Immerse your child in a fun-filled week as we explore several centuries of English music through theater, dance, and visual art! As we delight in being able to more safely come together, we will explore music that celebrates renewal, rebirth, and rejoicing.
History comes to life in tales and stories through theater. Music soars as you make music, dance and sing in the sun.
Over the course of just five days, your child will be absorbed by all aspects of creating a full production! In addition, we will offer semi-private instruction for voice students and those studying the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, double bass, viola da gamba, flute, recorder, ukulele, guitar, piano, and harpsichord.
More information will be available soon about individual class sessions, all taught by faculty who are both skilled practitioners of early music and active educators!
Instrumental Youth Collegium
The Instrumental Youth Collegium provides older and more advanced students an in-depth opportunity to explore English music from the medieval period through the Baroque era, as well as participate in the production described above.
The collegium is intended for intermediate and advanced students of the following instruments (violin, viola, cello, double bass, viola da gamba, flute, recorder, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, voice, ukulele, and classical guitar). Interested students who have not participated before will need to submit a short, 1–2 minute video of a solo piece which best displays their current ability to Instrumental Youth Collegium director Carla Moore at [email protected].
Each day will be organized by skill level and age range. Class options include offerings for music, theater, dance, and art. Learn more below!
For scholarship information, contact Workshop Director Yuko Tanaka at [email protected].