Camps and Festivals

Camps and Festivals

Winter Festival January 19-21, 2018 · Westbrook Music Building

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The Winter Festival is a unique concert band and chamber ensemble festival for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. The festival is designed to give participants an outstanding and comprehensive playing experience. Festival participants are chosen through a recorded audition process. Students attending the festival are involved in three different ensembles: an honor band; a chamber ensemble coached by one of the Glenn Korff School of Music's talented applied wind and percussion faculty; and a large symphonic band that combines the festival honor band with the University Wind Ensemble. Students also participate in a masterclass with the applied wind and percussion faculty.
If you have questions, please email the Band Office or call 402/472-2505.

Deadline: November 22, 2017
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Winter Festival

Double Reed Day February 10, 2018 · Westbrook Music Building

Double Reed Day
Featuring master classes and sessions with Glenn Korff School of Music professor Dr. William McMullen, and Special Guest Artists.

Deadline: February 10, 2018
Related website:
Double Reed Day Homepage

Chamber Music Institute (CMI) June 3-10, 2018 · Kimball Recital Hall

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Lessons in Performance, Composition, & Entrepreneurship. For superb young artists who love chamber music and who wish to explore careers in chamber music performance. With special guest artists and members of the UNL Faculty 

Deadline: March 1, 2018

Flute Day March 10, 2018 · Kimball Recital Hall

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Flute Day is here again! High school flutists will perform in morning master classes with Dr. Bailey, UNL professor of flute, and guest collegiate flutists perform in the afternoon master class. There will be a flute choir reading session for all participants (bring your flutes!) and a showcase recital featuring UNL flutists performing flute and piano and flute solo works. Requests to play in the master classes will be honored as received, with preference given to 11th and 12th graders and visiting college flutists. Younger flutists will be selected as space permits. Those selected to play in the master classes will be contacted. For more information, please contact John Bailey, 402.472.2651 or  jbailey1@unl.edu

Deadline: March 10, 2018
Related website:
Flute Festival Homepage

Midwest ClariFest April 7, 2018 · Westbrook Recital Hall

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Hosted by Dr. Diane Barger, Professor of Clarinet.
The event will feature master classes and performances from Dr. Barger and special guest artists. 

Deadline: April 7, 2018
Related website:
Midwest ClariFest Homepage