For violin, cello, viola, and bass players
Middle and high school students who have at least one year of training, intermediate to advanced, are invited to the Sugar Creek String Camp! This 3-day camp will include small group ensemble instruction from professionals on sight reading, playing and practice techniques, region/all-state music, orchestral playing and theory. There will be a group performance with a reception to follow on the last day of camp, August 7, at 7 PM.
$150 – Early Bird Registration through May 30
$175 – Late Registration June 1 through July 15
For more information, please contact Ruthie Hensley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 281.242.2858, ext. 1106.
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MONDAY – WEDNESDAY | 9 AM -3 PM
9 AM ———————————————- ETUDE #1 AND #2
11 AM ——————————————— STRING ORCHESTRA
12 PM ——————————————– LUNCH* & GAMES
12:45 PM ————————————— STRING ORCHESTRA
2 PM ——————————————— CHAMBER MUSIC
9 AM ——————————————– STRING ORCHESTRA
12 PM —————————————– LUNCH* & GAMES
12:45 PM ———————————— INSTRUMENT BREAKOUTS
2 PM —————————————– CHAMBER MUSIC
7 PM WEDNESDAY——————— CONCERT & RECEPTION
* Lunch is provided, if you have special dietary needs please bring your own lunch.
Amy Mathis graduated with a degree in violin performance from Wichita State University. She has performed with the Wichita Symphony and Grand Opera, The River Cities Symphony, University of Houston Orchestra and more. She has taught lessons for over 25 years. Amy is a certified Suzuki instructor and past president of the Southeast Texas Suzuki Association.
Natalie Mann is originally from Oklahoma. She started playing violin at age 6. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Houston. She currently plays with the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra and is an active freelance performer in the Houston area. Natalie has been teaching privately for 6 years and operates a private studio out of her home.
Erika Johnson is a native Houstonian and a graduate of the University of Houston. She currently serves as Assistant Principal Cello of both the Houston Grand Opera and the Houston Ballet. She enjoys using her varied performance experiences to teach students how to express emotion through various styles and how to enjoy practicing and performing.
Vicky Perez was born in Venezuela started playing guitar and mandolin at age 15. Vicky earned her degree in Music Education in 2013 from the National University of Arts in Caracas. She was a member of the “Caracas Symphony Orchestra” for 7 years and toured throughout Europe and Asia. Currently, Vicky performs with various ensembles in the Houston area and maintains an active studio in her home.