Summer Music Camp

Classical Camp with an Unclassic Twist

This is not your mother’s summer camp. There are no lessons in tent pitching, just pitch-perfect practice. Instead of sleeping under the stars, you’ll serenade some of history’s most stellar. Repetition of dignified anthems will replace flag ceremony. You’ll have fun skipping rocks octave to octave, rather than across the lake. And your playful counselors will help you scale up harmonic trails instead of hillsides.

But one camp staple remains unchanged. Participants will leave the Summer Music Camp with friendships and memories to last a lifetime.

School-aged children on summer break can maintain or gain musical skills during the Sarasota Orchestra’s summer program June 26 – July 14, 2017. Offering the perfect escape from hot Florida summer days, campers will enjoy this three-week musical adventure in an air-conditioned concert hall. No prior experience is required, this camp is open to students of all abilities and is the ideal time for a beginner to try out a musical instrument or for intermediate and advanced students to hone their own skills or sample something new. Activities for string, wind, brass and percussion students include daily rehearsals in a large ensemble, a technique class, and skill-building in a rhythm class. Classes are kept to manageable sizes, so every student receives individual attention. 

Dates & Times

Strings

June 26 – July 14, 2017
9:00 am -12:00 pm (M-F)

  • Violin
  • Viola
  • Cello
  • Bass

Students must have completed second grade.

Band

June 26 – July 14, 2017
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (M-F)

  • Flute
  • Oboe
  • Clarinet
  • Bassoon
  • Saxophone
  • Horn
  • Trumpet
  • Trombone
  • Euphonium
  • Tuba
  • Percussion

Students must have completed fifth grade.

 

As part of the experience, students will present recitals in Holley Hall in the Beatrice Friedman Symphony Center, 709 N. Tamiami Trail in Sarasota. Family members are invited to attend.

There is no audition for placement, therefore, availability is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Enroll early to reserve your space.

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Reviews

Written byHerald Tribune

 There's no doubt, audiences are thrilled by the Sarasota Orchestra's new music director, Anu Tali. She's brought an intense energy from the orchestra in previous performances and we found this yet again in a downright thrill ride of an encounter...  

Written byHerald Tribune

 Literally gripping the arms of my seat, I was not the only one propelled on this rollercoaster of delightful music.  

Written byHerald Tribune

 Every section and soloist within the orchestra played their role with strength and beauty; every tree proud and tall. Tali served as an excellent guide leading the forces with assured confidence. The overall sound was lush and, yes, intense just where it needed to be.  

Written byHerald Tribune

 The Sarasota Orchestra was brimming with bubbling energy...  

Written byHerald Tribune

 A lifetime of musical moments, cinematic in scope, gave every section of the orchestra a leading role at one time or another. Chief among them was the virtuosic solo of concertmaster Daniel Jordan.  

Written byHerald Tribune

 It was a thrill ride resulting in an explosion of audience enthusiasm.  

Written byHerald Tribune

 Tali conveyed a clear vision for the dramatic outline of this symphony, carefully pacing the darker, searching character of the music with pastoral conversations among voices in the orchestra.  

Written byThe Observer

 If you haven’t seen Tali yet, this will be a great introduction to the skyrocketing conductor who’s quickly becoming a household name around the world. You’ll see why we feel we’re lucky to have her here.  

Written byThe Observer

 Andrew Lane, the Orchestra’s Principal Pops Conductor, knows how to program a winning event and this concert had something for everyone. It also brought in a whole new audience that seemed dazzled by the performances.  

Written byThe Observer

 The Sarasota Orchestra played a program this past weekend filled with so much color, it was like visiting the Louvre.  

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