/out housing.

Wesleyan College

Joy Barnum, Executive Assistant, Wesleyan College, MidSummer Macon, 4760 Forsyth Rd., Macon, GA 31210-4462; (478) 757-5174, fax: (478) 757-5268; jbarnum@wesleyancollege.edu

MidSummer Macon, Macon, 6/16-6/29. Featured teachers: Edward Eikner, Nancy Dyes and Giuseppe Lupis. Type of participants: Pianists, organists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Ages 14 and up. Emphasis: Soloists, history, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $475-$775 with housing; $295-$450 w/out housing.

ILLINOIS

DePaul University

Tim Mazurek, College Office Assistant, DePaul University, School of Music, 804 W. Belden Ave., Chicago, IL 60614; (773) 325-4358, fax: (773) 325-7264; tmazurek@depaul.edu; http://music.depaul.edu

Introduction to Orff-Schulwerk, Chicago, 7/15-7/19. Featured teachers: Pat Hamill and Marion O'Connell. Type of participants: Teachers. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy and repertoire. Cost: To be announced. Credit available.

Eastern Illinois University

W. David Hobbs, Piano Camp Coordinator, Eastern Illinois University, Music Department, 600 Lincoln Ave., Charleston, IL 61920; (217) 581-3010, fax: (217) 581-7137; cfwdh@eiu.edu; www.eiu.edu/~music

Eastern Piano Camp, Charleston, 7/14-7/20; 7/21-7/27. Featured teachers: W. David Hobbs and George Sanders. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, piano ensembles, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $340 with housing; $225 w/out housing.

Northern Illinois University

Deborah Booth, Director, VPA External Programs, Northern Illinois University, College of Visual and Performing Arts, DeKalb, IL 60115; (815) 753-1450, fax: (815) 753-8372; dbooth@niu.edu; www.vpa.niu.edu

NIU Jazz Camp, DeKalb, 7/21-7/26. Featured teachers: Joey Sellers, Robert Chappell and Art Davis. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, graduates for grades 8-12. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $415 with housing.

Steans Institute for Young Artists at the Ravinia Festival

400 Iris Ln., Highland Park, IL 60035; (847) 266-5423, fax: (847) 266-5063; siya@mail.ravinia.org; www.ravinia.org/steans

Program for Piano and Strings, Highland Park, 6/15. Featured teachers: Miriam Fried, Timothy Eddy, Atar Arad, Leon Fleisher and Gary Hoffman. Type of participants: Pianists and string instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons and performance.

Program for Singers, Highland Park, 7/28. Featured teachers: Margo Garrett, Hakan Hagegard, Martin Katz, Malcolm Martineau and Benita Valente. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons and performance.

Western Illinois University

Jon Dugle, Director of Bands/Summer Music Camp, Western Illinois University, Music Department, 1 University Cir., Macomb, IL 61455; (309) 298-1505, fax: (309) 298-1499; J-Dugle@wiu.edu or SM-Camp@wiu.edu; www.wiu.edu/musiccamp

Summer Music Camp, Macomb, 6/6-6/29. Featured teachers: WIU's renowned faculty and other guest clinicians. Type of participants: Wind and string instrumentalists, percussionists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and master classes. Cost: $215-$400 with housing; $175-$300 w/out housing.

INDIANA

Goshen College

Beverly Lapp, Associate Professor of Music, Goshen College, Music Department, 1700 S. Main St., Goshen, IN 46526; (219) 535-7364, fax: (219) 535-7609; beverlykl@goshen.edu; www.goshen.edu/music/pianoworkshop

Piano Workshop, Goshen, 6/17-6/20. Featured teachers: Ena Bronstein Barton, Dennis Alexander, Pallavi Mahidhara, Beverly Lapp and Matthew Hill. Type of participants: High school students and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary and professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, history, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and master classes. Cost: $360 with housing; $185 w/out housing.

Indiana University (See advertisement on page 57.)

Stephen Pratt, Director, IU Summer Music Clinic, Merrill Hall-School of Music, Bloomington, IN 47405; (812) 855-1372, fax: (812) 856-4207; iubands@indiana.edu; www.indiana.edu/~bands/clinic.htm

IU Summer Music Clinic for High School Students, Bloomington, 6/9-6/15. Featured teachers: IU conducting faculty plus specialists on every instrument and voice part. Type of participants: String, brass woodwind and percussion instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary; grades 9-12. Emphasis: Large ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, theory and leadership skills. Cost: $375 with housing.

IOWA

Luther College

Tracy Hjelle, Dorian Coordinator, Luther College, Music Department, 700 College Dr., Decorah, IA 52101; (563) 387-1389, fax: (563) 387-1076; hjelletr@luther.edu; http://music.luther.edu/dorian/ summcamp.htm

Dorian Summer Music Camps, Decorah, 6/9-6/22. Featured teachers: Weston Noble, Timothy Peter, Juan Tony Guzman, Daniel Baldwin and Frederick Nyline. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, history, jazz, private lessons, technique, theory, workshops, electronic and computer music, organ, piano, guitar and music theatre. Cost: $290 with housing.

Simpson College

Maria DiPalma, Orpheus Festival Co-director, Simpson College, Music Department, 701 N. C St., Indianola, IA 50125; (515) 961-1637, fax: (515) 961-1498; dipalma@storm.simpson.edu; www.simpson.edu/academics/ departments/music/orpheusc.html

Orpheus Festival for High School Musicians, Indianola, 7/14-7/21. Featured teacher: Robert L. Larsen. Type of participants: Wind, percussion, keyboard and guitar instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, choral and wind ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory and musical comedy/opera. Cost: $495 with housing; $350 w/out housing.

KANSAS

Fort Hays State University

Robert H. Brown, Camp Director, High Plains Band Camp, Fort Hays State University, Music Department, 600 Park St., Hays, KS 67601; (785) 628-4226, fax: (785) 628-4227; brown1@ruraltel.net; www.fhsu.edu/bandcamp

High Plains Band Camp, Hays, 7/28-8/3. Featured teachers: Dennis Fisher, John Climer, Robert E. Lee II, James Phillips and Joyce Phillips. Type of participants: Band instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $325 with housing; $175 w/out housing.

University of Kansas

David Bushouse, Director, Midwestern Music Camp, University of Kansas, Music and Dance Department, 452 Murphy, 1530 Naismith Dr., Lawrence, KS 66045-3120; (785) 864-4730, fax: (785) 864-5023; musicamp@ukans.edu; www.ukans.edu/~mad/summer/mwmcamp

KU Jazz Workshop, Lawrence, 7/7-7/12. Featured teachers: Dan Gailey and Gary Versace. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists and teachers, including pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $395 with housing; $275 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: Dan Gailey, Jazz Workshop Director, dgailey@ukans.edu.

Midwestern Music Camp, Junior Division, Lawrence, 6/9-6/15. Featured teachers: Jack Winerock and Richard Reber. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $385 with housing; $205 w/out housing.

Midwestern Music Camp, Senior Division, Lawrence, 6/16-6/29. Featured teachers: Arnald Gabriel and David Holsinger. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, repertoire, sight reading, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $745 with housing; $400 w/out housing.

Midwestern Piano Academy, Lawrence, 6/16-6/29. Featured teachers: Jack Winerock, Richard Reber and Robert Koenig. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $745 with housing; $400 w/out housing.

KENTUCKY

Northern Kentucky University

Toni Sheffer, Director, Northern Kentucky University, Music and Music Prepatory Department, Nunn Dr., Highland Heights, KY 4109-1005; (859) 572-7737; Sheffer@nku.edu; http://music.nku.edu/ summer_piano_institute.html

Summer Piano Institute, Highland Heights, 7/29-8/2. Featured teachers: Sergei Polusmiak, Therese Dussaut, Jay Flippin, Martha Folts and Diana Belland. Type of participants: Pianists, harpsichordists and organists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional, ages 9--adult. Emphasis: Soloists, improvisation, jazz, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, theory, small group lessons and piano duets. Cost: $200 with housing.

