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Bulber Youth Orchestra Camp (Ages 7-18)

Bulber Youth Orchestra Camp (Ages 7-18)

     This Program is for music enthusiasts 7-18 years old! This 2-week day camp features classes for beginners, intermediate, and advanced instrumentalists.  These instruments include, violin, viola, cello, bass, guitar, wind, and brass instruments for band students.

    The Primary Goals of our summer camp program is to introduce new students to music and to begin teaching the students instruments as well as being able to hear musical literature and transcribe music. The more experienced students will begin advanced learning of music literature and ear training. Experienced professional musicians will give the students fantastic instruction for this summer program.
Instructor Bulber Youth Orchestra Staff
Location SFA 205
Dates Monday through Friday
July 28 - August 8
Time 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Price Early Bird: $150 until July 21
Registration: $170 after July 21
+$30 instrument rental fee
The schedule for our Program includes:

• 9:00-9:50- Music History/Appreciationo: The students will all be gathered in a classroom to listen to a piece of music. They will be able to identify musical elements used in the literature as well as learn about the history of the literature.

.• 10:00-10:50- Beginning/Advanced Theoryo: The newer students will begin reading musical notations and be able to identify musical notes and their value using the Kodaly and Suzuki methods of teaching music. Advanced students will be able to demonstrate and write musical notations and createtheir own musical work.

• 11:00-11:50- Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced Ensembleso: The students will be able to play music literature that the staff have prepared and will be presented to the public at the end of the camp.

• 12:00-12:50- Lunch and a Movieo: Students will bring their own lunch but will get a special treat by watching a movie to help them relax as they enjoy their meal.

• 1:00-1:50-Theory (Beginner/Advanced): The students will continue instruction on musical notation
 while the advanced students will begin conducting. The students will learn what its like the be a musical conductor in these sessions. 

2:00-2:50 Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced Ensembles: The students will continue instruction by the staff for their performance for the end of camp. 

•3:00-3:50 Faculty Recital: The students will be gathered in the performance hall, as a member of the faculty and staff who have extensive musical training will perform for the students. The students will be taught proper concert behaviors.

4:00 - Announcements/Finish

For more information, contact Emma Guillory at 337-582-2466