Summer is a great time to learn new musical skills or hone those already begun. With less competition for students’ time and many regular weekly activities taking a hiatus – why not have your child learn to fiddle, strum, sing, act, or otherwise have express themselves through music? And while the children are doing that, parents and grandparents will find lots to do as well.
Summer programs at the Division of Preparatory Studies are diverse in length and breadth and offer a variety of musical opportunities. RCM Theory Classes prepare students for the August exam session. Yoga Makes my Heart Sing offers a fun combination of music and yoga for children. Participants in Musical Theatre Evenings learn about singing, acting, and choreography, and enjoy an exploration of character and song. Chamber Music Day Camp for string players and pianists features chamber groups, string orchestra, and masterclasses, and more! Introduction to Keyboard provides a basic familiarity with playing the piano. Toddlers Make Music and Music for Threes and Fours give little ones a head start at music making. Fiddle-De-Dee offers a variety of fiddling activities for those with even the basics of string technique.
Individual instrumental and vocal lessons are available as well, and may be begun at any time throughout the year - summer included! Contact our Program Assistant for more information on how to achieve your musical goals this summer: 204-474-9797 or email@example.com.