2018 SUMMER MUSIC CAMPS

SUZUKI PIANO & STRINGS CAMP

This Suzuki workshop, for which students may register for 1 week or all 9 weeks, encourages them to fine tune their playing in a supportive and fun atmosphere. The dedicated faculty help each student and family reach new musical heights. The workshop is open to pianists, violinists, violists, cellists, and string bassists, from the complete beginner/Pre–Twinklers through Suzuki Book 5. A typical day includes: 

- Semi-private Lesson
- Music and Movement
- Theory
- Group Class
- Chorus
- Master Class

 Advanced Suzuki students who are reading music may qualify for our “Symphony” program. This program requires enrollment in both the Suzuki and orchestra Programs. After morning Suzuki activities, bridge students end their day playing in the orchestra and perform with the orchestra in the camp-wide concert at the end of the each weekly session. 

Location:  NW Campus: 1810 16th Street NW, WDC 20009

Date:  June 18th - August 17th, 2018

Time:  9 am - 3:30 pm before & aftercare are available

Ages:  K - 7th Grade

Weekly Tuition: $365

1. Due at enrollment: $35 nonrefundable, nontransferable registration fee per child per session 

2. There is a referral reward of a $30 credit when you sign up a friend.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performing & Fine Arts Camp

Juniors: grades K - 3

The general performing and fine arts summer program provides you with a rich and diverse experience in the arts. At the heart of the program is the Global Arts Studio, a course that investigates culture, as well as masterpieces of famous artists from around the world.

Students in the Global Arts Studio learn about different cultures by studying art techniques from a variety of points around the globe. You will work on numerous art projects that may include fibers, sculpture, drawing and painting.

Students also choose one elective in the following areas:

Dance: ballet class, or hip-hop dance class,

Music:  piano, or guitar

Creative Writing: (pre-reading students) picture book making/draw what you hear, or (reading students) write your own nursery rhymes/poetry & haikus
 

Intermediates: grades 4 - 7

If your child would like to explore different art forms as well as the natural environment, the intermediate general arts program is a wonderful summer experience. During their time here,  students will learn with children from all over the world who share your love of learning and creativity.

The heart of this program is the Creative Writing Workshop.  This is an opportunity for students to explore and hone your creative writing skills.  Students will participate in imaginative writing exercises, short reading activities, informal discussion and free writing time.  Class activities will focus primarily on poetry and fiction. Previous experience with creative writing is not necessary.

Dance: ballet class, or hip-hop dance class,

Music: piano, or guitar

Art: drawing & painting, or mixed-media art

 

Location:  SW Campus 900 4th St SW, WDC 20024

Dates:  June 18th - August 17th, 2018

Time:  9 am - 3:30 pm before & aftercare are available

Ages: K - 7th Grade

Weekly Tuition: $300

1. Due at enrollment: $35 nonrefundable, nontransferable registration fee per child per session 

2. There is a referral reward of a $30 credit when you sign up a friend.

 

violin Guitar Camp

Early Bird Special:  

Register before March 1st, 2018

Suzuki camp is only $330 week!


Performing Arts Camp

Early Bird Special:  

Register before March 1st, 2018

 Performing Arts camp is only $275 week!