Knollcrest Music Camp
"For 50 years, Calvin University has welcomed students from West Michigan (and beyond) to engage in wonderful music-making and learning through Knollcrest Music Camp (KMC). This summer experience promotes the musical, social, and spiritual growth of young musicians by helping them find their place within the amazing field of music. Led by Calvin faculty and other outstanding music educators, KMC inspires personalized artistic development through formative, practical opportunities within an enriching, inclusive community."
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Blue Lake fine arts camp
"Music Programs at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp are designed to challenge students of all proficiency levels. Students are grouped by ability, as determined by auditions, and our conducting staff selects a challenging repertoire for all ensembles. Students receive five hours of intensive daily full rehearsals, sectionals, and technique classes. Students can complete their instructional day by choosing a Minor, allowing them to experience another area of interest while at camp. See minors for a complete listing of courses. Students also have the opportunity to hear a variety of performances presented as a part of Blue Lake’s Summer Arts Festival, as well as participate in recreational activities and other camp events."
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Eclectic String Music Ensemble Camp
"The ESME String Camp is an exciting summer intensive chamber music program designed for any age and grade level. We accept violin, viola, cello, double bass and piano students. Students of other instruments are also accepted on a limited basis. Individual students will be arranged into chamber groups, classes and workshops that are based on their *level and work with ESME on both traditional classical and ESME pop chamber arrangements. Students can also sign up together as a pre-formed chamber group."
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Interlochen Arts camp
"Located in beautiful northern Michigan, Interlochen Arts Camp offers summer arts programs for grades 3-12. Each summer, over 2,500 students from all over the world come to Interlochen to study music, visual arts, theatre, film, dance and creative writing. Music students perform in the 3,900-seat Kresge Auditorium, the 950-seat Corson Auditorium, Dendrinos Chapel and Recital Hall, the historic Interlochen Bowl, and the new, open air Upton-Morley Pavilion, as well as other locations around our scenic, lakefront campus."
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