Wind, BRass, and Percussion Clinics


July 5-11, 2021 at the Hawaii Convention Center

Daily 2-hour session between the hours of 2pm-8pm (with sanitation time)


Welcome to the Winds, Brass, and Percussion Clinics! Experience a week-long instrument intensive with the best of Hawaii’s local faculty. Students will learn intermediate/advanced techniques unique to their instrument in a fun and safe environment.

Includes PMI+ for free! All students are encouraged to participate in these online masterclasses. Culminating performances will be featured in the PMI E-Festival on July 31st.

All woodwind and brass students are to provide their own bell covers and overlapping musicians masks. The largest rooms are prioritized for wind players. Maximum group size is 10 people. Limited enrollment due to safety protocols.


Eligible instruments include flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, saxophones, french horn, trumpet, trombone, euphonium, tuba, and percussion.

Students entering 8th grade and up with at least 2 years of experience on their instrument.

InstrumentFacultyClinic Time
fluteAileen Kawakami, Margaret Nakayama2:00-4:00PM
oboeAlex Hayashi, Susan Ochi-Onishi2:00-4:00PM
bassoonWayne Fanning6:00-8:00PM
clarinetAdam Ebert6:00-8:00PM
saxophoneAllen Won2:00-4:00PM
French hornMarie Lickwar2:00-4:00PM
trumpetCasey Tamanaha4:00-6:00PM
tromboneClement Zhang4:00-6:00PM
euphonium/tubaTJ Ricer4:00-6:00PM
percussionChristopher Cabrera4:00-6:00PM

Special appearance by Richard Scerbo, the Director of the National Orchestral Institute + Festival where he leads one of the nation’s most prestigious training programs for young orchestral musicians. For over ten years, Scerbo has worked in various capacities to oversee the artistic growth of the Institute and its innovative training curriculum in orchestral performance, conductorless chamber orchestras, professional development and community engagement. For his work with NOI+F, he was selected as a 2016 Musical America Innovator and is profiled in Musical America’s Innovators: 30 Professionals of the Year.  Selected from hundreds of performing arts professionals, Musical America Professionals of the Year are innovative, creative and forward-thinking arts leaders.

A small group of students will be selected to perform in chamber ensembles conducted by Mr. Scerbo.

Winds, Brass, and Percussion Clinics

Limited Spots Available
Local residents, use the code "KAMAAINA" at checkout!
$ 300 Kamaʻāina Rate
  • Individualized Instruction
  • Fun and Safe Learning Environment
  • Includes PMI+
Placement Video Req.