Make your Summer Musical With CMS Summer Music Programs

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Enrich your summer with UA Music and Community Music School's 2019 Summer Music Programs! Beginning in June, weeklong workshops, classes, and performances are offered on the U of A campus for instrumentalists and vocalists in grades 7-12 and adults over 18. This year we are including two new programs for flute and percussion! We are also excited to announce The Viridian Saxophone Quartet's return as Guests Artists-in-Residence for Band Camp and Orchestra Camp.

Camps are scheduled throughout June and July:

June 9-14:

  • Flute Camp (NEW)
  • Marimba Camp (NEW)
  • Youth Jazz Camp
  • Young Artist String Camp
  • Midwest Double Reed Rally

June 13-16:

  • Adult Jazz Camp

July 7-12:

  • Jr High Band Camp

July 14-19:

  • Sr High Band Camp
  • Jr and Sr High Orchestra Camp

Private Music Lessons will also be available for the summer beginning May 6. Registration and details are at the Community Music School website. Sign up for June camps by May 1 to receive a special early bird discount; and by May 15 for the best rate for July camps. Make your summer musical!


David Lewis Owens III, operations coordinator
Department of Music


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