UTSA to host flute camp for young musicians
(April 26, 2004)--The sixth annual UTSA Flute Camp, set for June 14-18 at the 1604 Campus Arts Building, will give area middle and high school students the opportunity to sharpen their skills under the direction of Rita Linard, UTSA assistant professor of music.
Conducted each day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the camp is open to young flutists with at least one year of playing experience. Linard and a team of instructors will teach classes on tone development and technique.
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Tuition for the camp is $120, with a June 1 application deadline. Participants are asked to bring their own flutes and piccolos, but alto and bass flutes will be available at the camp.
A final concert at 3 p.m., Friday, June 18 in the Arts Building Recital Hall is free and open to the public.
The concert will include a performance of the All-Star Flute Choir and other flute groups. The program will feature transcriptions of orchestral music and original compositions for the flute choir.