Campers participate in several intensive days of flute study, from Tuesday evening to Saturday morning. The camp culminates in a demonstration performance for parents, family and friends on Saturday, 11:00 a.m.
The camp is open to junior high school and high school age flute players. All participants will receive individual instruction as well as small group instruction. Campers will be grouped according to age and ability and will spend several hours each day in chamber music rehearsals, as well as spend time working with faculty and staff coaches.
Placement Auditions will be held during check-in on Tuesday, July 8, 2014. All campers should be prepared to play a variety of scales and an etude or solo of their choice. Campers should also expect to sight-read a selection that will be made available at the audition.
The camp faculty is comprised primarily of the Mansfield University Music Department and is augmented by individuals in the music field who are outstanding players and teachers. Camp counselors are selected Mansfield University alumni and music majors and will also serve as teaching staff by helping to coach master classes and chamber ensembles. The counselor to camper ratio is 1:10. Campers and counselors live in the campus residence hall and eat in the campus cafeteria.
Dr. Christine Moulton, Assistant Professor of Flute at Mansfield University of PA, is a member of the Manhattan Contemporary Chamber Ensemble and the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra. She performs in the annual Finger Lakes Chamber Music Festival every summer and with groups such as the Philadelphia Boys Choir and in the Savoy Company’s Gilbert & Sullivan productions in Philadelphia. As an orchestral musician she has performed with orchestras including the The Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, Allentown Symphony, the Northeastern PA Philharmonic, Lehigh Valley Chamber Orchestra and Bach Choir of Bethlehem and participated in the Spoleto Festivals both in the USA and Italy. Dr. Moulton has served on the teaching faculties at the Manhattan School of Music, Northampton Community College and the Community Music School of Allentown.
She performed two new pieces for flute & strings at the 2012 National Flute Convention in Las Vegas. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the Boston Conservatory of Music, Masters of Music from Manhattan School of Music and a DMA from Rutgers University. She serves as Secretary of the Marcel Moyse Society
For further information contact the Music Department by calling (570) 662-4710.
Dates: July 8-12, 2014
Ages: 13 - 18
Residential Fee: $310
(includes instruction, all meals, & lodging)
Commuter Fee: $260
(includes instruction, lunch, & dinner)
Non-refundable Deposit: $75
(Required at the time of registration)
Balance of Payment Due:
June 30, 2014
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Final concert will be held Saturday, July 12 at 11:00 am.