Summer camp bands will write and record their own original material through our record label, Bird Records! Improve your music and collaboration skills as we rehearse each day to get ready for an end-of-week performance for family and friends. Learn valuable team work and creative skills as we make our own recording and music video from concept to completion.
All skill levels welcome! We have challenges for beginning to advanced students, entering grades 2–9.
Summer Camp students will:
- Start a band
- Write a song
- Create a professional recording
- Make a music video
- Brand and market their band
- Put on a show
- Rehearsal Skills
- Reading Music Charts
- Recording and Overdubbing
- Audio Mixing
- Song Structure
- Technical Music Skills
- Story, Script, & Story Boarding
- Camera Skills & Framing
- Production Design
- Audio Production
- Team Work
Camps run Monday-Friday, June 10 through August 30. Select a full-day or half-day as your schedule permits!
New Musical Voyagers offers music exploration and exposure for little ones ages 3-5 years. Preschoolers will explore basic drums, keyboard, ukulele, rhythm and other building blocks to musical education as we journey through different musical styles and concepts.
We’ll play records, sing songs, dance, play music games, play band, jam (on drums, grand piano, electric keyboards, ukulele, accordion, guitar, bass, shakers and doodads, congas, bongos and tablas) to learn the basics of instruments and musical fundamentals. We even put on shows 4 times a year. We have fun!
Note: This class is for students to participate in without their caregiver; participants must be able to use the restroom on their own.
Learn about music while having fun!
Designed to teach musical concepts through play, our Early Bird music and movement classes (for kids ages newborn-3 years and their grownups) include live music, singing games, creative movement activities and instrument play. Classes are paced to keep your child’s interest while offering plenty of opportunity to explore and create. Adults will appreciate the snippets of music history and theory thrown in along the way. Children and caregivers are encouraged to sing, dance and play in class!