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Young Women Composer Camp

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https://www.youngwomencomposers.org/home/

Spend two weeks in July in classes and workshops studying with Erin Busch (Composition and Theory), Julia Alford (Composition and Theory), Cynthia Folio (Composition and Theory), Sabrina Clarke (Composition and Theory), Maurice Wright (Orchestration), Julie Bishop (Writing for Voice), Adam Vidiksis (Electronic Music History and Composition), Marianne Gruzwalski (Chorale), Brittany Ann Tranbaugh (Song Writing), and Chelsea Reed (Jazz Composition and Improvisation).  

Classes:  

Composition Workshop (daily)
Theory & Ear-Training (daily)
Chorale (daily)
Individual Composition Time (daily)
Private Composition Lessons (once a week)
Writing for String Instruments
Writing for Brass Instruments
Writing for Wind Instruments
Writing for Percussion
Writing for Voice and Setting Text
Electronic Music Composition
History of Electronic Music
Jazz Composition and Improvisation
College Prep and Concert Organization
Songwriting
Orchestration (one session per instrument family)
Engraving and Notation

Student works will be performed at the end of the session.  Beginning students are welcome.  All women between the ages of 14 and 19 are encouraged to apply.  

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I should make my own "composers' camp" and make it so only blonde people can attend. Makes just as much sense as this nonsense, besides, what's with just dropping this here as advertisement? Come on now.

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Eh?  Women are still seriously under-represented as composers, so it makes perfect sense to me.  And sleep away summer camp programs are frequently separated by gender.  That's hardly something new.  This sounds like a great opportunity for some of our younger site visitors who are prepping portfolios for college admissions. 

We all post information about concerts, books, recordings, competitions, and workshops here, so that people can explore them if they are interested.  It doesn't imply affiliation or personal profit.  I'm not affiliated with this camp. 

If no one here shared information, what would be the point?  It's the internet.  That's what it's for.  

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