Immersive Summer Camps

A musical camp 
they’ll never forget

Where Music Meets Play

Summer 2022

All camp options have before care (8:30am) and aftercare (5pm) available for an additional $5 each and per day. Students who don’t attend a full day camp have the option to stay for Lunch Bunch between 12:00-1:00pm for $5 per day.

Your musical summer awaits…

Cassie the Cat

Music and Play

Ages 4+

Your child will spend a week playing and learning about music in a fun, physical way! With our counselor’s guidance, children will explore the play structures, learn interactive songs, play musical games, and explore rhythms with various percussion instruments. They will learn basic melodies as a group on color-coded handbells and pitched percussion instruments. They’ll also get an introduction to the piano, drums, and ukulele. Throughout the week they will design and make their own musical instruments and learn how to play them as a group with different rhythms and tempos. Children will also be led through basic movement to music classes and painting to music classes.

Alex the Alligator

Piano

Ages 5-8

Looking to get your child playing an instrument this summer and not sure where to start? How about a week of learning piano! We’ve distilled the curriculum from our popular Group piano classes down to five, half days of lessons and activities that introduce kids to one of the easiest instruments on which to start! They’ll learn the basics of the piano, how it works, and a little of its history. They’ll learn about musical notes and rhythms, how they are written with numbers and symbols, and by the end of the week, they’ll have learned how to play their first songs!

Diego the Dog

Ukulele

Ages 5-8

Treat your child to a crash course in all things ukulele with our Ukulele camp! Kids can learn all about this awesome little instrument starting with how it works and some of its history. On the first day, they’ll be learning basic melodies and simple chords using easy-to-read charts and TAB notation. By the end of the week, they’ll have learned how to play them in tempo and with dynamics. Plus, it’s a great stepping stone toward learning guitar because its neck is smaller, has fewer strings but is tuned much like a guitar so that a lot of the same chord shapes and melody patterns are applicable to both.

Felix the Frog

Guitar

Ages 7+

This camp is for kids looking to get started on one of the most popular and portable instruments, the guitar! Students with no prior experience can learn to read, play, and imitate simple rhythms along with the guitar string names and fretboard layout so they can start playing songs as soon as possible. Campers will play simple melodies, popular guitar “riffs” and chords using our fun, intuitive exercises and book materials. They’ll develop finger dexterity through warm-ups that require the use of multiple fingers. We’ll also practice improvisation or “jamming” as a group and set them up to do so on their own!

Awaken the Musician
Immersive Summer Camps
Music and Play Camp

Things
to
Know

  • ALL CAMPERS MUST BE POTTY TRAINED.
  • Extended day options (Early Drop-Off and After-Care) are available to full-day campers at a cost of $5 per child, per add-on.
  • Lunch Bunch Add-on: $5 per day if they want to stay through or come early for lunch. Does NOT include lunch!
  • Campers should bring their own lunch and a snack for the morning and afternoon. Snacks and drinks are also available for purchase at Notasium.
  • Register prior to March 31 to receive a 10% early bird discount!
  • Siblings who register for the same camp will receive a 10% discount. This discount is not additive to any other discount. Please call or email prior to booking to receive this discount.

Health
and
Safety

As of right now, we plan to implement the following procedures and we will let you know as these change. If you are not comfortable with the latest procedures at the time of your camp, we will have the option to cancel and get a refund.

  • In the play space: Masks are required by everyone ages 3+ on Mondays and Wednesdays. Masks are optional Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. 
  • In the classroom: Masks are required during lessons.
  • Playtime during these camp sessions will be during slow times in the play space.
  • Campers will be required to wash their hands before and after eating.
  • Campers will eat 6 feet apart.
  • We will have UV air filtration running while campers are eating, crafting, and in their music lessons.
  • Camps will be limited to a maximum of 10 children per camp.