FAYETTEVILLE SYMPHONY

Middle School Brass & Woodwind Summer Music Camps

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

Middle School Brass & Woodwind Camps: July 26-30, 2021 at 9am-2pm, Berean Baptist Church (517 Glensford Dr.)

About

Middle School Brass and Woodwind Camps are day camps focused on getting students back into playing shape in time for the school year. This camp will be highly individualized with small ensemble playing opportunities and daily group instruction.

  • Time: July 26-30 @ 9am-2pm
  • Location: Berean Baptist Church (517 Glensford Dr., Fayetteville, NC)
  • Age: 12-13 (or in Grades 7 or 8 for the 2021-2022 school year)
  • Instruments: French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon
  • Price: $150 per-student for the week
  • Registration Deadline: July 21, 2021

What to Expect

  • Instruction and coaching with professional musicians of the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra
  • Small ensemble playing, to help each individual excel on their instrument, while learning to build musicianship by working in a collaborative setting
  • Group discussions on fundamentals, intonation, technique, repertoire, auditions, and much more!
  • End of Camp Concert on the last day of camp
  • Music will be distributed the first day of camp
  • Lunch will NOT be included this year to maintain safety. All students will need to bring their own lunch each day.

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

Masks will be required for brass and woodwind students when they are not playing. All students will be seated socially distanced. The number of participants will be determined based on the latest indoor capacity limits set by the state. If a student is sick they will not be allowed to attend the camp. Temperature checks will be taken upon arrival each day.

Registration

Please fill out the registration form and pay the registration fee by July 21, 2021. Registration fee is $150 per-student for the week.

Featured Musician

Lilian-Terri Dahlenburg

Lilian-Terri Dahlenburg joins the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra as principal viola with the start of the 2018-2019 season.  Born and raised in Australia, Lilian-Terri began studies on the violin and then switched to viola during her undergraduate degree.  She holds associate music diplomas from the Australian Music Examinations Board in violin and viola, bachelor of music from the University of Melbourne and an honours degree from the Elder Conservatorium, South Australia.  She has been a participant in the Australian Festival of Chamber Music and orchestral training programs with the Melbourne Youth Orchestra, Australian Youth Orchestra, Tasmanian and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras.
Prior to coming to the United States, Lilian-Terri was based in Adelaide, South Australia where she was teaching violin and viola privately and in schools including Prince Alfred College and for the junior program at the Elder Conservatorium.  She was also a member of the Zephyr String Quartet where she performed across a range of genres and collaborated with art forms such as painting, dance and poetry.  During her time with the quartet they received an APRA/AMCOS Australian Art Music Award.  Performances included the Adelaide and Perth Fringe Festivals, the Edinburgh International Festival with the Leigh Warren Dance Company and for the Australian Embassy in Manila, Philippines.
In 2012 Lilian-Terri was a recipient of a teaching assistantship at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where she completed a master of music degree.  She continued further studies in Boston as the Jack Megan Outreach Scholar with a teaching assistantship at the Longy School of Music of Bard College where she holds a graduate performance diploma.  Lilian-Terri has been a participant at the Colorado College Music Festival (2014) and was awarded a full scholarship to participate in the Cremona International Music Academy in Italy (2016).  She has also adjudicated for the Massachusetts Music Educators All-State Orchestra program (2014, 2015, 2017).
Lilian-Terri moved to North Carolina in 2017 and resides in Winston-Salem with her husband, violinist Andy Licht and their cat, Gussie.  Outside of music she enjoys hiking, creating macramé pieces and fueling an obsession with creating an indoor jungle at home.

To Educate. To Entertain. To Inspire.

The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1956 in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and is a professional, regional orchestra whose mission is to educate, entertain, and inspire the citizens of the Fayetteville, North Carolina region as the leading musical resource.  Praised for its artistic excellence, the Symphony leads in the cultural and educational landscape for Fayetteville and the southeastern North Carolina region.

The Fayetteville Symphony typically performs 8 concerts during any given season performing both at Methodist University and Fayetteville State University. Partnerships with other agencies include collaborative performances with Cape Fear Regional Theatre, chamber concerts at St. John’s Episcopal Church, as well as the city’s annual Independence concert with fireworks. The Symphony brings music to the schools and the community by performing educational concerts, as well as having its own Fayetteville Symphony Youth Orchestra, after school strings and summer music camps.

This organization is supported in part by a space grant from the BB&T Term Endowment of Cumberland Community Foundation, Inc.


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