We are excited to present both in-person and online education programming! Classes taking place in-person are dependent upon ongoing health and safety recommendations. Let us know about any accommodations you may need and we will do our best to assist you. If for any reason classes cannot take place as scheduled, we will work with you to offer another online class option, reschedule the program or refund you in full.
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NEW MUSIC CAMP! This music camp’s goal is to ignite a passion for music in younger kids. Activities include listening to different types of music, and singing together. A focus on emphasizing the community aspect of music and how to make music together regardless of age or skill level. Possibilities include drumming/percussion, and other instruments that enable engagement with music throughout the body. A great camp dedicated to exploring music! Grades 1-4.
PERFECTING PERFORMANCE PRACTICE
NEW MUSIC CAMP! A music camp for older kids looking to improve their performance and singing skills. Bring a song or two to sing (submitted to the instructor in advance), spending the first hour studying the songs like a masterclass. There will be a half an hour of theory teaching young singers how to read and analyze music. After a short break students will listen to and sing music together and learn a piece with harmony (as in a choral setting) to practice singing with other people. Students will listen to music from different time periods to practice hearing and taking in a variety of music. Grades 5-8.
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