Steve Zegree Vocal Jazz Camp
The STEVE ZEGREE VOCAL JAZZ CAMP will be held June23-28, 2013 at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.
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Experience and enjoy learning the techniques, fundamentals, professional, artistic and educational philosophies, and the fun and excitement behind the highly successful, internationally renowned Gold Company Program at the STEVE ZEGREE VOCAL JAZZ SUMMER CAMP held at Indiana University!!
For high school and college students, teachers and professors at all levels, rhythm section players (piano, bass and drums), amateur and professional singers. Teachers may bring a student or two to help get a “jumpstart” on the new year. Space in our summer camp is limited to 40 participants, and reservations will be accepted on a first-come basis.Join us for some vocal jazz fun, education, energy and inspiration, June 23-28, 2013. Register now and reserve your spot!
All camp participants receive four PRIVATE coachings and perform solos with a professional jazz trio "live"
International campers (students and teachers) may need to apply for a visa in order to attend our camp. Please plan to apply for your visa at least 6 - 8 weeks prior to the camp.
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Due to the limited number of campers we accept and our wonderful staff-student ratio, all campers receive personal attention. TEACHERS have the opportunity to improve their rehearsal skills during the week and conduct an ensemble on the final concert. The final concert typically includes 18 group vocal pieces performed by the campers!!!!
High school students (minimum age/grade for camper is rising high school freshman) are closely supervised by camp staff, and are assigned a counselor in the residence hall.
Sessions and Topics include:
- Large Ensemble Rehearsal Techniques
- Combo and Solo Singing
- Private Solo Jazz Voice Coachings
- Sound Systems
- Jazz Theory and Arranging
- Rhythm Section Concepts
- Working in a Recording Studio
- New Music Reading Sessions
- How to Develop a Professional Career in Music
- Sight-reading skills
- Thoughts from "The Dean"!!!!
- Dr. Steve Zegree, Artistic Director