Adventure Music Camp
Adventure Music Camp
1-week in-person day camp
Aug 1 – 5, 2022
Terry Fonda Smith, director
“Adventure Camp offered my daughter a great mix of different ways for making music. She thrived being among so many people, adults and kids, who care about music the way that she does.” — Adventure Music Camp parent
Spend a week at Eastman making music with people just like you- who love playing, learning, and creating, all in a supportive and fun environment. This is an exciting day camp (commuting students) for students entering grades 5-9 (current grades 4-8). We meet daily, Monday through Friday, from 9am – 4pm with activities that include ensemble rehearsals (band and string orchestra), music and movement, percussion (for all), and World Music. On our final day, we will show off the results of our adventures to friends and family in a performance!
This program is for students entering grades 5-9 that have at least two years’ experience on their instrument and are playing at a NYSSMA level 2 or Suzuki book 2 or higher. A teacher’s letter of recommendation is part of the application so that appropriate music can be selected for the ensembles. No audition necessary. What is required? A great attitude and a desire to explore the world of music!
This program will meet in person, and all precautions will be taken to insure proper distancing and safety for all students.
Instruments accepted are bowed strings, winds, brass, and percussion.
Not included this year are voice, piano, guitar, or harp.
–Please note that tuition must be paid in full before the student may attend the program. Instructions for payment will be emailed after all forms are received. Registration is not complete until tuition is received in full.
-Also note that housing and meals are not included/available. Students should pack a lunch every day (refrigeration not provided).
Concert: Friday August 5, 3:30pm in Kilbourn Hall
- 10% off for ECMS Students enrolled both semesters of current year
- 25% tuition waiver for eligible UR employees
Registration deadline: July 1, 2022
After the deadline, potential registrants will be contacted as to whether space remains.
|9:00am – 9:15am||Students are dropped off at Eastman|
|9:15am||Band or String Orchestra Rehearsal|
|11:15am||Band or String Orchestra Rehearsal|
|1:00pm||Hand Drumming Class|
|2:00pm||Balinese Gamelan Class|
|3:00pm||Creative Motion and Movement Class|
|4:00pm||Students are picked up at Eastman|
*There are 3 groups alternating classes throughout the day, meaning the schedule order for each student will vary!
FOR REGISTERED STUDENTS: Here is full program information as well as answers to frequently asked questions. Updated 6/21/22
All Summer@ Eastman participants must be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus (2nd dose of Pfizer, Moderna or 1st dose of J&J/Janssen vaccines). As of April 6, 2022, booster shots are no longer required. Students must submit a scanned copy of their COVID-19 vaccine card which includes the following information: name, date of birth, vaccine manufacturer, lot number, and date each dose was given. We do plan to allow for limited medical exemptions; anyone interested in this option should contact email@example.com for instructions.
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 on the COVID-19 Resource Center.
COVID-19 safety policies and protocols are subject to change; we will update this page as new information is received.
Visit Summer@Eastman’s blog for some great articles on the Eastman Experience, interviews with faculty, helpful tips, and much more!