Summer Arts workshops for adults Carolina

UNC Summer Jazz WorkshopTo apply for the workshop, all students must first submit an application that can be downloaded at the links provided above. For those who wish to apply for the summer workshop for non-credit, the process is handled by internally within the UNC Jazz Faculty by Dr. Anderson. For those who wish to enroll in the workshop as MUSC 364 to receive college credit, there is a separate admittance process that is handled through UNC Summer School. This process is detailed at and involves submitting letters of recommendation etc. since the students will be considered UNC students or "visiting" UNC students. Summer school applications are available beginning Feb. 15, 2013.

Acceptance into the workshop is based upon the merit of the application information and previous experience. Applications will be received from January 1 to June 1, 2013, yet enrollment is based on a first-come, first served basis, as well as the projected instrumentation needs to fill out the combos. PLEASE NOTE THAT EARLY ACCEPTANCE NOTICE WILL BEGIN BY FEBRUARY 1, 2013 and will close when the class and workshop fills. Please allow up to three weeks for your application to be processed.

All workshop participants are expected to know the basic fundamentals of how to play their instrument, and to be musically literate in basic music notation and harmony (e.g., key signatures, can play major and minor scales and major and minor chords in 12 keys etc.).

Parking Map UNC Summer WorkshopApplications may be mailed or emailed (preferred) to:

Cost for MUSC 364 Summer Jazz Workshop (college credit)

The cost for those enrolled in MUSC 364, “Summer Jazz Workshop, ” will be the applicable tuition for resident [e.g., in-state] (projected $660) or nonresident [e.g., out-of-state] ($1680) students plus a $75 program fee. These fees are in compliance with the standard tuition fees set by the university on an annual basis. Students registering for MUSC 364 will typically apply as a "visitor" unless they are planning to continue in the fall. *Students should sign up for the "Summer II Only" status, though our workshop dates fall slightly before the dates posted for summer school.

For details pertaining to payment of UNC tuition, please visit .

For payment of the $75 program fee .

Cost for the General Summer Jazz Workshop (non-credit)

For those who wish to participate only in the afternoon and evening part of the program (i.e., NOT enroll in the MUSC 364 course), they will pay a program fee of $375, whether in- or out-of-state. Once accepted as a member of the UNC Summer Jazz Workshop, you will receive a letter (or email) notifying you of acceptance into the program. At that time registration fees must be payed within two weeks. For payment of fees .

KPFA/Pacifica Campaign Bulletin - PBNB/1/8/01

Hi PBNB Readers;
This is primarily KPFA/Pacifica Campaign information.
The REGULAR ISSUE of the PBNB should be out either late this evening,
Tuesday, Jan. 8 or before noon tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 9.
Thanks - john vance, editor
Peoples Bark News Berkeley
KPFA Station Board Meeting!
From: 'Lyn Gerry'
Reply-To: 'Lyn Gerry'
Subject: {FP} Date of KPFA Station board meeting
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 18:54:24 -0800
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From: Sherry Gendelman
Sent: Monday, January 07, 2002 3:35 PM
Subject: Re: Date of KPFA Station board meeting
Dear LAB members this is the final version of our agenda. See you at the meeting.
Agenda for KPFA LAB January 9, 2002 meeting at the North Berkeley Senior Center at 7:00 p.m.
Introductions - 5 min.
Minutes from December 5, 2001
Station Manager's Report- 10 minutes
Public Comment - 30 minutes

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