If you’re looking for a fun and educational music camp in the Saint Louis area, you’ve come to the right place!
Piano Camp for Pre-K and Kindergarten:
Acoustic Guitar Camp (Ages 8 to 12 and 13 to 18):
This group will meet in two age groups and is for beginner to late beginner guitarists. We will learn strum patterns, finger picking styles, chord transitions, the basics of the guitar including letters, fingers, anatomy, and an intro to reading tab and chord charts. We will perform a tune at the end of class for our families!
Songwriting Camp (Age 8 to 12 and 13 to 18):
In this accelerated course for kids with a little experience in music will teach the basics of music theory as it pertains to writing songs. We will discuss chords and which chords to use in a functional song, will learn what sells, discuss lyrics and how to write using what you already know. We will also have a component teaching students how to write with other musicians, and will record our arrangements at the end of class.
Intro to Vocal Styles (Ages 12 to 18):
The is a week long crash course on vocal styles. It is heavily weighted in vocal technique as it applies to each style. We will take a tour through a variety of styles including blues, pop, r&b, jazz, classical, and rock! We will perform solos in the style that best suits each individual vocalist, and will create an ensemble piece for our audience on the last day of camp!
Musical Adventures (Ages 1 to 6):
Musical Adventures programs are designed for toddlers to age 6 and meet in two groups: 1 to 3-year old’s and 3 to 6-year old’s. These classes are fun and educational and teach children rhythms, scales, chords, and much more! We dance, play instruments, sing, and work together to learn a variety of concepts. We will perform one of our best hits for our parents at the end of camp.
Rhythm Camp (Kindergarten through Second Grade):
This an an accelerated course on rhythm using a variety of percussion instruments from the djembe to xylophones. Children will focus mainly on rhythms, will learn the difference between rhythm and pitch, will learn to follow a beat, march and play instruments, and will each create his or her own rhythms to share with the group. We will learn notation and sound, time signatures, and how to dance to the beat using fun and interactive games, worksheets, and lessons.
Call us with questions or to register: 314-781-4747