Music Appreciation Camp
Music has the ability to fill the senses and lift the soul. There is something about the artform that makes it so unique, self-expressive, and powerful! During one or two week sessions, campers will learn to appreciate music, while advancing in their basic knowledge and skills and having tons of fun along the way.
In Music Appreciation Camp, each student will learn the basics of rhythm, pitch, harmony, and notation as they collaborate through fun musical games and activities. Campers of all musical experience levels will enjoy the adventure this camp embarks on to understand the power of performing music together.
STAFF: Charlie Romano, NRP ’15, is a junior Music Composition and Biomedical Engineering major at Yale University. He recently had his first musical composition published and performed by the illustrious Yale Concert Band. He has a passion for teaching Music to all ages and has been teaching private music lessons for the past eight years. He strives to inspire a love for the art of music in everyone.
Dates: July 31 – August 4
Hours: 1:00 – 4:00 PM
Grades: Incoming 3rd – 6th