SUMMER ARTS Programs

For over 90 years, Baldwin Wallace University has been bringing school age and adult learners to campus for immersive music and arts training. Our Summer Camps include music, dance, and theatre camps, high school college-prep institutes and professional development for music teachers. Call 440-826-2482 for more information.

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SUMMER MUSIC CAMPS FOR GRADES 4-9

The Conservatory of Music at BW has a long history of bringing elementary and middle school students to campus for focused arts study through week-long residential summer camps. Students choose between Band Camp, String Camp or Musical Theatre Camp. If students prefer, they may opt to commute to camp each day.

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CONSERVATORY SUMMER INSTITUTE

The Conservatory Summer Institute is a
10-day intensive program for high school students considering studying music in college. Participants will work side by side with BW Conservatory of Music faculty, including members of The Cleveland Orchestra, as well as with current Conservatory students.

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DANCE IMMERSION

A dynamic dance experience designed for serious dancers in grades 7-12, Dance Immersion focuses on artistic growth on and beyond the dance floor. Dancers will work with top master instructors to expand existing dance technique, discover new dance styles and become immersed in the entire creative process.

 

Middle school camp student playing violin
VOICE PERFORMANCE INTENSIVE

The Voice Performance Intensive at Baldwin Wallace is a highly-selective program for high school students seeking to pursue vocal performance or opera studies at the collegiate level. Students will work side-by-side with BW Conservatory voice and opera faculty as well as world-renowned guest artists.

Adult male voice students singing with female piano accompanist.
LOVETRI INSTITUTE FOR SOMATIC VOICEWORK

The original CCM Vocal Pedagogy course in residence at Baldwin Wallace University, this three-tiered course of LoVetri’s method, Somatic Voicework™, is comprehensive but accessible to everyone from singers not yet teaching to those with decades of experience.

Adult students enjoying a group exercise
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR
MUSIC TEACHERS

The Summer Institute for Music Teaching and Learning is a series of professional development workshops for the music educator. Featured topics include woodwind repair, music classes for students with special needs, West African drumming, choral instruction, and marching band.