Our 3-day virtual camp is open to any musician entering grades 7-12, and with nearly 10 hours of virtual programming plus a Dorian camp box, this camp is a steal at only $60.
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.
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.
Musicians 9-14 years old: play with others in ensembles, learn to play percussion instruments and sing. Campers will perform in concert at the end of the week.
The San Francisco Conservatory offers select programs for young musicians seeking a stimulating yet supportive summer experience that encompasses the traditions of Conservatory training.
Play in a band, learn music theory, music composition, ear training, song writing, play in a band, & receive guidance in developing personal expression and musicianship through playing popular songs with other campers.
Learn and perform the folk music of Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales, and more. Students practice and perform in both small groups and with the entire ensemble. Other activities may include dancing, singing, and crafts.
Point Camps are still here! Learn to record and edit a podcast, experiment with and grow your musical talents or create and develop original works of art! Point Summer Camps have it all!
Campbell Hall School Summer Programs offers various camps and programs for grades K-12 which focus on the following disciplines: Performing Arts, Fine Arts, Sports, Chess, Robotics, Enrichment, and Academics.
During the summer Western Michigan University offers a wide variety of camps geared toward students of all ages. Our camps range from academic to sports, with a little bit of everything in between. Camps vary in cost based on requirements.