Music & Imagination Summer Day Camp Now Enrolling for the 2019 Summer Season
In its 6th year at Loyola University Campus, the Music & Imagination Summer Day Camp is a one of a kind experience for children ages 6 to 12 to explore & expand their love of music. Happening July 15-19, campers will enjoy puppet musicals, folk dancing, singing games, and outdoor activities. Reserve your spot today at www.ccmsing.org.
Offered for the sixth year at the Loyola University Maryland campus, the Music & Imagination Summer Day Camp provides a unique opportunity for children to learn songs and games along with choral repertoire. Children learn and use the solfa method of reading music. Taught by Kodály trained counselors, this fun-filled week includes puppet musicals, folk dancing, singing games, and outdoor activities. All campers will participate in a student performance on the last day of camp, Friday, July 19th, as well as join together in outdoor activities, craft projects, and more.
Ms. Lauren McDougle serves as the camp director for the Music & Imagination Summer Day Camp. She is the Program Director of Kodály Graduate Studies for the American Kodály Institute at Loyola University Maryland and the Education Director for Children’s Chorus of Maryland. Ms. McDougle teaches graduate level Materials classes in the summer at the American Kodály Institute and is a frequent presenter at workshops and professional development sessions in the state of Maryland. Ms. McDougle also teaches pre-kindergarten to fifth grade general music and chorus in the public schools. All camp teachers are Kodály trained. For more information, call Children’s Chorus of Maryland at 410-494-1480, email email@example.com, or visit the website at www.ccmsings.org.
Celebrating its 43rd season, Children's Chorus of Maryland and School of Music (CCM) is one of the most respected programs for choral music education and performance in the United States. Under the direction of Artistic Director Susan Bialek, the music Conservatory program features highly qualified teachers, small classes, and in-depth vocal enrichment to provide children with a complete musical education and choral experience. Children as young as 5-1/2 are encouraged to audition for one of the Conservatory’s three choirs. Classes and rehearsals are offered twice weekly from September to May at CCM’s facility near downtown Towson, and performances are held each semester. CCM welcomes children who attend public, private and parochial schools as well as those who are homeschooled. Merit and need-based scholarships are available. CCM also offers a summer camp for children 6 to 12, and music and play classes for 4 to 6-year-olds. For more information on CCM’s exceptional music programs, visit www.ccmsings.org, call 410-494-1480 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.