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Carolina Flute Camp
Camp | Retreat
Date: July 28, 2014
Time: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Riverview Presbyterian Church / Fort Mill SDA Church
124 N Sutton Rd
Fort Mill, SC 29708

Contact: Melissa Grey
Phone: (734) 531-8948
Email: carolinaflute@gmail.com
Site: www.carolinaflute.com

The Carolina Flute Camp is open to all flutists regardless of age and playing level. Daily classes will provide skills to improve tone, technique, and musicianship. This day camp will help students learn by hands-on activities, master classes, as well as experiencing recitals by the clinicians. The flute camp will be in a Christian atmosphere encouraging musicians to thrive in various circumstances including performances (church, school, and community events), competitions, and daily practice.

Participants of the five day workshop will get to observe and perform in all classes, activities, light lunch, and recital. Participants will also receive some supplemental materials at no additional cost. $100 per person

Non performing attendees may observe events, and enjoy a light lunch. $80 per person / three days

Daily Drop In Rates will be $40 per person

Recital will be free and open to the public. Register at www.carolinaflute.com




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