Junior Composers challenges talented music students to transform performance and creativity into a fuller expression of themselves. Music theory and composition are put into practice with student-led music-making in partnership with outstanding professional artists.
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Avivo workshop held in conjunction with Junior Composers Summer Programs
Avivo held its third Teacher Training Institute July 11-12 at the University of Minnesota in Mi
What do Call of the Birds, Panic Attack, Lens Distort, It’s Going to be Okay, and The Journey Home have in common? These are some of the titles of new music created in just one week at the Junior Composers Summer Programs and featured in a Final Salon on July 23. Thirty-two students from around the U.S.
Junior Composers Summer Programs was featured in an article on Minnesota Public Radio's website. Daniel Nass interviewed Catherine Besonen (JCSP treasurer) and Pat Steege (Administrative Director).
We are excited by MPR's interest in JCSP and thankful for their support of our students over the years, through programs like Minnesota Varsity.
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