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Now in our 16th Year!
St. Mary’s School 183 High Ridge Avenue, Monday, July 15th – Friday, July 19th, 2013
10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Final Concert: Friday, July 19th 3:00 p.m.
Harpist Wendy Kerner 203-554-0267 Flutist Jessica Raposo 203-858-7992 EARLY REGISTRATION FEE DEADLINE: May 15, 2013 Overview:
Now in its sixteenth year, the Elyrica Summer Music Program was founded and is run
by some of the leading instrumental instructors and performers on the East Coast.
The program offers intensive performance and educational opportunities in chamber
music for harp and flute. The Elyrica Summer Chamber Music Program will take
place in a beautiful school facility in Ridgefield, CT that is fully air conditioned, and is
open to students of all levels, age 8 to adult. Music is arranged individually for each
student’s level and ability. Students enjoy a variety of opportunities at the Elyrica
program, including harp orchestra, flute choir, small ensemble playing (duos, trios)
and instrumental classes. Elyrica also includes a number of different music
workshops. These classes will have a variety of themes such as: Instrumental
Performance Techniques, Rhythm Workshop, History of the Instrument, Stage
Presence and an Open Rehearsal by the Faculty.
Elyrica features a supportive, non-competitive environment, with great learning, and
a balance of challenge and fun. Music is arranged for each participant, tailored to
their specific level, and is sent out to each performer at the beginning of the summer.
Each Elyrica day will include a communal lunch and free time. On Friday afternoon,
after our pizza lunch, we will have a fun Talent Show where participants can show
everyone their non flute and harp skills! The program concludes with a gala concert
event that will include performances by student chamber groups as well as faculty
members. The gala final concert will take place at 3PM on Friday, July 19th, followed
by a grand reception.
Comments from past participants:
“ It was fun to meet new friends that can make music with me.”
“My music reading skills really improved, my posture, my sound and my intonation!”
“Always a worthwhile week!”
“Beautiful music – I really enjoyed the music selections & arrangements.”
“I really enjoyed the program. I want to come back next year.”

Look for “Elyrica Camp” on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube,
including a video from last year’s camp!

The Faculty:
Harpist WENDY KERNER, Director
is a graduate of The Juilliard School and was
presented in her New York Debut in Carnegie Recital Hall as a winner of the Artists
International Competition and is also a winner of the American Harp Society Concert Artist
Program. Described by The New York Times as "first-rate", she has performed extensively
throughout the United States and for the World Harp Congress in Paris, France. Ms. Kerner
has taught seminars at The Juilliard School, the University of Redlands, California and the
University of North Texas. Ms. Kerner is the principal harpist of the Bridgeport, Ridgefield
and Norwalk Symphonies. She performs with numerous chamber music ensembles,
including The Glorian Duo (harp and flute) which won the Silver Prize in the National Flute
Association’s Chamber Music competition, and has a CD Sounds of the Seine on the Delos
International label. Ms. Kerner maintains an active private teaching studio in New Canaan,
CT. Her students have won prizes from the Stamford Symphony, the CT Chapter of the
American Harp Society, the Schubert Club, and Manhattanville College.
Flutist JESSICA RAPOSO, who joins Elyrica in 2013, is a freelance flutist, conductor and
teacher in Fairfield County. She has earned music degrees from the University of Michigan,
the Royal Academy of Music (London), and the University of British Columbia (Vancouver).
In addition to her busy private teaching studio, Jessica teaches at Fairfield University, the
Norwalk and Naugatuck Valley community colleges, and Jackson State Community College
(TN). She also conducts the flute choirs of the Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic
program. Her varied and extensive background has helped her develop a strong, effective
and fun teaching style through her 20 years of teaching. Her orchestral experience includes
the Vancouver Symphony, Burnaby Symphony (principal flute), Michigan Pops Orchestra
(principal flute), and the Rome Festival Orchestra. An avid chamber musician, Jessica
frequently performs in various woodwind and flute/string ensembles. She performed for Sir
James Galway at the University of British Columbia’s FluteFest in 2005, and won the 2007
National Flute Association’s Piccolo Masterclass Competition. She is the NFA’s Research
Committee Chair, and the Connecticut Music Educator’s Association’s State Judge Chair.
A versatile artist, Brandee Younger is a classically trained harpist also active in jazz and
popular music. She is noted for her work with saxophonist Ravi Coltrane and has worked
with many jazz greats including Jack DeJohnette, Charlie Haden and Reggie Workman. She
has also appeared on recordings with popular artists including Common, Ryan Leslie and
Drake and is featured on John Legend's forthcoming release "Love in the Future." Brandee
grew up on Long Island, NY and earned her undergraduate degrees in Harp Performance
and Music Management at the Hartt School of the University of Hartford and earned her
graduate degree in Music Performance and Composition at New York University. She is the
Vice President of the Long Island Chapter of the American Harp Society and is on the harp
faculty at Adelphi University, the Greenwich House Music School and a resident performing
artist at the Cicily Tyson School of Performing Arts.
Elyrica 2013. All details subject to change.

