Summer Classical Studies - Summer@Eastman

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Summer Classical Studies: The Premier Program for Classical Musicians

This internationally acclaimed Classical Studies program is for academically inquisitive performers, conductors and composers currently in grades 9–12 who are seriously considering a career in music.

Our highly individualized program emphasizes solo performance and chamber music for mature students of advanced performance levels who can work well in a focused collegiate-type environment.

Length
3 weeks
Application Deadline
March 15 2019
Harp Instructors
Rosanna Moore
Ages
14-18
Levels
Intermediate, Advanced
Type of Harp
Pedal harp , Lever harp
Instruments
Students must provide instrument—rentals are not available
Residency Options
All participants reside overnight
Accommodations
Students stay in Eastman's Student Living Center, across the road from classes and lessons.
Financial Aid
Yes, partial scholarships are available
What makes this camp experience unique is:
Intense solo and chamber coaching in a collegiate-type environment
This camp is perfect for:
High school students considering music at college
More info

Summer Classical Studies: The Premier Program for Classical Musicians
(three-week program, formerly called Music Horizons)
Petar Kodzas, director

This internationally acclaimed Classical Studies program is for academically inquisitive performers, conductors and composers currently in grades 9–12 who are seriously considering a career in music.

Our highly individualized program emphasizes solo performance (strings, winds, brass, piano, organ, voice, classical guitar, harp, conducting, and composition). This program is for mature students of advanced performance levels who can work well in a focused collegiate-type environment.

The program’s main features:

  • Two private lessons per week
  • Weekly solo performance in Repertory Class
  • Career seminar with individual interviews and great speakers
  • Theory, Ear Training, History classes
  • Small ensembles
  • Creative Ventures: choice of either composition for non-majors, conducting for non-majors, or improvisation

Final solo performance and chamber music concerts are held in Eastman’s acoustically magnificent Kilbourn Hall and Hatch Recital Hall. All performances are recorded, and each student will have online access to a recording.