You design your own schedule! You have the opportunity to participate in several performing groups and ensembles, and on more than one instrument and/or voice…all for one fee!
|8:30 am||Classes (select one): Theory I, Theory II, Theory III, Harmony I, Harmony II, Composition & Arranging, Conducting, Improvisation (Jazz Students)|
|9:30 am||Symphonic Band*, String Sectional, Vocal Workshop, Piano Workshop, Guitar Workshop|
|10:30 am||Concert Choir (entire camp participates)|
|1:30 pm||Symphony Orchestra*, Piano Workshop, Saxophone Ensemble, Jazz Combo I*, Brass Ensemble, Contemporary Rock Ensemble II or Recreation|
|2:30 pm||Wind Ensemble*, String Ensembles, Guitar Ensemble, Jazz Combo II*, Chamber Choir or Recreation|
|3:30 pm||Jazz Ensemble II*, Vocal Jazz Choir, Flute Ensemble, Clarinet Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble or Recreation|
|4:30 pm||Jazz Ensemble I*, Chamber Orchestra, Woodwind Ensemble, Piano Ensembles, Contemporary Rock Ensemble I, Classical Guitar duets, or Recreation|
|Evening||Special Performances & Workshops | Social or Recreational Activities|
|Wednesdays (7:30 pm): Camp Recital (Solos and Ensembles)
Saturdays (8:00 pm): Concert (Groups & Ensembles)
Sundays (3:00 pm): Concert (Groups & Ensembles) See Concert & Recital Schedule for details!
Typical Daily Schedules:
-Private lessons by professional staff are offered once weekly ($75/hr; $40/half hr). Lessons may also be taken on more than one instrument.
*Auditions for Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble & Symphony Orchestra (Woodwind & Brass players only) will take place on Monday evening during Week 1 and Sunday evening during Weeks 2 & 3. The audition for Symphonic Band (all sections) is for seating only. Placement in Jazz Ensemble I or II and Jazz Combo I will be determined during Jazz Ensemble II rehearsal on Monday of each week.
String seating for Symphony Orchestra will be determined during the String Sectional on Monday of each week.
Percussion assignments for various ensembles are made on Monday during Percussion Ensemble.
AUDITION MUSIC: in addition to a short prepared piece that demonstrates your level of musicianship, you will be given music to sight read.
“The highest praise I can give the exceptional Eastern U.S. Music Camp was to send my own son Cole to the camp for two summers in a row. He absolutely loved the experience in every way. He has gone on to receive numerous accolades, including two DownBeat student awards for performance and composition, as well as a full scholarship to the Berklee College of Music in Boston. His experience at Eastern U.S. Music Camp laid the foundation for the success he has achieved.”
Michael Davis – International recording artist – Founder – Hip-Bone Music