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					State Music Camp
hosts an annual camp
that provides a
challenging classical        28 June –
                             3 July
music experience             2010
that is engaging,
inspirational and
enriching for players
and conductors.
 At camp I play
“ music and
great
meet new friends.
Emma –           ”
12 years




                             PATRON
                             Prof John Hopkins OBE
                             GUEST ARTIST
                             Geoffrey Payne
                             Principal trumpet, MSO
                             CAMP LOCATION
                             Cripps Centre
                             Caulfield Grammar School
                             217 Glen Eira Road
                             Elsternwick Victoria
                             CONCERT
                             Saturday 3 July 2010
   STATE MUSIC CAMP Inc      7.30 pm
   ABN 94 627 526 784        Robert Blackwood Hall
   14 Boardman Street        Monash University
   East Malvern 3145         Wellington Road
   info@statemusiccamp.com   Clayton Victoria
   statemusiccamp.com.au
BISHOP ORCHESTRA                                 ALEXANDER ORCHESTRA                             SCOTT STRING ORCHESTRA                           THOMSON STRING
AMEB Grade 6+ or equivalent                      AMEB Grade 5+ or equivalent                     AMEB Grade 4+ or equivalent                      ORCHESTRA
Full day 9.00 am – 3.30 pm                       Full day 9.00 am – 3.30 pm                      Half day 9.00 am – 12.30 pm                      AMEB Preliminary to Grade 4
                                                                                                                                                  Half day 9.00 am – 12.30 pm
CONDUCTOR                                        CONDUCTOR                                       CONDUCTOR                                        CONDUCTOR
KEITH CRELLIN OAM                                DAVID SUMMERTON                                 PAUL JONES                                       TANIA CASEY
Keith Crellin is head of the String              David commenced his musical career as a         Paul Jones studied the ‘cello at The             Tania Casey’s first musical experiences
Department and Conductor in Residence            member of the RAAF Central Band and             University of Melbourne with Marianne            were at her father’s knee, listening to him
at the Elder School of Music at The              during this time undertook a Bachelor           Hunt and John Kennedy. His professional          as he played his violin in styles from Bach
University of Adelaide. He is also the           of Education (Music) at The University          playing has included orchestral, chamber         to Bohemian.
Artistic Director and conductor of the           of Melbourne.                                   and solo engagements.
Adelaide Youth Orchestra.                                                                                                                         She studied the violin and viola, and
                                                 During the 1980’s David performed as a          As a member of baroque ensembles, a              majored in the viola at the Victorian College
Keith’s distinguished career began in 1972       freelance musician performing with the          medium in which he has specialised, he has       of the Arts. She also studied voice and
when he became the first violist to win the      Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the               made numerous recordings for the ABC and         conducting and has established a career in
ABC Young Performers Award. He is now            Victorian State Opera and the Australian        radio 3MBS.                                      string teaching and choral music, which she
recognised as a dedicated and inspiring          Pops Orchestra.                                                                                  combines with her work as a freelance
teacher who has established himself as one                                                       For more than a quarter of a century Paul        musician and conductor.
of Australia's leading soloists and chamber      David joined the Music staff at Ruyton Girls’   has taught the ‘cello and conducted orchestras
music players.                                   School and became its Musical Director soon     in specialist music schools such as Balwyn       Tania is passionate about the education
                                                 afterwards. Under his direction the Music       High School, Blackburn High School and           of young students, and has taught in Junior
Keith has held senior leadership positions       Department flourished and Ruyton                MacRobertson Girls’ High School. From            String programs at St Margaret’s School,
at the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music,        ensembles received commendable results at       1993 -1997 he was Instrumental Music             Xavier College, Brighton Grammar
the Tasmanian Youth Orchestra and was a          competitions and eisteddfods.                   Coordinator for the schools in the Victorian     School and Wesley College. She currently
founding member of the Rialannah String                                                          Department of Education’s Eastern Region         co-ordinates the Junior String program at
Quartet. He has performed with the               David studied conducting at Monash              and from 1998 - 2008 was Director of Music       Haileybury College, and is the Music Director
Petra String Quartet and the Australian          University with Robert Rosen and later with     at Balwyn High School, where he is               of the Berwick Youth Choir at National and
Contemporary Music Ensemble. He was a            Tom Dvorak, Director of Bands at The            currently Head of Strings.                       State Music Camps throughout Australia.
founding member of the Australian String         University of Milwaukee & Wisconsin.
Quartet, with which he travelled widely                                                          Paul has regularly been engaged as a guest
throughout Australia, overseas and made          David has conducted a range of school and       conductor, presenter and adjudicator and is
numerous recordings.                             community ensembles including school            currently an Assistant Chief Assessor in
                                                 choirs, orchestras and bands, Melbourne         Music Solo Performance for the Victorian
He has conducted concerts and recordings         Youth Music Summer School orchestras            Curriculum and Assessment Authority.
with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra,           and has undertaken conducting workshops
the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and has          in schools.                                     Paul has conducted award-winning orches-
been guest conductor at National and State                                                       tras at all schools in which he has taught,
music camps throughout Australia.                In 2008 David completed a Master of Music       and performances of his orchestras have been
                                                 Degree at the University of Melbourne and       broadcast on radio 3MBS.
                                                 studied orchestral conducting with Prof John
                                                 Hopkins OBE, choral conducting with             He has always been a strong advocate for the
                                                 Richard Gill and band conducting with           advancement of fine string playing in schools
                                                 Dr Rob McWilliams.                              and loves working with young string players
                                                                                                 of all ages.
                                                 David is Head of Music, Caulfield Campus,
                                                 Caulfield Grammar School.