University of Kentucky

Cecilia Wang, Program Director, Orff Schulwerk Teacher Training, University of Kentucky, Music Department, 105 Fine Arts Bldg., Lexington, KY 40506-0022; (859) 257-4900, fax: (859) 257-9576; cecilia@uky.edu; www.uky.edu/~cecilia/Orff

Orff Schulwerk Teacher Training Levels 1-2, Curriculum Development, Orff in the Church and Early Childhood, Singletary Center for the Arts, 6/17-6/28. Featured teachers: Cindy Hall, Jay Broeker, Brian Burnett, Arvida Steen and Brian Crisp. Type of participants: Elementary-level teachers, educators and IMTs. Emphasis: Pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $100-$325; housing $20/day. Credit available.

LOUISIANA

Loyola University New Orleans

John A. Mahoney, Coordinator of Jazz Studies, Loyola University New Orleans, College of Music, 6363 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118; (504) 865-2165, fax: (504) 865-2852; mahoney@loyno.edu

Loyola Summer Jazz Band Camp, New Orleans, 6/9-6/15. Featured teachers: Tony Dagradi, John Vidacovich and Michael Pellera. Type of participants: Saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, guitar, bass and drum instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensemble, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, theory, workshops, big bands and combos. Cost: $350 with housing; $150 w/out housing.

MAINE

Bates College

Clorinda Noyes, Director, Office of Summer Programs, Bates College, 163 Wood St., Lewiston, ME 04102; (207) 786-6077; ClorindaN@aol.com

New England Suzuki Institute, Lewiston, 6/30-7/5. Featured teachers: Monica VanderBaan, Donna Nordstrom, Gabe Bolkosky, Joanne Henderson, Pamela Reit and Sera Jane Smolen. Type of participants: Suzuki violin and cello instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Suzuki instruction, chamber music, improvisation, private lessons, repertoire and theory. Cost: $250.

Camp Cedar

Karen Prince, Director, Camp Cedar, 1758 Beacon St., Brookline, MA 02445; (888) 844-8080, fax: (617) 277-1488; campcedar@aol.com; www.campcedar.com

Camp Cedar, Casco, 6/21-8/16. Type of participants: Campers. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: private lessons, repertoire, popular music, shows and special events.

Camp Encore-Coda

James Saltman, Director, Camp Encore-Coda, 32 Grassmere Rd., Brookline, MA 02467; (617) 325-1541, fax: (617) 325-1127; jamie@encore-coda.com; www.encore-coda.com

Camp Encore-Coda, Sweden, 6/26-8/14. Featured teachers: See staff list at www.encore-coda.com. Type of participants: All band and orchestral instrumentalists, vocalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Solo, ensemble, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops, theory and popular music. Cost: $3,250 with housing.

University of Southern Maine

Norma Charette, Program Coordinator, University of Southern Maine, Summer Session and Music Department, 37 College Ave., Gorham, ME 04038; (207) 780-5617, fax: (207) 780-5517; summer@usm.maine.edu; www.usm.maine.edu/summer/you.htm

Choral Institute, Gorham, 7/28-8/3. Featured teachers: Robert Russell, Darrell Morrow, Jaye Churchill, Betsey DeGroff and Chris Peterson. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique and popular music. Cost: $460 with housing; $370 w/out housing.

Southern Maine Junior Music Academy, Gorham, 7/14-7/20. Featured teachers: George Shabo, David Miller, K. Barry Saunders, John Morneau and David Hoagland. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Junior high. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, jazz, pedagogy. Cost: $465 with housing; $375 w/out housing.

Southern Maine Music Academy, Gorham, 7/6-7/14. Featured teachers: Peter Martin, John Boden, Chris Oberholtzer, Bill Street and Alan Kaschub. Type of participants: Woodwind and brass instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, jazz, private lessons and theory. Cost: $565 with housing; $475 w/out housing.

String Academy, Gorham, 8/4-8/9. Featured teachers: Anne Wilkinson, Steve Muise, Gary Hodges, E. Scott Harris, Judy Barrett and Margaret Hopkins. Type of participants: String instrumentalists, music educators and independent music teachers. Age or grade level: Ages 10-18. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons and theory. Cost: $440 with housing; $375 w/out housing.

Youth Band Day Camp, Gorham, 6/24-6/28. Featured teachers: Dawn Boden, David Miller, Larry Jackson, John Morneau and Kay Hamlin. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying and chamber music. Cost: $210.

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, 6/25-8/15. Featured teachers: Laura Goldberg, Lynn Eustis, Lynette Stolting, Karla Ordenez and Helen Park. Type of participants: Flute and string instrumentalists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Girls grades 4-11. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, and orchestra and opera workshops. Cost: $7,400 with housing. Credit available.

The Boston Conservatory (See advertisements on pages 10 and 71.)

Claudia Castro, Coordinator of Summer Programs, The Boston Conservatory, 8 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02215; (617) 912-9166; summerchoral@bostonconservatory.edu or summerpiano@bostonconservatory.edu; www.bostonconservatory.edu

Summer Choral Program 2002, Boston, 7/14-7/20. Featured teacher: Bill Cutter. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary through collegiate, ages 15 and above. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and master classes. Cost: $980 with housing; $580 w/out housing.

Summer Piano 2002, Boston, 6/27-7/13. Featured teachers: Seymour Bernstein, Max Levinson, Michael Lewin, Jonathan Bass and Jung-Ja Kim. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, chamber music, technique, repertoire and master classes. Cost: $2,110 with housing; $1,570 w/out housing. Credit available.

Harvard University

Elizabeth Hewitt, Director, Secondary School Program, Harvard University, 51 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138; (617) 495-3192, fax: (617) 495-9176; hewitt@hudce.harvard.edu; www.ssp.harvard.edu

Secondary School Program, Cambridge, 6/22-8/16. Featured teachers: Harvard teachers and guest professors. Type of participants: Rising seniors. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: History and jazz. Cost: $6,900 with housing; $1,580 w/out housing. Credit available.

The Longy School of Music

Sarah Oehmcke, Director of Continuing Studies, The Longy School of Music, 1 Follen St., Cambridge, MA 02138; (617) 876-0956, fax: (617) 876-9326; soehmcke@longy.edu; www.longy.edu

Piano Pedagogy Institute, Cambridge, 6/23, 6/24 and 6/26-6/28. Featured teacher: Faina Bryanskaya. Type of participants: Piano teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Music education, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $235 w/out housing.

Summer Dalcroze Eurhythmics Institute, Cambridge, 7/1-7/19. Featured teachers: Lisa Parker, Ted Rosenberger, Ruth Alperson and Anne Farber. Type of participants: Instrumental and vocal teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Music education, improvisation, technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $475 for one week w/out housing, no credit; $975 for three weeks w/out housing, no credit; $1,350 for three weeks w/out housing and three credits.

Williams College (See advertisement on page 71.)

Enid Stettner, Director, Taubman Institute & International Piano Festival, 245 Rte. 351, Medusa, NY 12120; (800) 826-3720, fax: (518) 239-6822; es@taubman-institute.com; www.taubman-institute.com

Taubman Institute & International Piano Festival at Williams, Williamstown, 7/7-7/20. Featured teachers: Dorothy Taubman, Edna Golandsky, John Bloomfield, Robert Durso and Nina Scolnik. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional, including teachers. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $1,875 with housing; $1,050 w/out housing. Credit available.

MICHIGAN

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, 6/16-8/12. Featured teachers: Members of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz, Mark Votapek, Nancy Stagnitta and Daniel Silver. Type of participants: String, wind and brass instrumentalists, percussionists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, creative writing, dance, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, theatre, theory, visual arts, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $4,759 with housing.

Western Michigan University

Carl Doubleday, SEMINAR Director, Western Michigan University, School of Music, 1903 W. Michigan Ave., Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5434; (616) 387-4681, fax: (616) 387-1113; carl.doubleday@wmich.edu; www.wmich.edu/music

SEMINAR 2002, Kalamazoo, 7/7-7/20. Featured teachers: Robert Spradling Richard Piippo, Joe Miller, Kim Bakkum and Dorothy Vogel. Type of participants: Woodwind, brass, percussion and string instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, grades 9-12. Emphasis: Full and medium ensembles, chamber music, history, jazz, private lessons and theory. Cost: Approximately $750 with housing; $625 w/out housing.

