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.
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.
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.
Britt offers a nationally recognized String Quartet Academy to facilitate the development of young musicians’ performance skills with superb master teachers, and a Rock Camp to foster the enjoyment of making music with peers.
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
The workshop is dedicated to introducing young string players to the art and performance of chamber music.
Outstanding jazz and classical artists foster development of improv skills for:Piano/Keyboard; Vocalists; String, Brass, Woodwind, Guitar; Bass; Percussion students
Benefic Chamber Music Camp at Ball State University attracts music students nationwide to advance their collaborative skills in chamber music setting
Open to middle and high school music students, the Festival offers a friendly and relaxed setting for musical growth through performance of chamber ensembles and large ensembles.
4 Separate Choirs, Orchestras - Int, Adv, Traditional resident camp - Daily Rehearsal, Group Lessons, Workshops & Concert; 7 hrs activities - arts & crafts, sports, pool, dance, ZIP LINE, hikes, talent show, etc
High school students from around the nation join in this intense and exciting week of music-making under the direction of the internationally acclaimed St. Olaf College music faculty.
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 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 bring together young people for four weeks of musical study and performance in a supportive community. We welcome band, orchestra, choir, composition, piano, and pipe organ students completing grades 8–12 from all faith backgrounds to join us.
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.