Michael S. Rothkopf, Composer
Summer Composition Workshop
The Composition/Music Technology Intensive at UNCSA is ideal for high school and college students interested in developing their creative potential in composition. This intensive is for composers who have already created their own music using programs like Garage Band, Cakewalk and Noteflight, but who want to expand their creative perspective and technique. Summer composition students will enjoy a variety of projects: creating music for film, composing music for the concert stage, creating, recording and producing live music combined with synthesized music and improvisation. 

Students with no formal composition training, as well as students with prior formal studies in composition, are welcome. Advanced students will be given an individual course of study tailored to their specific creative direction.

Each student will receive individual composition lessons, courses in composition techniques, music technology, recording, orchestration, harmony and counterpoint, plus a weekly seminar.

The Summer Composition/Music Technology Workshop is a great preparatory workshop for students who will be auditioning for college and conservatory composition programs in the fall. Previous Summer Composition Workshop students have gone on to enroll in the top undergraduate music composition programs around the country including Oberlin Conservatory, Berklee College of Music, Curtis Institute of Music, Boston Conservatory, University of North Texas - School of Music, Catholic University - Benjamin T. Rome School of Music and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. 

Taught at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts 
by composer Michael S. Rothkopf, students in the 
Composition/Music Technology Workshop will create music 
using the latest digital technology as well as work 
with live performers.

I invite you to experience a summer rich with creativity!  

For more information on my summer composition music technology workshop please visit the UNCSA Summer Session website.

To enroll, students must apply and register by May 1st.