MINNESOTA

Northwestern College

Richard Lange, Coordinator of Keyboard Studies, Northwestern College, Music Department, 3003 Snelling Ave. N., St. Paul, MN 55113; (651) 631-5242; ral@nwc.edu

Northwestern Summer Piano Institute, St. Paul, 7/8-7/13 and 7/25-8/3. Featured teachers: Richard Lange, Charles Kemper, Paul Wirth, Leonard Danek and Barbara Rogers. Type of participants: Pianists and composers. Age or grade level: Secondary, ages 12-18. Emphasis: Soloists, duets, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $275 and $460 with housing; $180 and $300 w/out housing.

St. John's University

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

The VoiceCare Network--21st Annual Impact Course: Lifespan Voice Education in the Real World, Collegeville, 7/11-7/18 and 7/20-7/27. Featured teachers: Leon Thurman, John Cooksey, Elizabeth Grefsheim, Alice Pryor, George Pryor and Axel Theimer. Type of participants: vocalists, church musicians, teachers and conductors. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, voice education, choral conducting, educational psychology and creative learning/teaching. Cost: $811 with housing; $549 w/out housing. Graduate credit available.

MISSOURI

Scott Joplin International Ragtime Foundation

Debbie Willard, Administrator of Foundation, Scott Joplin International Ragtime Foundation, 321 S. Ohio, Sedalia, MO 65301; ragtimer@scottjoplin.org; www.scottjoplin.org

Scott Joplin International Ragtime Festival, Sedalia, 6/5-6/9. Featured teachers: World-famous ragtime piano players and orchestras. Type of participants: Instrumentalists; all ragtime lovers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: History and private lessons.

Southeast Missouri State University

Barry W. Bernhardt, Director, Southeast Missouri State University, Music Department, 108 Brandt Music Hall/MS 7800, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701; (573) 651-2335, fax: (573) 651-2431; bbernhardt@semo.edu; www5.semo.edu/music

Southeast Summer Music Camps, Cape Girardeau, 7/9-7/13 and 7/16-7/20. Type of participants: Band and orchestral instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, jazz, private lessons and theory. Cost: $250 with housing.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Plymouth State College

Carleen Graft, Director of Monster Festivals, Plymouth State College, Music Department, MSC #37, Plymouth, NH 03264; (603) 535-2313; carleeng@plymouth.edu; www.plymouth.edu/psc/music/pianonews

Junior Piano Monster Festivals, Plymouth, 6/23-6/26. Featured teachers: Robert and Karen Vandall. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 5-8. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music, digital keyboard ensembles, percussion and hand bell ensembles, and master classes. Cost: To be announced.

Piano Monster Festivals Teacher Seminar, Plymouth, 6/25-6/26. Featured teachers: Robert and Karen Vandall. Type of participants: Piano teachers. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, special topics, and electronic and computer music. Cost: To be announced. Credit available.

Senior Piano Monster Festival, Plymouth, 6/27-6/30. Featured teachers: Robert and Karen Vandall. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Grades 8-12. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music, digital keyboard ensembles, hand bell choirs, and organ, guitar, conducting and vocal ensembles. Cost: To be announced.

University of New Hampshire

Alexis Zaricki, Department Secretary, University of New Hampshire, Music Department, 30 College Rd., Durham, NH 03824; (603) 862-2404, fax: (603) 862-3155; azaricki@cisunix.unh.edu; www.unh.edu/music

JR. SYMS (Summer Youth Music School), Durham, 7/14-7/19. Type of participants: Band, orchestral and jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, grades 7-8. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and theory. Cost: $350 with housing; $250 W/out housing.

SR. SYMS (Summer Youth Music School), Durham, 7/22-8/3. Type of participants: Band, orchestral and jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, grades 9-12. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $700 with housing; $500 w/out housing

The Walden School

Pamela Quist, Workshop 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

Developing Creative Expression: The Walden School Musicianship Course, a Workshop for Music Educators, Dublin, 6/21-6/24. Featured teachers: Patricia Plude, Leo Wanenchak, Carol Prochazka, Tom Lopez. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional. Emphasis: Pedagogy, theory, electronic and computer music, and teaching improvisation and composition through The Walden School Musicianship Course. Cost: $480 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: (800) 394-6513; appelcamp@aol.com; www.appelfarm.org/camp

Summer Camp at Appel Farm, Elmer, 6/23-8/17. Featured teachers: Seventy American and international instructors. Type of participants: Instrumental and vocal conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops, rock music, and electronic and computer music. Cost: Paid position.

Center for Music and Young Children

Rosemary Hurley, National Workshops Coordinator, Center for Music and Young Children, Teacher Training Department, 66 Witherspoon St., Princeton, NJ 08542; (800) 728-2692, ext. 15, fax: (609) 924-8457; rosemary@musictogether.com; www.musictogether.com

Music Together Teacher Training, Princeton, 6/28-6/30 and 8/21-8/24. Featured teachers: Kenneth Guilmartin and Lili Levinowitz. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Early childhood. Emphasis: Technique, theory and workshops. Cost: $325 w/out housing. Credit available.

Westminster Choir College of Ryder University

Scott Hoerl, Director of Continuing Education, Westminster Choir College, 101 Walnut Ln., Princeton, NJ 08540; (609) 924-7416, fax: (609) 252-0477; woce@rider.edu; http://westminster.rider.edu

Summer Session 2002, Princeton, 6/24-8/2. Featured teachers: Joseph Flummerfelt, James Jordan, Andrew Megill, Carol Brown and Kathy Ebling-Thorne. Type of participants: Vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: Accompanying, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $750 with housing; $450 w/out housing. Credit available.

NEW YORK

Bard College

Heidi Simmons, Administrative Coordinator, Bard College, MFA Office, Blithewood Gate House, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504; (845) 758-7481, fax: (845) 758-7507; hsimmons@bard.edu; www.bard.edu/mfa

Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Annandale-on-Hudson, June and July. Featured teachers: Richard Teitelbaum, George Lewis and Pauline Oliverios. Type of participants: Conductors and individuals seeking an MFA degree. Age or grade level: Collegiate and graduate students. Emphasis: Improvisation, technique, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $6,858 and $7,858 with housing. Credit available.

Eastman School of Music (See advertisement on page 59.)

Ruth Cahn, Summer Session Director, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604; (585) 274-1400, fax: (585) 274-1005; esm-ced@mail.rochester.edu; www.rochester.edu/eastman/summer

Continuo Playing for Keyboardists, Rochester, 7/5-7/9. Featured teacher: Arthur Haas. Type of participants: Harpsichord teachers and performers and pianists wanting to learn. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, improvisation, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $395 non-credit; $790 one credit. Housing $60/day.

Music Horizons, Rochester, 6/23-7/13. Featured teachers: Ruth Cahn, Director, with Community Education Division faculty. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Grades 10-12. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, world music, chorus, and piano and voice class. Cost: $2,375 with housing; $1,250 w/out housing.

Piano Festival: Piano Seminar for Students, Rochester, 7/27-8/2. Featured teachers: Douglas Humpherys, director, with guest faculty and Eastman School of Music faculty. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Ages 14-19. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and master classes. Cost: $875 with housing; $500 w/out housing. Contact: Douglas Humpherys, Director, Piano/Community Education Division, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604; (585) 274-1521, fax: (585) 274-1005; dHumpherys@aol.com.

Piano Festival: Piano Seminar for Teachers, Rochester, 7/22-7/27. Featured teachers: Douglas Humpherys, Director, with guest faculty and Eastman School of Music faculty. Type of participants: Piano teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $610 with housing; $250 w/out housing. Contact: Douglas Humpherys, Director, Piano/Community Education Division, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604; (585) 274-1521, fax: (585) 274-1005; dHumpherys@aol.com.

Summer Piano Festival: Young Artists International Piano Competition, Rochester, 7/19-7/27. Featured teacher: Douglas Humpherys, director. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Age 14, but not reached age 19 by 7/24/02. Emphasis: Soloists and competition. Cost: $580 with housing; $80 w/out housing. Contact: Douglas Humpherys, Director, Piano/Community Education Division, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604; (585) 274-1520, fax: (585) 274-1005; dHumpherys@aol.com.

