Our Summer Rock Music Camp is an immersive experience to hone music performance and ensemble skills and have fun! Students spend a week working in a hands-on atmosphere and perform a real rock show at a local venue at the end of one week!
School of Rock takes things up a notch with these 5 one week camps where kids learn music, have fun, get challenged, and leave with a truly unique musical experience. Every week cumulates with a real rock show for family and friends.
Play in a band! Learn songs by your favorite artists! Record a cd in our state of the art recording studio, and play a show at the end of the week!
The Summer Music Institutes provide multifaceted opportunities for young musicians’ artistic growth. Through intensive institutes focused on Harp, Chamber Music, Guitar, Choir, Violin and Piano, SMI offers unique music experiences.
GET READY TO ROCK THIS SUMMER! The School of Rock / Bedford is offering 4 one-week camps, which are ideal for musicians from ages 9-18 who want an amazing rock n' roll learning experience.
California Coast Music Camp (CCMC) offers two separate weeks each July with beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes for adult musicians, including singers.
At The Candyman Summer Rock Camp, campers will learn how to be in a band, record a CD, appear live on the radio, perform at a real rock concert, work with professional musicians, attend workshops, improve skills, learn new songs, create a band logo and more.
Outstanding jazz and classical artists foster development of improv skills for:Piano/Keyboard; Vocalists; String, Brass, Woodwind, Guitar; Bass; Percussion students
Our camp balances challenging musical training to string and piano musicians ages 8-18 with enriching group activities ranging from kayaking, campfires, environmental education, hiking and arts and crafts.
Rock Band Summer Camps
School of Rock Princeton’s music camps and workshops are designed to bring out the best performance in a fast-paced learning environment. Just like our standard programs, our camps offer a high-energy experience that is fun, creative and team-oriented. Our students learn music by playing it with their peers, guided by experienced instructors from the music community.
B2R’s unique method is based on the knowledge that students learn best when they join together to play the music they like the most. Jam sessions help foster teamwork, build self-esteem and motivate students to perfect their musicianship.
The Orchestra Project is a yearly summer music camp held on the campus of VCU. It is a joint venture between the Richmond Symphony and the Music Department of Virginia Commonwealth University. The Orchestra Project features two camps that run simultaneously: String Odyssey for developing string players with 2 years experience, and String Intensive for the advanced string player.
We Will Rock You! Music & Theatre and Lisa Guyer's Music Empowerment