Camps & Outreach

Camps & Outreach

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The UNCSA Community Music School offers a wide array of engaging summer classes for students ages 5 through adults!

Private Lessons

Private lessons are available with many of our professional teachers over the 8 week summer session that starts June 11, 2022. Complete an inquiry on our Private Lessons page to recieve a call about scheduling private lessons. 

Voice Camp: Learn to Sing in a Summer 

Voice Camp: Learn to Sing in a Summer!
Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
June 28 to July 14
Ages 8 to 12

Instructors: Kathryn Muhlenkamp, Alicia Purcell, and Kristin Schwecke

Love to sing but not sure HOW? Join the CMS voice faculty this summer for a three-week exploration into the fundamentals of singing. Work with each teacher through a series of 6 90 minute sessions introducing breathing, tone, presentation and expression.

Classes meet in-person at UNCSA's Stevens Center, utilizing large spaces and social distancing.  Instructors subject to change.

Register on our summer group classes page. 

Singers' Summer Tune Up

Voice Camp: Singers' Summer Tune Up
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
July 12 to 28
Adult Students

Instructors: Kathryn Muhlenkamp, Alicia Purcell, and Kristin Schwecke

This course is designed for both new and experienced adult singers who want to deepen their knowledge of singing and strengthen their voices. Topics include improving your breathing and diction, effective warm ups, and singing in different styles. Each session is geared toward exploring both choral and solo singing. 

Classes meet in-person at UNCSA's Stevens Center, utilizing large spaces and social distancing.  Instructors subject to change. 

Register on our summer group classes page. 

 

Invite a Community Music School teacher to visit your classroom!

Community Music School teachers are available for instrument demonstrations at schools, pre-schools, and other community functions.  The UNCSA Community Music School is committed to engaging with the community through day camps, school visits, and musical exploration opportunities. Individual clinicians and student ensembles are available for your classroom or community program, contingent upon scheduling and availability. Contact Community Music School Artistic Director Cameron MacManus to inquire about available teachers and times.