(For students entering grades 8–12)
The SIUE Jazz Camp includes the following activities:
(1) ensemble performance (2) introduction to jazz style (3) master classes (applied instrumental techniques). Staff include SIUE jazz faculty and students. Participants will learn improvisation skills and will have the opportunity to put these skills to use in small combo situations. These combos will offer a performance at the camp’s conclusion.
Dates: June 1-5 (Mon.–Fri.)
9:30 a.m.–3:45 p.m.
Location: Dunham Hall 1114
Contact: Ri ck Haydon, 618-650-2355
Suzuki String Camp
(For violin, viola and cello students/parents/observers)
Campers gain valuable experience and motivation while studying with area teachers and faculty from the SIUE Suzuki Program. Technique, repertoire and orchestra classes are offered, plus a final concert on Friday at 2 p.m. Private lessons, fiddle class and enrichment classes are available for an additional fee.
Dates: July 7-10 (Tues.–Fri.) 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Location: Dunham Hall 2143
Contact: Erika Lord-Castillo, 618-650-2839, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kindermusik is a music and movement program with curriculum for children ages birth through seven-years old. Kindermusik classes provide a holistic musical and learning experience in the critical first years of young children and their families. This developmental program, guided by a proven methodology combining music and childhood development, provides opportunities to foster child-parent relationships and gain a lifelong love of music and learning. This program is great preparation for future Suzuki students, as well! It is taught by a trained and licensed Kindermusik educator.
The SIUE Suzuki Program presents “Kindermusik with Ellen Singh” which provides you with this program!
Theme: “Wild Animal Park”
Let’s take a trip to the Wild Animal Park! We’ll slither like snakes and pounce like leopards, encounter tiny tree frogs and enormous elephants, and visit amazing habitats that are high and low, hot and cold, dry and rainy. Then, it’s time for the animals’ favorite activity, which they all do together. It’s the jungle hokey-pokey!
WHO: You and your children ages
2-5 years old
WHAT: Musical summer camp
WHERE: SIUE Early Childhood Center (ECC)
WHEN: July 13-16 (Mon.–Thur.)
(one 45-minute class per day)
(Choice of 5:45 p.m. or 6:45 p.m.)
FEES: $50 for first child / $25 for each additional sibling
Contact: Ellen Singh, Licensed
Suzuki Office 618-650-2839
Music Technology and Composition Camp
(For students entering grades 7-12)
Group and individual activities will be provided for students with a variety of backgrounds and interests. Students will explore music by writing their own pieces on computer, experiment with MIDI instruments, and create their own electronic hybrid instruments. No previous experience with computers or keyboards is necessary. Supplies and materials will be provided, including computer generated manuscripts of student’s compositions. Camp enrollment is limited to 15.
Dates: July 7-10 (Tues.–Fri.) 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Location: Dunham Hall 0194
Contact: Darryl Coan, 618-650-2012, email@example.com
Application Deadline is two weeks prior to the beginning of camp
Musical Theater Workshop
(For students grades 7 and above, college students and high school teachers welcome!)
The Musical Theater Workshop will
provide participants with an in-depth experience of musical theater training. Activities include:
• Professional vocal training
• Dance training with a professional choreographer
• Master classes focusing on song preparation, audition technique and interpretation
• Preparing monologues
• Acting improvisation
The workshop will culminate in a public performance for family and friends on Friday, July 17 at 3 p.m. We hope to see you there!
Dates: July 13-17 (Mon.–Fri.) 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Cost: $160 (T-shirt included)
Location: Dunham Hall 1109
Contact: Dr. Marc Schapman,
618- 650-2034, firstname.lastname@example.org
The following forms must be completed
and included with application:
Media release, health form and insurance release form. Please visit our website at siue.edu/artsandsciences/music to print off the forms.
Mail application and check to:
SIUE MUSIC CAMPS
Campus Box 1771
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1771
For more information, call the Department of Music at (618) 650-3900 or by email at email@example.com.
For teachers: If you are interested in attending camps as a component of your continuing education, you can receive 3 CEU credits. The total cost of attendance will be $150. Each CEU is $50. Discount does NOT apply for CEU credit. Please contact us for further information.