Summer Chamber Winds at off the WALL Annex (25 W. Main St., Carnegie)
Woodwind and brass students of all ability levels will have the opportunity to keep their chops in shape over the summer while performing an exciting variety of chamber music, and can expand their musical boundaries by exploring conducting, arranging, and improvisation. The class will culminate with a recording session open to friends and family, and all students will receive a souvenir CD of the performance. Maximum class size: 15 students. Reserve now!
Mondays and Wednesdays, July 3 – Aug 9 (6 weeks)
Middle School Session (5th-8th grade): 10:00-11:30am
High School Session (9th-12th grade): 1:00-2:30pm
$175.00 per student – Early Bird Rate through May 15 (Sign up NOW and SAVE!)
$200.00 per student – beginning May 16th
Sibling Discount – If registering more than one child, save $50 EACH!
About the instructor:
Emily Cook is a Pittsburgh-based clarinetist and educator. She holds a degree in music education and completed two graduate degrees at Duquesne University, where she was fortunate to work closely with members of the Pittsburgh Symphony. Emily’s recent performances have ranged from appearing with the Johnstown Symphony and playing bass clarinet alongside an erhu and Brazilian percussion with the Afro-Yaqui Music Collective, a jazz/world fusion ensemble, to improvising acoustic sets to open for touring punk bands as part of the Pariah Dog trio. She particularly enjoys working with composers to premiere new works and introducing students to music they’ve never heard before.