July 21-28 (Registration closes May 15)
Ages 13-18. (Must be 13 on or before first day of camp, cannot be 19 prior to last day camp)
$450 (covers room and board, food, instruction)
Musical Theatre program: Participants will receive instruction in acting, voice, dance, and additional curriculum related to musical theatre. Classes offered will include Stage Makeup, Broadway-Style Movement and Dance, Acting Techniques for the musical theatre performer, Vocal Techniques for the musical theatre Singer, Beginning Music Theory and Ear Training, Musical Theatre History, Audition Workshop, Creating a Musical Theatre Resume and Vita, Solo performance coaching with faculty and pianists, Q & A with Faculty and Staff, and Stagecraft/Light Design/Props.
Strings and Collaborative Piano program: Participants receive private lessons, chamber music coaching, and music theory instruction. The festival orchestra performs two concerts featuring a variety of literature for strings. Each string student is assigned to an age-appropriate chamber music ensemble. These chamber groups receive intensive coaching to assist emerging professionals in rehearsing, exploring, and preparing the work for performance on the final concert. Additionally, all students will have the opportunity to perform a selection from their solo repertoire during camp recitals.
The Collaborative Piano division focuses on developing the collaborative and performance skills of aspiring pianists. Piano students will have the opportunity to play in the orchestra or in a chamber ensemble, perform a solo work, and will accompany several string players in their solo performances.
Learn more at www.netgencamp.com or email Kelly Pendergraft at Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by the CU Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts and Next Generation Performing Arts Camp