2021 Summer Brass Boot Camp
GET READY FOR YOUR YOUTH ORCHESTRA AUDITIONS AND SCHOOL ENSEMBLE PLACEMENTS
The Boot Camp is an intensive week of instruction, masterclasses, theory, small and large ensemble training and supervised practice for trumpet, french horn, trombone, euphonium and tuba players. All levels are accepted, grades 6 and up (your grade for the start of the 2021 school year), including a new hybrid program for college students to include playing, teaching and conducting.
- Monday, August 9th through Friday, August 13th from 9:00 to 5:00 at Temple Beth Ami in Potomac, MD.
- Saturday, August 14th will be the camp recital.
Two Levels For Musicians
Both middle and high school brass programs will be going simultaneously and organized into two levels. Both will share rotating faculty and will feature small ensembles, choirs, private coaching, theory, games and exercises to improve your playing abilities.
Boot Camp Blue
Blue will be focused on the older and more advanced level students.
Boot Camp Gold
Gold will be concentrating on younger and more intermediate level students.
Housing & Meals
For out of town guests, host families are available at an additional cost but inquire soon as space is limited. If you are interested in hosting please contact us as well. Lunch may be brought in, or bought locally with an off-campus release form.
Tuition is $699
Need based scholarships are available. Please inquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org
To enroll, please complete the ONLINE FORM and submit a recording or link to a performance of a lyrical etude or solo piece (3 minutes or less) which demonstrate your skill level. Include on your recording your name, age, instrument, and title of piece. This will be used for us to prepare and assign the small ensemble groups and not for admission purposes.
Space is limited!
Please use the link to pay online or send a check payable to:
Washington Brass Institute
9910 Willow Tree Terrace
Rockville, MD 20850
"I highly recommend the Washington Brass Summer Boot Camp hosted by Ken Wolff. Ken’s young high school students are showing up everywhere at colleges and universities including the Juilliard."
- Joseph Alessi, Principal Trombone, New York Philharmonic