Summer instrumental Institute at Moravian College
July 17-21, 2017
The MCMI Young Musicians’ Camp (YMC@M) is open to students entering grades 6-12 in the fall. The camp is open to students of all levels who already have SOME experience on their instrument (please—no beginners). Students will find challenging and rewarding opportunities for musical growth.
|Dates||July 17-21, 2017|
|Application Deadline||Friday, June 23, 2017|
|Application Procedure||Complete registration form and mail with payment|
|Ensemble Concert Date||Friday, July 21, 2017 @ 7:00 pm|
- To instruct students in the performance practice of traditional chamber music.
- To provide students the opportunity to hone their musicianship skills through small ensemble performance.
- To provide classes (theory, ear-training, etc.) that support the student’s development as a performer.
- Sectionals/chamber ensembles
- Master classes
This week-long camp begins on Monday morning at 9:00 am with an organizational meeting that transitions quickly into the first full day of classes. The typical day runs from 9:00-4:00 with an hour long break for lunch. The students will play in a final, capstone performance on Friday July 21st at 7:00 in Foy Concert Hall, admission is free.
Participation in the camp includes lunch daily. Participants will eat meals in Clewell Dining Hall Monday through Friday.
Registration and Fees
The fee for the week-long camp is $400.00 per student, which includes instruction, participation in ensembles and lunch.
How to Register
You can register by mailing the printable registration form to:
Summer Instrumental Institute @ Moravian College
1200 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
For more information contact the Music Institute 610.861.1650 (voice), 610-465-8807 (FAX), or email@example.com
Because our standards for achievement are high, we accept highly motivated students who will enjoy the classes as well as the cultural activities. It is, therefore, important to know that failure to comply with regulations will be grounds for immediate dismissal from the program. Parents and/or guardians will be contacted as soon as any unsatisfactory behavior is recognized. No refunds will be issued if you are dismissed for behavioral issues.
Dr. Neil Wetzel, Camp Director (bio)
Dr. Carl Hess, Musical Director (bio)
The Young Musician's Camp Faculty will consist of Moravian College Music Department teaching faculty.
Moravian College Music Institute
Following the tradition of over 250 years of music in Bethlehem and located in the historic district, THE MORAVIAN COLLEGE MUSIC INSTITUTE encourages the art of music through study and performance at all levels for any student or member of the community. Offerings include private lessons, master classes, group ensembles and Suzuki education.
MCMI offers excellent year round concert programming to suit any musical taste.
For More Information on Music Lessons or MCMI Events, call 610.861.1650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org