Sign up today to make sure your children get the chance to advance their skills beyond this galaxy. All camps are outer space themed!
July 9-20, from 9 a.m. to Noon
It is always fun to pretend or become someone else, if even for a moment. Learn to stand onstage and perform for an audience while having fun. Plus, connect with other kids who share your same passion for the creativity of the stage. Camp ends with a performance.
July 16-20, from 9 a.m. to Noon
Instructors: Melody Puller & John Fitzgerald
If your child would like to learn to play a duet, or participate as part of a piano ensemble this camp is for them. Sign them up for this versatile group style piano class. Campers will perform at a capstone piano concert on July 20. Teacher recommendation required.
July 16-20, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Singers will make new musical friends, while improving their singing skills. They’ll learn to sing in a variety of musical styles, with harmonies, and perform in a final celebration concert at the end of the week.
International Youth Orchestra Camp Half or Full Day
August 6-10, 9 a.m. to Noon or 2:30 p.m.
Your child will want to join us for the 6th annual MCS Summer Youth Orchestra Camp. This year features the return of guest conductor (our executive director, Karin Wedemeyer calls him “the return of the Jedi”) Dr. Philip Baldwin, Director of the Spokane Youth Symphony. Bringing together regional and international musicians from Mexico, this youth orchestra also reaches across borders. Daily practice, advanced ensembles, and master classes culminate in a finale concert on August 10 at the Panida Theater.
(Full Day Orchestra Camp includes advanced ensemble or afternoon crafts with artists from Creations and lessons in Djembe drumming.)