Violinists of Tomorrow “A Vivaldi Summer”

A summer camp for beginning violinists

Elementary and Middle School

Recommended ages 6-11

Offered In-Person

Violinists will learn portions of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and other classical Vivaldi, Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart pieces. All music will be happy, lively and fun! In addition to preparing for a performance on the last day, students will participate in music theory and composition games.

Camp Runs Monday, June 20th – Friday, June 24th. 9:00am – 12:00pm

Parents will get to enjoy a performance on Friday, June 24th.

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate Music Theory application

  • Demonstrate proficiency to sight-read music

  • Demonstrate proper bowing techniques.

  • Demonstrate proper hand and arm positions.

  • Experience the etiquette and seriousness of performing music in a group setting.

  • Identify the names of the open strings on the instrument.

  • Implement finger drills and techniques to strengthen dexterity

  • Implement proper practicing, posture, and hand positioning techniques

  • Socialization

  • Understand how to properly tune instrument.

  • Utilize ear training, etudes and solos to improve technicality and musicality

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Enrollment is on a month-to-month basis. To experience true growth in the instrument of choice, we recommend studying for six months to one year. Most students are able to perform a recognizable song within three months.

Student tuition covers preparation and instruction time offered by the instructor. This includes the selection and purchasing of select repertoire, the development of the tailored curriculum, researching best practices for individual learning styles, the instructor’s training and experience, cost of the Spring recital, supplemental materials such as tuners and metronomes, and memberships to organizations which will ultimately catapult the student to new levels of performance.

Additionally, students are afforded amenities in the Conservatory to enhance their experience and excitement while learning music.

While tuition covers everything listed above, there are a few things tuition doesn’t cover:

  • Christmas Recital – Due to the facility rental and other fees
  • Books the student will need to study from at home
  • Required items for the upkeep of the instrument of choice

Students enrolled in the private study are afforded three make-up lessons per year. (Based on the students anniversary date)

Continuity is one of the most valuable components of study and it’s important for our students to understand that studying music is a commitment if you want to truly experience growth. After the third make-up lesson, missed lessons are forfeited.

There are some exceptions where more than three make-up lessons are provided which include, but are not limited to illness, emergencies, honor ensemble rehearsals, and performances outside of the Conservatory.

The make-up policy is to deter families from canceling for convenience. Aside from continuity, with the number of students we serve, scheduling becomes rather difficult for both students and the instructor.

Missed classes must be forfeited due to the nature of the offering.

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