The 9th Annual Northeast Kansas Total Percussion Camp at Washburn University will include ensembles, clinics, and concerts that cover the wide range of percussion. Students will be involved in marching percussion ensembles, drumset classes, percussion ensembles, and will attend clinics and concerts featuring such things as jazz and Afro-Cuban ensembles in addition to classical timpani and keyboard percussion. Campers will stay in the Living Learning Center on the Washburn campus and dine in the university dining hall. On Saturday, parents will be invited to join the camp for a picnic dinner and a concert featuring all the campers performing in the various ensembles they have been working in all week.
The 2013 camp will feature, among others:
Dr. Lisa Rogers - director of percussion at Texas Tech University and past president of the Percussive Arts Society
Dr. Tom Morgan - director of percussion at Washburn University
Keith Larson - director of the Keith Larson Drum Studio in Kansas City and one of the most respected percussion teacher/performers/composers in the mid-west
Ginger Zyskowski - director of the Professional Drum School in Hutchinson, Kansas and respected performer/composer.
Doug Auwarter - drummer for the Sons of Brazil and an expert on Afro-Cuban and Brazilian drumming styles
Brandon Graves - percussion instructor for The Culture House School of Music in Kansas City; director of the Kansas University Drumline; freelance drumset artist
If you have questions, feel free to call Dr. Tom Morgan (Camp Director) at 785.670.1521, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.