Summer Camps

Summer Camps

Lied Center Triple Threat Broadway Intensive

June 22-26, 2020

THE INTENSIVE IS GOING VIRTUAL! NOW BEING OFFERED ONLINE VIA ZOOM! 

We are excited to bring back for a second summer the Lied Center Triple Threat Broadway Intensive!  This is a five-day workshop, June 22-26, 2020, for intermediate to advanced students interested in a career in musical theatre. A team of four Broadway and professional theatre artists will lead classes to strengthen skills in voice, dance, and theatre.

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Lied Center Piano Academy

July 19-25, 2020

THE PIANO ACADEMY IS GOING VIRTUAL! NOW BEING OFFERED ONLINE VIA ZOOM!

Are you a high school student with a passion and talent for piano? Then join us this summer for an engaging and fun week at the Lied Center Piano Academy at the Glenn Korff School of Music. The 2020 Academy Artist is is Eric Zuber. Academy students will participate in private lessons, masterclasses and engage in career-development workshops, and explore what life is like as a professional musician. Students will get the opportunity to connect with and form life-long relationships with other young pianists who share their passion for music! Students of the Academy will be invited to attend the exceptional Lied Center Piano Series (2020/21) concerts for free!

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Science of Sound

Will be offered summer 2021

The Science of Sound Spring Break Camp helps underserved students, grades 5-9, discover the possibilities of STEAM – science, technology, engineering, arts and math – while also improving their creative and problem solving skills. During the three-day camp, students experience music first-hand, through a curriculum steeped in science. Plastic buckets become drums and garden hoses become French Horns. Kennedy Center teaching artist/educator, John Bertles, serves as the primary instructor. Using a hands-on approach, Bertles demonstrates how vibrations in the air create sound waves, and how those waves travel through the air to bring music to the ear. Students experiment with controlling the amount of vibrations based on their instrument designs, a process that encourages problem exploration from every angle. Utilizing their new understanding, students create different types of musical instruments using recycled materials and trash. The brass, wind, percussion and stringed instruments created replicate sounds similar to instruments found in any music store.

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