Sean Arawjo is a multi-instrumentalist, teacher, composer, and producer with a Bachelor's in Music Theory and Composition, a Master's in Flute Performance, and a very diverse set of musical skills and interests. He specializes in new music and extended flute techniques and in his original works, often blends these complex sounds with the relative simplicity of his other favorite genres: Ska and Reggae.
Over the past 18 years he's taught more than 11,000 private lessons to students ranging in age from 6 to 93, performed in theaters, clubs, and festivals, and produced music for popular podcasts.
Sean recently relocated to Williamsburg, VA and is excited to explore the musical opportunities the area has to offer!
Summer Camp 2022!
Here it is, the flyer with all the details.
Registration Deadline July 9th
All students must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19. Masks may be needed.
We regret the pandemic caused us to cancel the 2020 and 2021 summer camps.
16 campers, from 7th to 12th grades, boys and girls, went on our musical trip. They learned to play a great deal of New York themed music in a very short time and performed a concert at Patriot’s Colony which was much appreciated by the residents. The campers also received instruction from guest speakers in the elements of jazz, piccolo playing, and the alto and bass flutes. The Friday session ended with the traditional pizza party, performance evaluations, and awards.
2020 summer camp details will be available next April. Join us!
Come one! come all!
Learn to play Piccolo, Alto and Bass Flutes.
Lights! Camera! Action!
The eleven young flutists enjoyed playing music from movies that spanned over 70 years of cinema! In just one week, the players learned over 20 pieces of music. We had two special guests who taught piccolo pointers as well as improvisation. Theory and Technique classes were taught each day in an encouraging environment which expanded the campers’ overall experience. As a finale the flutists played a two hour concert at the Farmers Market in Merchants Square in Williamsburg.