Hartwick College (See advertisement on page 69.)

Theresa Lawlor, Associate Director, Hartwick College Summer Music Festival, 1 Hartwick Dr., Oneonta, NY 13820; (607) 431-4801, fax: (607) 431-4813; musicfestival@hartwick.edu; www.hartwick.edu

Hartwick College Summer Music Festival & Institute, Oneonta, 6/29-8/11. Featured teachers: Fed Mills, Robert Cafaro, Mary Ann Mumm, Craig Mumm and Erex Ofer. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary through collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $1,400-$3,850 with housing; $535-$1,450 w/out housing. Credit available.

Luzerne Music Center (See advertisement above.)

Toby and Bert Phillips, Executive Directors, Luzerne Music Center, 7648 Ponte Verde Way, Naples, FL 34109; (800) 874-3202; info@luzernemusic.org; www.luzernemusic.org

Luzerne Music Center Music Festival Luzerne, 6/23-8/18. Featured teachers: Bert and Toby Phillips, Philadelphia Orchestra members, and Charles and Kirstin Peltz. Type of participants: Orchestral and jazz instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and orchestra rehearsals. Cost: $2,175 for four weeks with 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: (212) 662-2916; musicfarm@mindspring.com; www.magicmountainmusic.org

Practice Marathon Retreats, Morris, Retreat #1, 5/23-6/7; Retreat #2, 7/2-7/17; Retreats #3 and #4, 7/27-9/2. Featured teacher: Burton Kaplan. Type of participants: Violin, viola, cello and woodwind instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional teachers, performers and orchestra players. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $675 for eight days with housing; $2,900 all-inclusive for Retreats #3 and #4.

Mannes College of Music

Irene Sharp, Director, Irene Sharp Cello Seminar, Mannes College, Extension Department, 150 W. 85th St., New York, NY 10024; (in California) (650) 493-1545, fax: (650) 858-2075; isharp@pacbell.net; http://home.pacbell.net/gszent

Irene Sharp Cello Seminar, New York City, 6/17-6/21. Featured teacher: Irene Sharp. Type of participants: Student, professional and amateur cellists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and master classes. Cost: $550. Credit available.

Mannes College of Music (See advertisement on page 65.)

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.mannes.edu/IKI

International Keyboard Institute & Festival New York City, 7/14-7/28. Featured teachers: Jerome Rose, Arnaldo Cohen, John O'Connor and Idil Biret. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Age 16 through post-conservatory. Emphasis: Master classes, lectures, concerts and artist recognition awards. Cost: Approximately $1,400 with housing; $800 w/out housing. Credit available.

Purchase College State University of New York

Stephanie Nieves, Director of Youth Programs, Purchase College/SUNY, Continuing Education/Conservatory of Music, 735 Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase, NY 10577; (914) 251-6508, fax: (914) 251-6515; conted@purchase.edu; www.purchase.edu/ce

Purchase Summer Jazz Institute, Purchase, 7/14-7/19. Featured teachers: Todd Coolman, Ralph Lalama, Doug Munro, John Riley and Michael Phillip Mossman. Type of participants: Jazz instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, jazz, technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $895 with housing.

NORTH CAROLINA

Appalachian State University

Steve Hopkins, Director, Cannon Music Camp, Appalachian State University, School of Music, 813 Rivers St., Boone, NC 28608; phone/fax: (828) 262-4091; coffeykp@appstate.edu; www.cannon.appstate.edu

Cannon Music Camp, Boone, 6/22-7/20. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, sight reading and theory. Cost: $1,250 with housing.

Eastern Music Festival and School

Melissa M. Edwards, Director of Admissions, Eastern Music Festival and School, Admissions Office, P.O. Box 22026, Greensboro, NC 27420; (336) 333-7450, ext. 27, fax: (336) 333-7454; emfadmis@bellsouth.net; www.easternmusicfestival.com

Eastern Music Festival and School Greensboro, 7/29-8/3. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through collegiate. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops and master classes. Cost: $3,500 with housing.

Methodist College

Joy Cogswell, Director, MusiCamp 2002, Methodist College, Music Department, 5400 Ramsey St., Fayetteville, NC 28311; (910) 630-7103, fax: (910) 630-7513; cogswell@methodist.edu; www.methodist.edu/music/musicamp.htm

Methodist College MusiCamp 2002, Fayetteville, 7/15-7/20. Featured teachers: Randall Atcheson, William Grimes, Donna Stephenson, Bert Owen and Betty N. Parsons. Type of participants: Pianists, vocalists, and string and band instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, show choir, orchestra and chorus. Cost: $315 with housing.

Piano Wellness Seminar (See advertisement on page 18.)

Sheila Paige, Executive Director, Piano Wellness Seminar, 68 Crooked Ln., Cherry Hill, NJ 088034; (800) 864-7507, fax: (856) 414-1995; PianoWellness@aol.com; www.sheilapaige.com

Piano Wellness Seminar, Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, 7/26-8/3. Featured teachers: Sheila Paige, Robert Roux and Michael Gurt. Type of participants: Pianists and piano teachers. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, workshops, performance, T'ai Chi, Alexander Technique, developmental fitness, body mapping, meditation and massage therapy. Cost: $899 with housing; $600 w/out housing.

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (See advertisement on page 73.)

John Salmon, Director, Focus on Piano Literature, School of Music, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, P.O. Box 26167, Greensboro, NC 27402-6167; (336) 334-5431; jcsalmon@uncg.edu; www.uncg.edu/mus

12th Annual Focus on Piano Literature: Beethoven, Greensboro, 6/6-6/8. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional. Emphasis: Music education, chamber music, history, pedagogy and repertoire.

Warren Wilson College

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.org

The Swannanoa Gathering, Asheville, 7/7-7/13, Celtic Week; 7/14-7/20, Dulcimer and Sing, Swing and String Week; 7/21-7/27, Old Time Music Week; 7/28-8/3, Contemporary Folk/Guitar Week. Featured teachers: Elke Baker, Ralph Blizard, Liz Carroll, Seamus Connolly and Laura Risk. Type of participants: Fiddle and banjo instrumentalists, flutists, guitarists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Professionals and serious adult musicians. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, technique, popular music and workshops. Cost: $625 with housing; $365 w/out housing.

WINGSOUND

Barbara Lister-Sink, Director, WINGSOUND, P.O. Box 10921, Winston-Salem, NC 27108; phone/fax: (336) 945-2304; listersink@salem.edu; www.freeingthecagedbird.com

Intensive Workshop in Injury-Preventive Keyboard Technique, Winston-Salem, 6/23-6/29 and 8/11-8/17. Featured teachers: Barbara Lister-Sink and Charles Stein, certified Alexander Technique instructor. Type of participants: Pianists and organists, including teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional and serious amateurs. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy and workshops. Cost: $1,200 with housing; $800 w/out housing.

NORTH DAKOTA

Minot State University

Lynne Rumney, Artistic Director, Dakota Chamber Music, Minot State University, Division of Music, 500 University Ave. W., Minot, ND 58707; (701) 858-3185, fax: (701) 858-3823; rumneyl@minotstateu.edu; www.misu.nodak.edu/music

Dakota Chamber Music, Minor, 6/11-6/16. Featured teachers: Ying Quartet and Jon Rumney. Type of participants: String instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary, collegiate, teachers and amateurs. Emphasis: Ensembles and chamber music. Cost: To be announced. Credit available.

OHIO

Credo Chamber Music Association

Peter Slowik, Artistic Director, Credo Chamber Music Association, P.O. Box 305, Oberlin, OH 44074; (440) 878-4539; artistic@credo.cc; www.credo.cc

Credo Chamber Music Program, Oberlin Conservatory in Oberlin, 7/7-7/20. Featured teachers: Peter Slowik, Stephen Clapp, Lee Joiner, Bryan Dumm and Alan DeMattia. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary through collegiate, ages 14-21. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music and private lessons. Cost: $1,400 with housing.

