Welcome to Summer@Eastman!

June 27 - August 5, 2022

The Eastman School of Music Summer at Eastman program offers students and the community an individualized and world-class music education experience. Choose between residential music programs and camps for middle and high school students, weeklong institutes devoted to various instruments or specialties, half-day music workshops for youths, online workshops, and collegiate classes in Music Education, Music History, and Music Theory.

Summer@Eastman offers in-person and online options for 2022

At this time we are planning to return to in-person instruction for Summer 2022 if conditions permit. Click here for COVID information, policies, and updates.

Please note:

  • The Eastman School of Music currently requires proof of COVID vaccination (2nd dose of Pfizer, Moderna or 1st dose of J&J/Janssen vaccines) for all registered students. As of April 6, 2022, booster shots are no longer required.
  • Over the summer, the University moved to a new system in which three COVID-19 tiers—low, medium, and high—both determine and communicate the face mask requirements on University campuses. Students, faculty, staff, visitors—anyone who plans to be inside a University building or facility—can check the status and know whether face masks are required indoors (high), strongly encouraged (medium), or optional (low). The system directly correlates with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID 19 Community Levels for Monroe County and provides a consistent framework upon which to base University masking guidance.
  • The current University COVID-19 tier can be found on the face mask guidelines page and the COVID-19 Resource Center.
  • We are also offering a variety of online programs, including online auditor options for some of our in-person institutes, for those who prefer a virtual experience.

Our faculty are already hard at work designing engaging and inspiring programs for Summer 2022. We hope you’ll join us!

Students love Summer@Eastman!

“Summer@Eastman truly makes you a better musician overall.”
— 2021 participant

Land Acknowledgment

We acknowledge with respect the Seneca Nation, known as the “Great Hill People” and “Keepers of the Western Door” of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. We take this opportunity to thank the people on whose ancestral lands the Eastman School of Music and the University of Rochester currently occupy in Rochester, New York.

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Registration is open now for all programs, and we are accepting auditions for institutes in cello, flute, French horn, piano, and trombone.

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