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Shakuhachi Camp of the Rockies Updates

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There's been a lot of updates to the Shakuhachi Camp of the Rockies website. It's going be June 18h through 22nd.

The Experience

The Shakuhachi Summer Camp of the Rockies, has an emphasis on total immersion in playing, learning and experiencing the profound world of the shakuhachi, with Honkyoku, Sankyoku, Folk, Modern Improvisation and more. There are also special concerts by the faculty and students .

The Community

Previous participants of Rocky Shakuhachi Camp want to share the special experiences and community of shared study, practice and living that this camp creates with new participants from Japan, Europe, Australia, China and around the world. Our venue, Sunrise Ranch, is the ideal place for this. Located in a beautiful mountain valley just west of Loveland, Colorado, it enables all participants to study, dine and live together for the duration of the Camp.


Shakuhachi Camp participation will directly enhance any shakuhachi player's musical life. Participants at camp will study with some of the greatest masters, learning and practicing pieces in preparation for the Student Concert, and attending lectures and workshops regarding all aspects of shakuhachi theory, history and practice. You are welcome to join in a variety of extracurricular activities, including Sunrise Robuki, Morning Yoga and Meditation and evening socializing, in a full-time celebration of this community.

Beginners Welcome!

Beginner students will be provided with their own core curriculum, and all levels—from absolute beginner to advanced—will have the opportunity to study a select number of pieces with great thoroughness and depth.


All lectures and classes will be conducted bi-lingually in English and Japanese, with Chinese translation when needed.
Chuck Peck
Arizona, USA

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