Summer Camp 2021
MUSIC + ART + DANCE + DRAMA = FUN!
Ages 7 to 14
Full Day 9 am to 4:00 pm**
Half Day option
9 am to 12:00 pm OR 1 pm to 4:00 pm
**Early drop off available at 8:00 am
Late pick up available at 5:30 pm (Extra charges apply)
Led by our team of passionate and talented teaching artists.
Campers will work in small groups separated by age but also learning to collaborate in an ensemble setting. Each week will be an entirely new theme and participants will explore and experience multiple arts, from music to visual art, singing, dance and drama, with exposure to several musical instruments throughout the week.
A short presentation/performance will bring each week to a close.
Morning Sessions (9-12:00)
Music focus with intro to multiple instruments
Afternoon sessions (1-4:00)
Dance, Art, Drama focus
Week of July 5-9 -- Choose Your Art Week -- Guitar/Drums/Singing/Dance
Parent comments from our summer camps:
"Both of my girls are so interested in music/drama/the arts, so it was a wonderful fit! Thank you for allowing your doors to be open during this time and for them to have exposure to the arts and other kiddos."
"Thanks so much, you all did an amazing job with them and my son loved it."
"Wonderful! They both enjoyed having time with each instrument so much. All of the art was a big hit, as well. They loved the face painting day!"
Weekly Themed Camps Monday to Friday
$275 for Full Day Camp (9 am to 4:00 pm)
$160 for Half Day (mornings 9-12 OR afternoons 1-4 pm)
Additional $40 weekly for Early Drop Off (8 am) and/or Late Pickup (5:30 pm)
One week before the beginning of each camp
Important Note on Safety
We place the highest value on the health and safety of our students and staff. At the same time, we believe in the great value of what the campers can experience through these formative experiences of music and the arts, so we are committed to making this possible while observing the precautions that have been in place at the Suzuki Institute the past year. These include sanitizing our spaces and instruments and maintaining distance between participants and teachers as much as possible. In a camp situation, we also emphasize inculcating healthy habits such as washing hands frequently and before snacks and meals.
Hopefully, by the summer, we won't all need to be in masks the entire day and parents can make those decisions for their children.
We will communicate with all parents and clarify such details well before the beginning of camp.