Kent State University

Jerome LaCorte, Director, Kent/Blossom Music, Kent State University, P.O. Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242; (330) 672-2613, fax: (330) 672-7837; jlacorte@kent.edu; www.kent.edu/blossom

Kent/Blossom Music, Kent, 6/30-8/11. Featured teachers: William Preucil, John Mack, Franklin Cohen, Stephen Gerber and Robert Vernon. Type of participants: Violin, viola, cello, bass, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and French horn instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Chamber music, accompanying, private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $100 all-inclusive (scholarship covers bulk of cost). Credit available.

Oberlin Conservatory of Music

(See advertisement on page 67.)

Anna Hoffmann, Coordinator, Outreach Department, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, 77 W. College St., Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH 44074-1588; (440) 775-8044, fax: (440) 775-6840; anna.hoffmann@oberlin.edu; www.oberlin.edu/con/summer

Oberlin Piano Festival and Competition, Oberlin, 7/21-7/28. Featured teachers: Oberlin piano faculty. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional and competitors ages 13-18. Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, pedagogy, theory and master classes. Cost: $375 with housing; $175 w/out housing.

Ohio Northern University

Edwin Williams, Camp Director, 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, 6/16-6/21. Featured teachers: Richard Sherrick, Dale Laukhuf, Edwin Williams, Rosemary Williams and Brenda Hoyt. Type of participants: Band instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, history, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, workshops, electronic and computer music, conducting and arranging. Cost: $355 with homing; $185 w/out housing.

OREGON

Portland State University

David Jimerson, Administrative Director, Music Department, Portland State University, P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207; (800) 547-8887, ext. 3030, fax: (503) 725-8215; jimersond@pdx.edu; www.pdx.edu

Kodaly Certification Workshop, Lincoln Hall on the Portland State University campus, 7/298/9. Featured teachers: Trinka, Brumfield and Loebelk Type of participants: Professional vocalists and vocal educators. Emphasis: Technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and folk music. Cost: $1,000-$1,100 with housing; $800-$900 w/out housing. Credit available.

Portland State University

(See advertisement on page 74.)

Pat Zagelow, Executive Director, Piano Festival Northwest, Portland State University, Music Department, P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207; (503) 725-5400, fax: (503) 725-8215; zagelop@mail.pdx.edu; www.fpa.pdx.edu/prs

Piano Festival Northwest, World Forestry Center on the Portland State University campus, 7/18-7/21. Featured teachers: Paul Roberts, Eduardo Delgado, Marina Lomazov and others. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional, including teachers. Emphasis: Soloists, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and recitals. Cost: $475 with housing; $215 w/out housing. Credit available.

Southern Oregon University

Brooke Friendly, Arts Coordinator, Southern Oregon University, Extended Campus Programs, 1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland, OR 97520; (541) 552-6901, fax: (541) 552-6047; friendly@sou.edu; www.sou.edu/music/saxophoneworkshop or www.sou.edu/ecp/arts/musicinst

Ashland Chamber Music Workshops I and II, Ashland, 7/14-7/19 and 7/21-7/26. Featured teachers: Joe Axup, Armand Ambrosini, Cynthia Darby, Thomas Stauffer and Eman Rubinstein. Type of participants: String, brass and woodwind instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and advanced adults. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $524-$599 with housing; $245 w/out housing. Credit available. Contact: Phebe Kimball, Director, Ashland Chamber Music Workshops; same address information as above; (541) 482-2204; pakimball@home.net; www.efn.org/~ashcmw.

Music Institute for the Development of Personal Style in Memory of Jascha Heifetz, Ashland, 6/22-6/30. Featured teachers: Sherry Kloss, Linda Siverts and others to be announced. Type of participants: Violinists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Duos, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory and workshops. Cost. $693-$798 with housing; $299 w/out housing. Credit available.

Siskiyou Saxophone Workshop, Ashland, 7/30-8/3. Featured teachers: Kenneth Fischer, John Bleuel, Rhett L. Bender and J. Scott Turpen. Type of participants: Saxophonists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional and advanced adults. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $518-$583 with housing; $299 w/out housing. Credit available.

University of Oregon

George Evano, Director of Communications, Oregon Bach Festival, 1257 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403; (800) 457-1486, fax: (541) 346-5669; bachfest@darkwing.uoregon.edu; www.oregonbachfestival.com

Oregon Bach Festival Eugene, 6/28-7/14. Featured teacher: Helmuth Rilling. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, conductors and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional, as well as high school vocalists. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, repertoire, workshops, choral music and conducting.

PENNSYLVANIA

Carnegie Mellon University

Annabelle Joseph, Director, Dalcroze Training Center, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Music, 5000 Forbes Ave., 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, 7/8-7/12; Workshop II, 7/8-7/26. Featured teachers: Marta Sanchez, Herbert Henke, Annabelle Joseph and Stephen Moore. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional. Emphasis: Eurhythmics, improvisation, pedagogy, sight reading, workshops and solfege. Cost: Workshop I, $690 with housing; $425 w/out housing. Workshop II, $1,785 with housing; $990 w/out housing. Credit available.

Duquesne University

John Mumper, Director, Summer 2002, Duquesne University, Mary Pappert School of Music, 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15282; (800) 934-0159, fax: (412) 396-5479; mumper@duq.edu; www.music.duq.edu

Summer 2002, Pittsburgh, 5/3-8/3. Type of participants: Teachers and conductors. Age or grade level: Elementary and secondary. Emphasis: History, improvisation, technique, pedagogy, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: Cost with housing to be decided; $765 w/out housing. Credit available.

Lebanon Valley College

Robert H. Hearson, Director, Summer Music Camp, Lebanon Valley College, Music Department, 101 N. College Ave., Annville, PA 17003; (717) 867-6289, fax: (717) 867-6390; hearson@lvc.edu; www.lvc.edu/music/summercamp

Lebanon Valley College Summer Music Camp, Annville, 7/7-7/12. Featured teachers: Resident artist faculty. Type of participants: Woodwind and string instrumentalists, pianists, guitarists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops and music technology (recording technology and MIDI). Cost: $440 with housing; $295 w/out housing.

Marywood University

Sharon Toman, Program Director, Summer Music Camp, Marywood University, Music Department, 2300 Adams Ave., Scranton, PA 18509; (570) 348-6268, fax: (570) 961-4768; music@ac.marywood.edu; www.marywood.edu

Summer Music Camp, Scranton, 7/15-7/28. Featured teachers: Marywood faculty and nearby high school teachers. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $225 w/out housing.

Summertrios, Inc.

Betty Mock, Executive Director, Summertrios, Inc., 124 Cornell Rd., Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004; (610) 668-8807; summertrios@summertrios.org; www.summertrios.org

Chamber Music for Adult Amateurs, location to be announced, 6/23 and 6/30. Featured teachers: Christopher Lee, Yuval Waldman, Joseph Kimura, Robert LaRue and Lily Friedman. Type of participants: Teachers and amateur adult instrumentalists. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $750 with housing; $690 with food only.

Concerto Program, Philadelphia, 6/4. Featured teachers: Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia; Yuval Waldman, conductor. Type of participants: Teachers and amateur adult instrumentalists. Emphasis: Amateurs play concertos with a professional orchestra. Cost: To be announced.

Premium Chamber Music for Adult Amateurs, location to be announced, 6/16. Featured teachers: Christopher Lee, Yuval Waldman, Joseph Kimura, Robert LaRue and Lily Friedman. Type of participants: Amateur adult instrumentalists. Emphasis: Amateurs play chamber music with a group of professionals. Cost: $1,500 with housing; $1,400 with food only.

Vivace Productions, Inc.

John W. Villella, President, Vivace Productions, Inc., 882 S. Matlack St., Ste. 202, West Chester, PA 19382; (800) 264-1121, fax: (610) 431-6511; jvillella@wcupa.edu; www.vivaceproductions.com

Marching Band Workshops, Lafayette College in Easton, 7/10-7/13 and 8/2-8/5. Featured teachers: Tim Lautzenheiser, George Parks, Thom Hannum and Michael Cesario. Type of participants: Band instrumentalists and educators. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Marching band camp. Cost: $330 with housing; $225 w/out housing. Credit available.

