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.
Performing Arts Camp of Shenandoah Conservatory provides high school students the opportunity to hone their artistic skills through participation in a variety of small & large ensembles, & instruction from world-class faculty.
For more than 50 years, summers at Appel Farm have sparked the imaginations of thousands of young people as they interacted with artists from around the world in beautiful rural southern New Jersey. Safety, Community, Personal Growth, and Fun guide our program that ignites creativity, kindness, and confidence!
A 5-day music camp experience with emphasis on leadership skills for 6th-12th grade girls taught by successful female music educators.
The workshop is dedicated to introducing young string players to the art and performance of chamber music.
53rd annual camp starts July 26th - August 2nd. We offer band, orchestra, jazz bands and a large variety of electives during 8 days of music and recreation in the redwoods at the San Francicso YMCA camp Jones Gulch in La Honda, CA
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.
Christian, Spanish language music camp for middle & high school age.
Prairie Music is offering camps for a variety of ages, instruments, and musical abilities!
Join us in Berkeley Heights and New Providence for summer enrichment including private music lessons, orchestral and ensemble camps, and musical theatre, dance, and drama programs for students ages 4-16 of all abilities.
Part school, part camp, and part festival, the Walden School Young Musicians Program convenes each summer for five weeks in the beautiful Monadnock region in Dublin, New Hampshire. Through rigorous and innovative daily instruction, students hone their musical and creative skills within a supportive community of like-minded peers and mentors, with a goal of improvising and composing original works.
We've extended our deadline to apply a $300 scholarship discount for any 2017 PIMF program, two-week registration, with pay-in-full option selected on or before 12/31/16.
Kids will learn from professional Austin musicians how to put a band together, how to write songs, how to get gigs and a whole lot more! A minimum of six months private instruction on their instruments is required.
The Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop is a unique opportunity for young musicians to study and perform at least four different works with four different chamber groups over the course of a six-day session.
This Camp is designed to both encourage and challenge piano students from the 7th through 12th grades in a wide range of musical activities while leaving time for some fun recreational adventures.
An exciting experience with music, enhanced by optional offerings in drama, dance, and art. Students can learn and perform on a wide variety of instruments including piano, violin, viola, cello, guitar, flute, and voice.