2019 Summer Music Festivals, Camps, etc.

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2019 Summer Music Festivals, Camps, etc.

Post by Matt K » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:07 am

I received a number of requests from a variety of players about what options are available; last year I made a similar sticky to this one with the idea that a list of these events in one place for easy access might be useful. So with that in mind, if anyone is aware of something, post it here and I'll edit this post so that it has all of the information. Let's include the following information:

Name of the Event:
Group coordinating the event:
Ages Allowed:
Dates, specifications:
Location(s):
Artists involved
Genre(s) applicable (chamber, orchestral, jazz, trombone specific, etc.):
Tangential information about the area, event itself, etc.:
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Post by Bach5G » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:12 am

Vancouver Trombone Week
August 2019
14+
Brian Wendel, Ilan Morgenstern
https://m.facebook.com/VancouverTromboneWeek/

https://vsoschoolofmusic.ca/program/trombone-week/

Not sure if it qualifies as a “fresival”.
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Post by Posaunus » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:22 am

Matt,

Consider editing the typo in the title!
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Post by Matt K » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:42 am

Haha oops! Fixed
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Post by ChadA » Wed Apr 17, 2019 9:17 pm

Name of the Event: Brass Performance Institute
Group coordinating the event: University of Dayton
Ages Allowed: Entering 7th grade through entering college
Dates, specifications: June 17-21. Info at go.udayton.edu/BPI
Location(s): University of Dayton, Dayton, OH
Artists involved: Chad Arnow (UD faculty, Dayton Philharmonic), other UD faculty members and area professionals
Genre(s) applicable (chamber, orchestral, jazz, trombone specific, etc.): all
Tangential information about the area, event itself, etc.: a five day camp for anyone interested in becoming a better brass player. Daily private lessons with camp faculty.
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Post by biggiesmalls » Tue Jan 14, 2020 11:17 pm

Second Annual Santa Fe Trombone Summit

https://www.sftrombones.com/

-Coordinated by the Trombones of the Santa Fe Opera
-Auditions to select a maximum of 12 college or professional level
players, with auditors welcome
-Application deadline 01 April
-Event dates: July 28-31, 2020
-Location: Immaculate Heart Retreat Center, Santa Fe, NM, USA
-Artists: Mark Fisher, Chris Buckholz, Jonathan Randazzo, Chris
Bassett
-Genre: orchestral, trombone ensemble

From the website:

Located in gorgeous Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Santa Fe Trombone Summit is a multi-day trombone seminar with a unique high-intensity, select-size Participant group that allows an in-depth and personal experience. Co-founded by the Trombones of the Santa Fe Opera, Participants have the opportunity to play with and for all 4 co-founders in masterclasses, sections, and quartet coachings and sit-ins. In addition, Auditors join Participants in daily warm up sessions, panel discussions, and select pieces in our trombone choir which performs the final concert.
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Post by Wishbone » Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:58 am

Name of the Event: Third Coast Trombone Retreat
June 8-15, 2020 / applications due April 1
Montague, Michigan
Group Coordinating the Event: Arts Council of White Lake
Faculty: John Sebastian Vera (principal trombone, Pittsburgh Opera & River Brass), Nicholas Schwartz (principal bass trombone, NYC Ballet)
Guest Faculty: Brian Santero (principal trombone, NYC Ballet)
Ages Allowed: high school, college & beyond (may enroll as participant OR auditor)

Please visit tromboneretreat.com for general information. Thank you!
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Post by WilliamLang » Thu Jan 16, 2020 2:46 pm

Divergent Summer Festival!
June 7-17, 2020 / applications are 100% free and due by Feb. 15th
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Hosted by the Longy School of Music and loadbang
Faculty: William Lang - trombone, Andrew Kozar - trumpet, Adrian Sandi - Clarinets, Jeffrey Gavett - Voice, alongside compositiong faculty Jeremy Van Buskirk, Aaron Hegelson, Eve Beglarian, and Angelica Negron
Ages allowed - all!

Divergent is a chamber music festival open to all instrumentalists and composers. We focus on cutting edge repertoire and establishing a community of like minded individuals to explore the world of new music. Students are involved in performances, classes, and coachings throughout their time and also will be offered bonding trips to either a baseball game or a climbing gym.

Please visit https://longy.edu/study/longys-divergent-studio/ for more info or DM me here if you like!
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Post by Wishbone » Wed Jan 22, 2020 3:47 pm

Just in - the guest artists for the Third Coast Trombone Retreat this year will be Ko-ichiro Yamamoto (principal, Seattle Symphony) and Jeff Dee (bass trombone, Pittsburgh Symphony)!
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Post by ExZacLee » Thu May 07, 2020 7:00 pm

The UCO Jazz camp apparently will be happening this year from July 12-17th.
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Post by lucasmark01 » Mon May 11, 2020 12:02 pm

Rafael Méndez Brass Institute
Hosted by the Denver Brass featuring the Summit Brass as faculty
Ages Allowed: High School and up
Dates, specifications: July 12-18, 2020
Location(s): Virtual, comfort of you own home!
Low Brass Faculty:
Trombone - Scott Hartman, Carl Lenthe, Brad Edwards, John Lofton
Euphonium - Brian Bowman, Demondrae Thurman
Tuba - Warren Deck, Tim Northcut, Dan Perantoni, Kathy Brantigan

Chamber Music, Orchestra, Brass Specific

We are moving digital this year so you can attend the seminar from anywhere and anytime! Once registered you have access to the content for 30 days after the seminar. So you can watch and rewatch everything!
All Access Pass: $350

More info at mendezbrassinstitute.com
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Post by mrdeacon » Mon May 11, 2020 12:28 pm

How exactly does the Mendez work online?... Wasn't that seminar for chamber groups?

Definitely very interested in signing up but I'm a little confused haha
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Post by lucasmark01 » Mon May 11, 2020 1:39 pm

mrdeacon wrote:
Mon May 11, 2020 12:28 pm
How exactly does the Mendez work online?... Wasn't that seminar for chamber groups?

Definitely very interested in signing up but I'm a little confused haha
So since we are losing the performance aspect of RMBI we are going to increase the amount and types of seminars and masterclasses that we will be providing. Hopefully include breakout sessions, private lessons will still be available. Lots of possibilities. (It's also cheaper since it's online)
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