Wyoming Seminary College Preparatory School

Nancy Sanderson, Director, The Performing Arts Institute, 201 N. Sprague Ave., Kingston, PA 18704; (570) 270-2186, fax: (570) 270-2198; onstage@wyomingseminary.org; www.wyomingseminary.org/pai

The Performing Arts Institute, Kingston, 6/30-8/11. Featured teachers: Thomas Hrynkiw, Wen-Chi Liu, Tsukasa Mizuguchi, Goulnara Mashourova and Ming Yang. 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: $2,100 with housing; $750 w/out housing.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Furman University

Derek Parsons, Coordinator, Summer Keyboard Institute, Furman University, Music Department, 3300 Poinsett Hwy., Greenville, SC 29613; (864) 294-2099, fax: (864) 294-3035; furmanmusic@furman.edu; www.furman.edu/academics/dept/music

Summer Keyboard Institute, Greenville, 6/16-6/21. Featured teachers: David Gross, Derek Parsons and Charles Tompkins. Type of participants: Secondary, collegiate and professional teachers of piano and organ. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $440 with housing; $280 w/out housing. Credit available.

TENNESSEE

Belmont University

Lauren Baker, Kodaly/Orff Coordinator, Belmont University, School of Music, 1900 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN 37212; (615) 460-5400, ext. 1749, fax: (615) 386-0239; orffkodaly@mail.belmont.edu

Kodaly Summer Program, Nashville, 6/17-6/28. Featured teachers: Philip Tacka and Michael Houlahan. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary. Cost: $1,244 with housing; $1,100 w/out housing. Credit available.

Orff Summer Program, Nashville, 7/8-7/19. Featured teachers: Margaret Campbelle-Holman, Susan Ramsay and Anne Kopp. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary. Cost: $794 with housing; $650 w/out housing. Credit available.

The University of Memphis

Konnie Saliba, Professor of Music, The University of Memphis, The Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music, Memphis, TN 38152; (901) 678-3760, fax: (901) 678-3096; kksaliba@memphis.edu; http://music.memphis.edu

Orff Schulwerk Summer Institute, Memphis, 7/18-7/29. Featured teachers: Shirley McRae, Konnie Saliba, Deanna Stark and Jos Wuytack. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Pedagogy. Cost: $786 with housing; $450 w/out housing. Credit available.

TEXAS

Central Texas College

Celinda Hallbauer, Faculty/Camp Director, Central Texas College, Fine Arts Department, P.O. Box 1800, Killeen, TX 76513; (254) 526-1866, fax: (254) 526-1792; challbau@ctcd.cc.tx.us; www.ctcd.cc.tx.us;

Summer Fine Arts Camp, Killeen, 7/10-7/13. Featured teachers: Celinda Hallbauer, Susan Conner, Kevin Riley and Janna DuRard. Type of participants: All instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Elementary through secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, electronic and computer music, art, dance and drama. Cost: $250 with housing; $175 w/out housing.

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; festinst@fais.net; www.festivalhill.org/SummerInstitute

The International Festival-Institute at Round Top, Round Top, 6/2-7/14. Featured teachers: Erick Friedman, Jesse Levine, James Dick, William venMeulen and Peter Brevig. Type of participants: String and wind instrumentalists, percussionists, pianists and harpists. Age or grade level: Professional and pre-professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $540 with housing.

Southern Methodist University

Julie Scott, Coordinator, Music Educators Workshops, Southern Methodist University, P.O. Box 750382, Dallas, TX 75275; (214) 768-3717, fax: (214) 768-1445; scottj@mail.smu.edu; www.smu.edu/~dess/music_ed

Music Educators Workshops, Dallas, 6/3-6/5. Featured teacher: Kamile O'Donnell. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $450 with housing; $250 w/out housing. Credit available.

National Piano Teachers Institute, Dallas, 7/8-7/11. Featured teachers: Ingrid Jacobson Clarfield, Louise Goss, Christine Barden, Barbara Kreader and Sam Holland. Type of participants: Piano teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary through professional. Emphasis: History, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $300 with housing; $175 w/out housing ($185 after June 1). Credit available. Contact: David Karp, Director, NPTI, Southern Methodist University, Music Department, Meadows School of the Arts, P.O. Box 356, Dallas, TX 75275-0356; (214) 768-3188, fax: (972) 661-3278; dkarp@mail.smu.edu

Orff Schulwerk, Levels I, II and III, Dallas, 6/17-6/28. Featured teachers: Julie Scott, Jacqueline Schrader, Richard Layton, Matthew McCoy and Paul Cribari. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: Elementary. Emphasis: Improvisation, pedagogy, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $800 with housing; $500 w/out housing. Credit available.

TCU/Cliburn Piano Institute

(See advertisement below.)

Tamas Ungar, Executive Director, TCU/Cliburn Piano Institute, Texas Christian University, Box 297456, Fort Worth, TX 76129; (817) 257-7456, fax: (817) 921-9873; tcu-cliburn@tcu.edu; www.tcu-cliburn.org

TCU/Cliburn Piano Institute, Fort Worth, 5/29-6/30. Featured teachers: Paul Badura-Skoda, Christina Ortiz, Dang Thai Son, Phillip Kawin and Antonio Pompa-Baldi. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional, including teachers and amateurs. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, concerto music, chamber music, private lessons, pedagogy, repertoire, performance and master classes. Cost: $546 with housing. Tuition scholarship available.

Texas Christian University

Nick Scales, Director, TCU Summer Music Institute, Texas Christian University, Music Department, Box 297500, Fort Worth, TX 76129; (817) 257-6632, fax: (817) 257-7344; n.scales@tcu.edu; www.tcu.edu

TCU Band Camp, Fort Worth, 6/16-6/21. Featured teachers: Ross Grant and Bobby Francis. Type of participants: Wind instrumentalists and percussionists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, technique and repertoire. Cost: $360 with housing; $150 w/out housing.

TCU Texas All-State Choir Camp, Fort Worth, 7/21-7/24 and 7/24-7/27. Featured teachers: Brad White, Ronald Shirey, Danny Deitrich, Stan McGill and Amy Alibon. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, sight reading and Texas All-State Choral Literature. Cost: $250 with housing; $150 w/out housing.

TCU Trumpet Workshop, Fort Worth, 6/24-6/25. Featured teachers: John Burgess and guest artist. Type of participants: Trumpet instrumentalists, both participants and auditors. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and sight reading.

TCU Whitman/Crisanti Clarinet Workshop, Fort Worth, 6/24-6/25. Featured teachers: Gary Whitman and Andrew Crisanti. Type of participants: Clarinetists, both participants and auditors. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and sight reading. Cost: $160 with housing; $110 w/out housing. $60 auditor fee w/out housing.

Texas Tech University

(See advertisement on page 67.)

Anna Whitlock Henry, Coordinator of Special Music Activities, Texas Tech University, School of Music, Box 42033, Lubbock, TX 79409-2033; (806) 742-2225, fax: (806) 742-4193; anna.mw.henry@ttu.edu; www.ttu.edu/MusicCamps

All State Choir Camp, Lubbock, 7/17-7/20. Featured teacher: John Dickson. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, technique, sight reading and Texas All State audition material. Cost: To be determined.

Texas Tech Band/Orchestra Camp, Lubbock, 7/6-7/13. Featured teachers: Gary Lewis, Cody Birdwell and Keith Bearden. Type of participants: Wind, percussion and string instrumentalists and marching auxiliaries. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, Chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, sight reading, theory, electronic and computer music and marching auxiliaries. Cost: To be determined.

Three-Summer Master of Music Education, Lubbock, 5/29-7/29. Featured teachers: Robert Henry, Cody Birdwell, John Dickson and Susan Brumfield. Type of participants: Instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Music education, history, jazz, private lessons, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: To be determined. Credit available. Contact: Michael Stoune, Associate Director for Graduate Studies, Texas Tech University, School of Music, Box 42033, Lubbock, TX 79413; (806) 742-2270, ext. 255, fax: (806) 742-2294; michael.stoune@ttu.edu.

University of Houston

Alan Austin, General Manager, 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

Immanuel and Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival Houston, 6/2-6/29. Featured teachers: Franz Anton Krager, En Shao, Klauspeter Seibel and Carl St. Clair. Type of participants: Orchestral instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate and young pre-professionals and professionals. Emphasis: Chamber music, private lessons and repertoire. Cost: $850 with housing. Credit available.

