Tuesday, June 8, 2010

June summer camps offered by the School of Music

June 13–19 School of Music: Southeastern Piano Festival (SEPF). The festival provides training for aspiring young pianists and offers a showcase of piano performances with celebrated and new artists. Twenty young pianists will receive daily private lessons with University faculty, participate in master classes with a guest artist, and gain experience performing in a professional concert setting. Each day concludes with an evening performance by a guest artist, faculty members, or festival students.
All events are open to the public and many are free. For tickets to evening concerts, call 803-576-5763. For more information, go to http://sepf.music.sc.edu.


June 20–25 School of Music: Band Camp. For students in grades 7–12. The camp includes instruction for drum major, marching percussion, symphony band, and symphonic percussion. For more information, call the Band Office at 803-777-4278, or send an e-mail to USCBand@mozart.sc.edu.


June 20–25 School of Music: Carolina Summer Music Conservatory. For students in grades 9–12. School of Music faculty will lead students in an intensive, one-week session that focuses on individual performance and chamber music. Activities include master classes with Carolina faculty and other professional musicians, as well as chamber music coaching and private lessons. Students will rehearse and perform solo works with professional accompanists and will attend music events featuring conservatory faculty members.
Evening concerts featuring faculty are free and open to the public. For more information, contact Clifford
Leaman at 803-576-5893 or cleaman@mozart.sc.edu.



From the USC TIMES.

1 comment:

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