AUDITIONS                                     CONDITIONS                                         CAULFIELD GRAMMAR
Sunday 23 May 2010                            1/ Payment by EFT/cheque/Money Order               SCHOOL
from 9.00 am                                     must be received prior to audition
                                              .                                                  Since its foundation in 1881, Caulfield
APPLICATIONS                                  2/ A full refund of fees, minus                    Grammar School has become one of
Close Friday 30 April 2010                       a $10 administration fee, will be               Australia’s leading co-educational schools
All students wishing to attend State Music       made if applicants withdraw                     with three metropolitan campuses, a rural
                                                 BEFORE the audition day or                      campus at Yarra Junction and an
Camp must audition on this date.                                                                 international campus in Nanjing. The
Application forms can be downloaded              audition and are not accepted.
                                                                                                 Caulfield Campus’ Cripps Centre provides
from our website.                             3/ A 10% family discount applies to the            State Music Camp musicians the
                                                 total fee for two or more applicants            opportunity to rehearse in its outstanding
AUDITION VENUE                                   from the same family.                           studio and auditorium.
Cripps Centre
Caulfield Grammar School                      4/ Applicants who send the full fee but
217 Glen Eira Road Elsternwick                   accept selection into a string orchestra        MONASH UNIVERSITY,
(Melway Ref 67 G1                                will receive the appropriate refund.            ACADEMY OF
enter via Loch Avenue)                        5/ Fees include all tuition, a souvenir
                                                                                                 PERFORMING ARTS
                                                 camp t-shirt and an ensemble photo.             State Music Camp is proud to have the
AUDITION REQUIREMENTS                                                                            support of Monash University’s Academy of
1/ Perform two contrasting pieces             6/ Attendance at the Saturday
                                                 concert and rehearsal is compulsory.            Performing Arts and to host the evening
   (an accompanist is not required).                                                             concert at the university’s renowned Robert
                                                                                                 Blackwood Hall.
2/ Sight reading as requested by the          BILLETS
   auditioners.                               Wherever possible billets will be placed           At this year’s camp string players from our
                                              with a Melbourne family of similar age             two Symphony Orchestras will be invited to
                                              and musical experience. Please include             form a chamber orchestra to accompany guest
Placement of students is at the sole                                                             artist from the MSO, Geoffrey Payne,
discretion of the State Music Camp            an extra $50 which will be paid to your
                                              host family.                                       Principal trumpet, who will play Concerto in
Committee.                                                                                       D Major by G Tartini.
FEES                                          INSURANCE
Bishop/Alexander                              We strongly recommend you have
Symphony Orchestras                           insurance for your own instrument as
(full day 9.00 am – 3.30 pm)                  State Music Camp, Monash University
$240                                          or Caulfield Grammar School are not
                                              responsible for any loss or damage.
Scott/Thomson String Orchestras
(half day 9.00 am – 12.30 pm)
$190
(a 10% family discount from the final
total for more than one entry from the
same family)

Billeting Fee (if applicable)
$50

				
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