The University of Texas at Austin

(See advertisement on page 61.)

Lynne V. Lange, Program Coordinator, Longhorn Music Camp, The University of Texas, Music Department, Austin, TX 78712-1208; (512) 232-2080, fax: (512) 232-3907; lmc@www.utexas.edu or lvlange@mail.utexas.edu; www.longhornmusiccamp.org

Longhorn Music Camp, Austin, 6/9-6/15 (Middle School Band); 6/16-6/22 (Choir, Middle School Orchestra, Harp); 6/23-6/29 (High School Band); 7/14-7/25 (Piano Performance Workshop). Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists (pianists), ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $475 with housing; $285 w/out housing, 6/9-6/29; $200-$246 w/out housing, 7/14-7/25.

UTAH

Brigham Young University

BYU Music Dance Theatre Department, BYU Conferences and Workshops, 352 Harman Continuing Education Bldg., Provo, UT 84602-1530; (801) 378-7692, fax: (801) 378-9214; young_ambassadors@byu.edu or young_musicians@byu.edu; http://ce.byu.edu/cw

Young Ambassadors Singing Entertainer Workshop, Provo, 7/8-7/13, 7/15-7/20 and 7/29-8/3. Featured teachers: BYU faculty. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique, repertoire, workshops and showcase performances. Dancing included. Cost: To be announced.

Young Musicians' SummerFestival, Provo, 6/16-6/22. Featured teachers: BYU faculty. Type of participants: Instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, and electronic and computer music. Cost: To be announced. Contact: BYU School of Music, Conferences and Workshops, same address, phone and fax as above.

VERMONT

The Adamant Music School

(See advertisement on page 57.)

Sandra Rogers, Executive Director, The Adamant Music School, 1241 Haggett Rd., Adamant, VT 05640; (802) 229-9297; admissions@adamant.org; www.adamant.org

The Adamant Music School Adamant, just north of Montpelier, 7/12-8/10. Featured teachers: Rotating staff pool of leading international piano educators. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate. Emphasis: Soloists, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $1,700 for four weeks with housing. Shorter sessions available.

Kinhaven Music School

Leander Bien, Director, Kinhaven Music School, 9 Lopa Ct., N. Potomac, MD 20878; (301) 340-6583, fax: (301) 424-9043; LBIEN@erols.com

Kinhaven Adult Piano Workshop, Weston, 6/6-4/11. Featured teachers: Leander Bien, Nigel Coxe, Chonghyo Shin and Ignat Solzhenitsyn. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Adult amateurs. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $575 with housing; $525 w/out housing.

Manchester Music Festival

Robyn Pruett, Managing Director, Manchester Music Festival, P.O. Box 1165, Manchester, VT 05255; (802) 362-1956, fax: (802) 362-0711; mmf@vermontel.net; www.mmfvt.org

Young Artists Program, Manchester, 7/7-8/19. Featured teachers: Ariel Rudiakov, Ron Levy, Joseph Firszt, Danwen Jiang and Sadao Harada. Type of participants: String instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate, graduate and postgraduate on a professional track. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music and repertoire.

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 for Strings and Piano, Lake Dunmore, 6/23-7/13, 7/14-8/10, 6/23-8/10. Featured teachers: Professional, full-time faculty. Type of participants: Violin, viola and cello instrumentalists and pianists. Age or grade level: Secondary, ages 11-17. Emphasis: Ensembles, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique and theory. Cost: $2,400 for three weeks with housing; $2,800 for four weeks with housing; $4,900 for seven weeks (both sessions combined) with housing.

WASHINGTON

Max Aronoff Viola Institute,

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

12th Annual Music Festival and Chamber Music Series, Bastyr University near Seattle, 6/30-7/5. Featured teachers: Pamela Goldsmith, Joyce Ram&, Charles Noble and John Scanlon. Type of participants: Viola, violin and cello instrumentalists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary (viola age 14, violins and cellos age 18) through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops and audition prep. Cost: $580 with housing; $480 w/out housing.

WEST VIRGINIA

Davis & Elkins College

Judy Williams, Information Coordinator, The Augusta Heritage Center, Davis & Elkins College, Fine Arts, 100 Campus Dr., Elkins, WV 26241; (304) 637-1209, fax: (304) 637-1317; augusta@augustaheritage.com; www.augustaheritage.com

The Augusta Heritage Center, Elkins, April-July and August-October. Featured teachers: Respected musicians in blues, bluegrass, Irish, Cajun-Creole, old-time, swing and vocals. Type of participants: Guitar, fiddle, banjo, bodhran, flute, bass and mandolin instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate, amateur and professional musicians and crafts people. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $618 with housing; $345 w/out housing. Credit available.

West Virginia University

Tim Rhodes, Director, Mountaineer Music Camp, West Virginia University, Music Department, P.O. Box 6111, Morgantown, WV 26506; (304) 293-5330, ext. 3196, fax: (304) 293-2366; Tim.Rhodes@mail.wvu.edu; www.wvummc.com

Mountaineer Music Camp, Morgantown, 7/7-7/13. Type of participants: Band, orchestral and jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary. Emphasis: Ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, history, improvisation, jazz, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $375 with housing; $210 w/out housing.

WISCONSIN

Leadership Program for Musicians Serving Small Congregations (LPM)

Marti Rideout, LPM Communications Office, 6230 Covered Bridge Rd., Burke, VA 22015; (703) 250-6757, fax: (703) 250-2479; martirideout@juno.com; www.Lpm-online.org

Summer LPM Conference 2002, Carthage College, Kenosha, 6/25-6/29. Featured teachers: David Cherwien, Carol Doran, Nathan Ensign, Raymond Glover, Marilyn Keiser and others. Type of participants: Church musicians. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Ensembles, master classes, repertoire, contemporary Christian music, improvisation, conducting and leadership. Choose from two tracks, Enrichment or LPM Coordinator Development. Cost: To be announced. Includes registration, housing in dormitories, board and banquet.

Green Lake Festival of Music

Jeannette Kreston, Executive Director, Green Lake Festival of Music, P.O. Box 569, Green Lake, WI 54971; (920) 748-9398, fax: (920) 748-6918; info@greenlakefestival.org; www.greenlakefestival.org

Amelia at Green Lake, Ripon and Green Lake, 7/6-7/18. 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 and sight reading. Cost: $895 with housing; $420 w/out housing.

INTERNATIONAL

AICE, Association of International Cultural Exchange

Michael Haring, General Secretary, AICE, Association of International Cultural Exchange, c/o Wiener Symphoniker, Lehargasse 11, A-1060 Wien, Austria; +43-664-180-09-05, fax: +43-1-317-54-60; michael.haring@chello.at; www.multipassproductions.com

World Choral Festival Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 6/27-7/1. Featured teacher: Gerhard Track. Type of participants: Choirs of at least forty vocalists. Emphasis: Ensembles, workshops and a concert performance with the Vienna Boys' Choir, the Vienna Male Choral Society and the orchestra at the Wiener Musikverein. Cost: EURO 826 per active singer; EURO 310 per accompanying person, plus transportation to Vienna. See website for services included in this fee.

American-Russian Piano Institute

(See advertisement on page 59.)

Frances Larimer, Program Director, American-Russian Piano Institute, 2760 Crawford Ave., Evanston, IL 60201; (847) 328-3728, fax: (847) 328-2776; f-larimer@northwestern.edu

American-Russian Piano Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia, 6/22-7/9. Featured teachers: St. Petersburg Conservatory faculty. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: High school through collegiate, including teachers and nonmusician auditors. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire and competition for students. Cost: $3,595 with housing, plus travel.

The Banff Centre

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

Music and Sound, Banff, 6/10-8/10. Type of participants: String, woodwind, keyboard and brass instrumentalists, vocalists and composers. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, accompanying, chamber music, jazz, private lessons, technique, repertoire, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $47/day for single accommodations; $25/day for shared accommodations.

Center of Musical Studies

(See advertisement on page 63.)

