A $200.00 non-refundable deposit is due with your application. The final balance is due on the first day of camp. All checks made payable to Jennifer Lapple.
The following is included with your tuition:
Daily camp activities:
Instruction with our outstanding faculty in large ensemble settings, faculty side-by-side chamber groups, instrumental choirs and daily workshops and seminars (Art of Performing, Instrument Repair with RiceClarinetWorks)
Admission to featured performance on Saturday, July 20 for the World Premiere of the 2019 Commissioned Work composed by Resident Composer, Andrés Carizzo
Students will participate in various workshops and clinics presented by our Resident Composer, Andrés Carizzo from Thursday, July 18 - Saturday, July 20 (including performance and composition workshops!)
Participation and/or access to several featured Guest Artist Master Classes:
Ian Tyson, NYC Clarinetist, Former Clarinetist with United States Air Force Bands, Tuesday, July 23, Recital & Master class
Alberto Almarza, Flute Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, Wednesday, July 17, Recital & Master Class
Master Class with Guest Artist, Amal Gochenour, Piccoloist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Monday, July 22
Attendance at Guest Artist Recitals:
Faculty Artist Showcase Recitals, featuring solo and chamber performances by faculty members
Access to our outstanding Pianist, Dr. Ina Mirtcheva-Blevins, who will be available for student rehearsals, performances, collaborations, questions and more!