Instrument Days & Workshops | LSU School of Music

Instrument Days & Workshops

Throughout the academic year, the LSU School of Music hosts a variety of instrument days, master classes, conferences, festivals and workshops. These special events cover a wide range of disciplines and interests. Information, registration forms and other related materials can be found on this page for each event, if applicable.

  Spring 2018

Stately Oaks Band Festival

April 5 - 7, 2018

This weekend camp is designed for high school band students in the 9th through 12th grades. Students will participate in full band rehearsals and master classes led by the LSU music faculty and staff.

Participants will also attend a special Collage Concert, featuring the LSU Department of Bands and School of Music, as well as perform in a final concert on Saturday afternoon that is free and open to the public.

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  Summer 2018

Stately Oaks Summer Camp

June 10 - 15, 2018

This is an intensive summer music camp for high school students accepted by audition only. Students will study privately on their instrument, as well as in chamber groups, with accomplished professionals from LSU and abroad. 

Any students wishing to audition for the Honors Track should prepare a solo piece of their choosing that showcases their abilities. Auditions will take place on the first day of camp. Students who are not selected for the Honors Track will automatically be placed on the Concert Band track and will not require a second audition.

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Tigerland Auxiliary and Leadership Camp

June 15 - 17, 2018

TALC is geared to give high school students a great experience while gaining the skills to return to their band programs ready to go for the coming year!

We are proud to have partnered with Conn Selmer to bring you the absolute best instruction from educators Amanda Drinkwater, of the national champion program Marcus High School, and Richard Saucedo formerly with the world champion Cavaliers.

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Making Music with Ease

June 18 - 22, 2018

Exploring the benefits of the Alexander Technique and Body Mapping, this interactive workshop is designed for musicians (performers and teachers) who wish to reduce tension, pain, and stress while increasing efficient, coordinated body movements.