06/26/2023 – 06/29/2023
The Music Discovery Summer Camp is for children, in grades 1–12, who are looking for a fun and artistic introduction to the music of 1500–1800. The focus of the workshop is to introduce and immerse children in early music from the Middle Ages to the Classical period, while providing historical and cultural context, all in a fun, hands on way through instrumental and vocal music, theater and arts and crafts. In addition to singing, the camp gives instruction on following instruments: violin, viola, cello, double bass, viola da gamba, flute, recorder, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, ukulele, and classical guitar. Students round out their day by having semi-private lessons, and elective options of drama, art and period dance.
We are proud to keep a very low teacher-to-student ratio, between 1:2 to 1:5. All classes are taught in rotation: music, chamber ensemble, musicianship, dance, arts and crafts, choir, and theater. During the assembly period, we will have visits from special guests and early music specialists.
|Camp Format||Day camp|
|Categories||Dance, Arts, design, and making, Music and performing arts|
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