Leslie D. Hyde, Program Director, Amalfi Coast Music Festival and Institute, Center of Musical Studies, 4530 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Ste. 506, Washington, D.C. 20008; (301) 320-9046, fax: (301) 229-1059; festival@musicalstudies.com; www.musicalstudies.com

Amalfi Coast Music Festival & Institute, Vietri-sul-Mare, Italy, piano program, 6/22-7/2; vocal program, 6/24-7/6. Featured teachers: Brian Ganz, Luiz de Moura Castro, Thomas Mastroianni, Louis Nagel and The Fine Arts Quartet. Type of participants: Pianists, string instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional, including teachers. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading, workshops and performance. Cost: $1,595 with housing in a four-star hotel; $1,295 with housing in a hostel. Credit available through The Catholic University of America.

International Workshops

(See advertisement on page 57.)

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, Stavanger, Norway, 7/6-7/19. Featured teachers: Nelita True, Marvin Blickenstaff, Martha Hilley, Fernando Laires and Sandra Stauffer. Type of participants: Teachers. Age or grade level: All levels. Emphasis: Accompanying, chamber music, jazz, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, workshops and master classes. Cost: $1,995 with housing; $1,295 w/out housing. Credit available.

Kiev Summer Music Festival

(See advertisement on page 74.)

See website at www.kievfestival.org.ua for contact information.

Kiev Summer Music Festival, Kiev, Ukraine, 6/10-6/28 and 7/1-7/19. Featured teachers: Russian and Ukrainian masters. Type of participants: Vocalists, conductors and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, chamber music, private lessons, technique and repertoire.

New York University

Esther Lamneck, Program Director, NYU Music and Dance Program in Italy, NYU Steinhardt School, Department of Music and Performing Arts, 35 W. 4th St., Ste. 777, New York, NY 10012; (212) 992-9380, fax: (212) 995-4923; esther.lamneck@nyu.edu; www.education.nyu.edu/summerabroad

NYU Music and Dance Program in Italy, Pisa, 7/1-7/21. Featured teachers: NYU faculty, including Esther Lamneck, Douglas Dunn, Robert Rowe, Francesco Martinelli and Claudio Gabriele. Type of participants: Winds, brass and electric instrumentalists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional, including teachers and new music performers. Emphasis: Soloists, ensembles, history, improvisation, private lessons, technique, repertoire, workshops, and electronic and computer music. Cost: $720 per credit (six credits full-time); housing is $20/day.

Oakham International Summer School

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

Oakham International Summer School, Oakham, United Kingdom, 7/6-7/13. Featured teachers: Peter Phillips and The Tallis Scholars; David Woodcock, Andrew Carwood, Ghislaine Morgan and Francis Steele. Type of participants: Vocalists. Age or grade level: Age 16 and over. Emphasis: Choral singing, chamber music, history, private lessons, technique, pedagogy, repertoire, sight reading and workshops. Cost: $1,330 (950 [pounds sterling]) with housing.

Royal Academy of Music

Robin Anderton, Course Administrator, Amadeus Summer Course, 61 Brassey Rd., Winchester, Hampshire, SO2 6SB, UK; phone/fax: +44-(0) 1962-852851; robin.anderton@lineone.net

Amadeus Summer Course, London, 7/21-8/3. Featured teachers: Norbert Brainin, Siegmund Nissel and Martin Lovett. Type of participants: String quartet instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Sting quartets and chamber music. Cost: 485 [pounds sterling] with housing; 350 [pounds sterling] w/out housing.

San Francisco Conservatory of Music

(See advertisement on page 8.)

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

Master Classes of Saint Malo, Saint Malo Conservatory, Saint Malo, France, 7/15-7/28. Featured teachers: William Wellborn and Adam Wibrowski. Type of participants: Pianists and teachers. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, history, private lessons, technique, performances, and duet and two-piano playing. Cost: $1,050 with housing.

Symphonic Workshops Ltd.

Harry Hurwitz, Director, Symphonic Workshops Ltd., 281 Pacific Ave., Toronto, Ontario M6P 2P8, Canada; (416) 760-9319, fax: (416) 762-6258; info@symphonicworkshops.com; www.symphonicworkshops.com

11th Practical Course for Conductors, Kromeriz, Czech Republic, 7/28-8/14. Featured teachers: Tsung Yeh, Kirk Trevor, Johannes Schlaefli and Mariusz Smolij. Type of participants: Conductors. Age or grade level: Collegiate and professional, beginning and intermediate level. Emphasis: Technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,725 with housing.

12th International Workshop for Conductors, Kromeriz and Zlin, Czech Republic, 8/1-8/17. Featured teachers: Tsung Yeh, Kirk Trevor, Johannes Schlaefli and Mariusz Smolij. Type of participants: Conductors. Age or grade level: Professional and experienced. Emphasis: Technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,975 with housing.

International Opera Workshop--Mozart's "Le Nozze di Figaro," Karlsbad, Hradec Kralove and Prague, Czech Republic, 7/21-8/31. Featured teachers: Milen Nachev, Valeri Vatchev, Krantisek Vajnar and Michael Lochar. Type of participants: Vocalists and conductors. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops and a fully staged production with fifteen performances. Cost: $1,450 (maximum) with housing; $650 w/out housing.

Kromeriz Advanced Piano Workshop and Competition, Kromeriz, Czech Republic, 7/24-8/7. Featured teachers: Joseph Banowetz, Adam Wodnicki, Joseph Stanford, Jan Kadlubiski and Radoslav Kvapil. Type of participants: Pianists. Age or grade level: Collegiate through professional. Emphasis: Soloists, accompanying, chamber music, private lessons, technique, repertoire, theory, workshops, master classes and performance with chamber orchestra. Cost: $975 plus competition fee, with housing.

Repertoire Workshop for Conductors, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic, 6/9-6/19. Featured teachers: Otakar Trhlik and Tomas Koutnik. Type of participants: Conductors. Age or grade level: Professional. Emphasis: Technique, repertoire, theory and workshops. Cost: $1,750 with housing; $1,550 w/out housing.

University of Evansville

Johnny Poon, Artistic Director, Harlaxton Festival, University of Evansville, Music Department, 1800 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, IN 47722; (812) 479-2879, fax: (812) 479-2101; jp29@evansville.edu; http://harlaxtonfestival.evansville.edu

Harlaxton Festival Grantham, United Kingdom, 6/18-7/9. Featured teachers: Carol Dallinger, Joseph Hopkins, Johnny Poon and Garnet Ungar. Type of participants: Violinists, pianists and vocalists. Age or grade level: Secondary, ages 15-18. Emphasis: Soloists, private lessons, technique, repertoire and workshops. Cost: $2,500 with housing.

MULTIPLE

Musikgarten

(See advertisement on page 12.)

Scott Whitesell; (800) 216-6864; musikgarten@aol.com; www.musikgarten.org

Musikgarten Early Childhood Music and Movement Workshops, Pasadena, California; San Jose, California; Greely, Colorado; Boca Raton, Florida; Miami, Florida; Marietta, Georgia; Wheaton, Illinois; Boston, Massachusetts; St. Paul, Minnesota; Murray Hill, New Jersey; Charlotte, North Carolina; Cincinnati, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Houston, Texas; Richmond, Virginia; Madison, Wisconsin; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. April-July (varies by location). Featured teachers: Mary Louise Wilson, Karen Haughey, Martha Hallquist, Leilani Miranda, Joyce Jordan, Cathy Mathia, Linda Robinson, Marlene Lee, Jill Hannagan, Lorna Lutz Heyge and Karen McIver (varies by location). Cost: $195-$525 w/out housing (varies by location). Credit available.

National Guitar Workshop

Admissions, National Guitar Workshop, P.O. Box 222, Lakeside, CT 06758; (800) 234-6479, fax: (860) 567-0374; eric@guitarworkshop.com; www.guitarworkshop.com

National Guitar Workshop, California, Connecticut, Florida, Tennessee, Texas, Washington and Toronto, 6/23-8/11 (varies by location). Featured teachers: Pat Metheny, Ronnie Earl, Andy Summers, Patty Larkin and Marty Friedman. Type of participants: Guitar, bass, drum and keyboard instrumentalists. Age or grade level: Secondary through professional, ages 14-90. Emphasis: Ensembles, improvisation, jazz, technique, repertoire, sight reading, theory, popular music and workshops. Cost: $725 with housing; $525 w/out housing. Credit available.
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