The Stetson University Clarinet Clinic is an intense weeklong event focusing on the fundamental principles of clarinet performance, including performing in large and chamber ensembles and participating in master and performance classes. All participants will play in a clarinet choir and a chamber ensemble and are eligible to audition to perform a solo during the Student Honors Recital to be presented on Thursday evening. The final concert includes performances by the clarinet choirs and selected chamber ensembles.
The 7th Annual Stetson University Clarinet Clinic will be offered this summer on Stetson University's historic DeLand campus. The weeklong event is open to clarinetists entering 7th through 12th grade.
- Dr. Shawn Copeland, Adjunct Professor of Clarinet, High Point University; Lecturer, Alexander Technique, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique
- Dr. Lynn Musco, Professor of Clarinet, Stetson University; Artist/Clinician Buffet Group USA; BG Frank Bichon
- Andrea Newhouse, Band and Orchestra Director, Seminole High School
- Dr. Douglas Phillips, Visiting Professor/Director of Bands, Stetson University
- Jessica Hall Speak, Adjunct Professor of Clarinet, Stetson University
Registration Deadline: June 1, 2013
Tuition (Resident): $550 (includes instruction, t-shirt, room and board)
Tuition (Commuter): $425 (includes instruction, t-shirt, lunches and dinners)
Participants will be housed in the Stetson University residence halls, eat in the student cafeteria and have access to all campus recreational facilities. Counselors will stay in the residence halls with the participants. Participants are supervised at all times.
If you have any questions please contact:
- Lynn Musco, Professor of Clarinet