About the Lone Star Music Camps
Young musicians spend an unforgettable week together playing in a large ensemble, broadening their understanding of music, advancing their technique, and connecting with other people through a shared love for music.
The Lone Star Music Camps originated in 2013 with the first Lone Star Clarinet Camp. Since its conception, many young musicians have been inspired by guest artists: SSG Sam Ross of the West Point Band, Greg Raden of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Paula Corley of Texas Lutheran University, Mitch Estrin of the University of Florida, Kwanghoon Yi of the Richardson Symphony and Kyle Sherman of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Each summer we bring in new guest artists, masterclass teachers, and music to deliver a fresh and unique experience.
The summers are long, and we know maintaining a consistent practice regimen is not easy without concerts to prepare for and competitions ahead. By attending a Lone Star Music Camp, young instrumentalists fill one week of their summer with many hours of playing their instrument. In addition to strengthening their chops, they develop a greater understanding of their instrument, hear a live professional performance, create a lasting memory by performing in a large ensemble, and leave inspired to continue playing. The ability to play a musical instrument is a lifetime skill, and we help students develop that skill so they can enjoy it forever.
Round Rock, TX