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Winds 'n Jazz in June

 
 

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For more information:

Michelle Walters
Community Music Director
(724) 552-2923  walters@setonhill.edu

Chamber Music at Its Best

This day camp features small ensembles, friendly faculty and a whole week to enjoy it!

Throughout the week, campers perform in small mixed instrument ensembles, same instrument ensembles, jazz combos (including pianists), and have classes and participate in special topics, including drum circles, music theory & history, movement/exercise, reed-making class for double reeds, and piano skills. 

All campers receive private coaching on their instrument.



All applicants entering grade 8 through the senior year of high school will be accepted. Younger students can be accepted by teacher referral.

Ensembles

  • Flute Ensemble
  • Clarinet Ensemble
  • Brass Ensemble
  • Sax Ensemble
  • Trios
  • Quartets
  • Quintets
  • Percussion Ensemble (including pianists!)
  • Oboe Ensemble
  • Bassoon Ensemble
  • Jazz Combos

Scholarships



The Raymond Kuntz Memorial Scholarship is available to one student attending the "Winds 'n Jazz in June" camp.



The Michael J Salvatore Memorial Scholarship is also available to one student attending the "Winds 'n Jazz in June" camp.

Applications for both scholarships can found on the Forms & Documents page.

The Week on Campus

Camp Location


Winds 'n Jazz in June will take place at the new Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center located at the corner of Otterman St. and Harrison Ave. in downtown Greensburg. Drop off and pick up for the camp will be at the main lobby entrance located on Harrison Avenue. The two evening recitals will take place in the Reichgut Concert Hall just inside the main entrance. 

Camp Schedule


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Lunch provided these days. 



Wednesday and Friday

8:45 a.m. to end of 7 p.m. recitals

Lunch and dinner provided these days. 

Ensemble placement will be based on application information. 



Monday through Friday will be full days of classes, coaching and ensembles. There will be a solo student recital on Wednesday evening, and a final ensemble recital on Friday evening. Parents and friends are invited to attend these events.



NOTE: The camp will end Friday evening with a camp recital for all campers at 7 p.m. A complete schedule will be included with each registration confirmation. 

Faculty

Please see the program application for current faculty listings and biographies.