Flute Camps and Workshops in the Maryland and Washington, DC area

Creative, Interactive & Engaging Fun

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Takoma Park Flute-a-rama flute camp students and teachers after final concert

Dates and Locations

June 20-24, 2022
High School* Camp
Washington Adventist University
7711 Greenwood Ave
Takoma Park, Maryland

July 11-15, 2022
Grades 5-8* Camp
Washington Adventist University
7711 Greenwood Ave
Takoma Park, Maryland

July 18-22, 2022
Grades 5-9* Camp
Emmanuel United Methodist Church
10755 Scaggsville Rd
Laurel, Maryland

*Ages are for 2022-2023 school year

We anticipate in-person camps this summer. Read more about our Covid-19 policy and precautions

“I loved how relaxed and casual it was, the wide variety of activities, and how some parts were run by the kids.”
– Grace
Flute-a-rama participant

Schedule

9:00 Warm-Up and Technique Tips
9:30 Ensemble (divided by level)
10:30 Full Group Ensemble
10:45 Break
11:00 Extended Flute Techniques and Dance
11:30 Listening and Music History
11:45 Lunch/games/practice
12:15 Coached Practice/group project
12:45 Ensemble (divided by level)
1:45 Break
1:50 Flute Yoga
2:25 Jeopardy

Playing Level

Students will be placed in groups according to age and level.  

Minimum level requirement for participation in Flute-a-rama: 

(1) Student must have had one year of study or recommendation of private teacher.  

(2) Student must be able to consistently produce a tone up to C just above the staff, and play a one octave C scale.

No matter how long you’ve played the flute,  you’ll come away with ideas and inspiration – and some new friends.

“I always improve on how I play during Flute-a-rama. Doing the duets is so fun. You get to play with people and that really helps me improve. You get feedback from them and tips and tricks.”
- Stella
Flute-a-rama participant
"Flute-a-rama is one of the best music summer camps in the state. I have had many students participate in Flute-a-rama in past years and they have said it's their favorite part of the summer. Some students return to the camp year after year!”
- Natalie Pretzello
Howard County Public School System Band Director
“I liked how we weren't just staring at a screen for hours, we moved around a lot, and you made all of the learning and activities really fun!”
- Grace
Online Flute-a-rama participant
“I loved being able to see other flutists working hard and getting to meet other people with so much dedication to their instruments.”
- Hannah
Flute-a-rama participant
Teachers holding fruit and photo of llama to illustrate Fruit-a-llama camp name joke

Wait, is it
Flute-a-rama
or
Fruit-a-llama?

Llama with baskets of fruit on its head and back

updated 5/25/22