2020 Summer Camps Mozart School of Music Vancouver™
Registration: Through UBC Camps
Please, visit http://www.camps.ubc.ca/summer-camps/
Music for Little Mozarts
July 6-10, July 20-24, August 10-14, August 17-21, August 31-September 4 (9:30 A.M. to noon)
This camp is ideal for those looking to have an exposure to a variety of musical experiences in a fun-filled, friendly, and welcoming environment. The session is broken into short modules, including Orff principles, Introductory Piano Class, and Introductory Percussion. For more information and a breakdown of the sessions, please, visit www.msmvan.com.
Required Instrument: A xylophone can be purchased for an additional $20 at the time of registration.
Music for Pop Mozarts
July 6-10, July 13-17, August 10-14, August 24-28, August 31-September 4 (1:30-4:30 P.M.)
This camp is designed to draw the musician out of everyone, whether you have a musical background or not. The session is broken into short modules, including Guitar Class, Introduction to Percussion, Soundtrax, and Garage Band. Each module will focus on exposing children to new and exciting aspects of the music world.
Required Instrument: Guitars are required for participation in the program. These can be rented for an additional $10 at the time of registration.
July 6-10, August 17-21 (1:30-4:30 P.M.)
Do you want to write and record your own song? In this camp, you will study common pop song structures and use Garage Band as a class tool to write and record your songs. You will be coached in preparation of recording songs. Bringing your own laptop for this class (with Garage Band) would be especially useful though not mandatory.
Prerequisite: Campers must have a basic ability to play an instrument or sing a pop song of their choice.
Create and Compose
July 20-24 (1:30-4:30 P.M.)
Learn to write songs and compose pieces in your own creative style. Knowledge of theory in relationship to building melodies, harmonies, and unique rhythms for composing support an understanding of the basics of good composition. Students’ compositions will then be recorded, and each student will receive a CD at the end of the week. The students may use any instrument of their choosing.
Prerequisite: At least one year of musical instruction is required.
Music for Little Violinists
July 13-17, July 20-24, Aug. 17-21 (9 A.M. to noon)
Little Violinists prepares a child to approach the violin with an eager and musical disposition. Students will learn the fundamental elements of Suzuki violin playing—basic posture, bow hold, and violin hold—and five Suzuki rhythms in a fun-filled and high-energy setting.
Required Instrument: A violin is required for participation. This can be rented for the week for $15 at the time of registration.
Level 6 RCM Theory
July 13-17 (1:30-4:30)
This intensive, five-day course will cover the music concepts required in RCM Level 6. It is open to students who have registered for RCM Level 6 Theory Exam (August 7-8, 2020) or students wishing to complete the Level without the exam.
Recommended Prerequisite: RCM 5 Level
Level 7 RCM Theory
July 20-24 (1:30-4:30)
This intensive, five-day course will cover the music concepts required in RCM Level 7. It is open to students who have registered for RCM Level 7 Theory Exam (August 7-8, 2020) or students wishing to complete the Level without the exam.
Prerequisite: RCM Level 6
Level 8 RCM Theory
July 27-31 (1:30-4:30)
This intensive, five-day course will cover the music concepts required in RCM Level 8. It is open to students who have registered for RCM Level 8 Theory Exam (August 7-8, 2020) or students wishing to complete the Level without the exam.
Prerequisite: RCM Level 7
2020 Summer Camps Mozart School of Music™ Vancouver™
Registration: Through Mozart School of Music™ Vancouver
Please, contact Stephen Choi at firstname.lastname@example.org | 604-568-5854
Tuning Your Voice
July 27-31, August 10-14, August 24-28, August 31-Sept. 4 (1:00-4:00 P.M.)
Camp Fee: $300.00
If you want to improve your singing voice this summer, this fun-filled camp is for you! Participating in this camp will help students build their confidence, performance abilities, and vocal skills. This group vocal camp, with the use of popular songs, is designed to teach proper singing technique by using the voice in a skillful way to avoid developing detrimental vocal habits at a young age. Staging and acting while singing will be included, as well as dealing with stage fright.