MUSIC CAMPS FOR GRADES 4-9
Grow and learn with us this summer! Our summer camps for students entering grades 4-9 are super fun!
The Conservatory of Music at Baldwin Wallace University has a long history of bringing school age and adult learners to campus for focused music study through workshops, camps and training institutes.
Caring staff, a safe campus, outstanding music facilities, excellent food service and comfortable residence halls combine to make each camper's experience a positive one. Campers live in dorms on campus and attend rehearsals in Conservatory buildings. The BW student dining hall provides delicious, healthy meals; lunch and dinner are provided for day campers in addition to all meals for residential campers.
We know that your children are precious, and BW summer program staff go the extra mile to watch over all campers. Certified music teachers and other adults supervise all rehearsals and activities. We have a nurse on call around the clock, and nursing staff supervises and dispenses all medications. Attendance is taken at all activities. Faculty and staff live in the residence halls and are responsible for supervision. Campus security personnel are always available and all dorms remain locked 24/7 with key card access only.
Afternoon activities may include swimming, outdoors activities and game days. Evening activities may include trips to Swings-n-Things Family Fun Park, a dance night with DJ, movie night and the counselor talent show. BW's summer music programs receive public support with local tax dollars from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture to preserve and enrich our region's artistic and cultural heritage.
This week-long residential or commuter camp is designed specifically for woodwind, percussion and brass players entering grades 4-9 who have at least nine months of playing experience. Students will grow as musicians and have fun making new friends through lots of supervised social activities.
This week-long residential or commuter camp is designed specifically for string instrument students entering grades 4-9 who have at least nine months of playing experience. Students will grow as musicians and have fun making new friends through lots of supervised social activities.