Summerkeys seems like the more beginner oriented.
I thought about going to them both, but 2 weeks this summer is taking too much time off work.
- What would be a good minimum playing ability for these? The descriptions, specially for Interlochen are somewhat vague. A piece would be ideal as an example. Something that you've played there maybe? Like, "This is the minimum you should be able to play, if you can't even sight read this you are toast."
I've been playing for a few years and feel comfortable with vibrato, shifting, etc., but I don't have chamber music experience and I'm not a very good sight reader. I want to get better at it and these chamber music camps are part of the strategy to gain experience and improve in those areas.
- How are the instructors?
- How is the overall organization?
- How is the location and facilities?
Pretty much I'm looking a review from someone that has been to either or both and can give specifics beyond the "I loved it" and "I had a lot of fun" that I've mostly seen.
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