Open to the Public with Reception Following. 2013 ELYRICA SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC PROGRAM
Application Form

Phone:__________________ Email:__________________Instrument:_________________
Teacher:_____________________________Teacher's Phone Number:_________________
Teacher's email:__________________________________________
Please Indicate: Are You an Adult?__________ If not, please list your age: _________
Your Level
: Beginner____ Intermediate____ Advanced Intermediate____ Advanced____

How long have you played your instrument?_______
Do you play other instruments?________
If so, which instruments and for how long?________________________________________

Please list your most recent solos/chamber music/method book:_____________________
Participants must bring their own instruments. There will be a place to lock the
instruments overnight. If that is a problem, please contact us.

What type of harp you play:
Lever _______ Pedal _______ Number of Strings_________

Please indicate the
model of harp you play:_______________________________________

Is there any small ensemble music that you would like to work on in at Elyrica (duos or
trios for harps, flutes or both)? No____ Yes____ Please give title and composer:

Auditions may be needed to properly place some students as a means of ensuring that all
students are challenged appropriately.
Please bring your lunch each day; there is a refrigerator for storage; drinks will be
Would you be willing to host an Elyrica Participant from out of the area, who would pay
you for their room and board? Yes _____ No______
Do you have a parent or family member who might be interested in helping during the
session? Yes_____ No _____
Please detail: ________________________________________________________________

Form continued on next page . . .
Application Form – Page 2.
Applying For:

FEE is $495.00 for the session including all classes and performing opportunities.
Application deadline is May 15, 2013.
If the date has past, space may not available. Please call
to check if it is still available. A late fee of $110.00 will apply for applications received after
that date.
Limited scholarship assistance is available. This includes working scholarships (helping with harp
tuning for a reduced rate, etc.) as well as assistance for those in need. Please inquire.

Your Check to Elyrica:

Regular Registration before May 15th: $495.00 _____
Registration after May 15th: $595.00 _____
Other: ________________________________________________
Please explain_____________________________Fee:_________

Private Lessons:

Would you like to have a private lesson during the week of Elyrica? This would entail an additional fee, dependent on the length of the lesson, but we will arrange a time with you if you would like that to be a part of the week. Yes, I would like to have a private lesson: ___________
Is there a day that would be best for you?______________ I would prefer 45 minutes_______ 60 minutes_________
Please make all checks to ELYRICA
. Mail to: 176 Logan Road, New Canaan, CT 06840 along
with the two pages of this application form.

Refund policy: Refunds will be given upon request before May 20, 2013. After that time refunds
cannot be given due to the time and costs involved in setting up the ensemble groups, writing,
copying and sending parts, hiring faculty and other allocation of funds.



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