Greenwood Summer music Camp 2019

 

June 10–14   string/musical extravaganzA

June 17–21   lift up your voice and play!

 

Monday–Friday from 10:30 am–2:30 pm  •  Pre-care and  Aftercare available •  Ages 6–15

Greenwood School’s Summer Music camp is a fun, motivating, and inspiring camp for students who love music. All students will leave proud of the beautiful music they’ve accomplished together. Grouped by age and skill level, participants will:

Discover artistry through expressive singing and playing

Develop healthy, resonant tone, and clear intonation

Experience a variety of musical genres

Become self-confident performers

GREENWOOD SCHOOL MUSIC SUMMER CAMP details:

10:30–11:30

Orchestra/Beginner Strings

11:30–12:00   

Music Theory/Music Games/Recorder

12:00–12:20

Lunch BYO

12:20–12:40

Recess

12:40-1:00

Additional Recess/Ensemble

1:00-2:30

Singing/Chamber Music/Music Improvisation

2:30 - 4:00 (Week 2 Only)

Singing & Rhythm games, Music Improvisation, Body Percussion, Music Theory, Xylophones/Marimbas

 

Cost & AFTERCARE:

Cost: Week 1 - $325; Week 2 - $395

Pre-care (8:30 am) and Aftercare (until 5:30 pm):  $10/Hour 

Maximum Enrollment - 18 students each session

 

INSTRUCTORS:

EDITH SZENDREY, Music: Strings and Orchestra
A native of Vancouver, Edith earned a B.S. in music from the University of British Columbia in both violin and viola, and a minor in fine arts. In addition to inspiring young musicians for over a decade, she works with local symphonies including the Marin Symphony and the San Francisco Opera Orchestra and has performed in chamber music concerts with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, the San Francisco Choral Society and the Arlekin Quartet. She is director of the Junior Program at the Hawaiian Performing Arts Festival held every July. 

TREVOR SMITH, Music: Choir
Trevor loves music! In a teaching career spanning 20 years, he has taught elementary and middle school classes, childrens' choirs, adult music theory courses, high school workshops, toddler classes, and private lessons. He studied classical composition at CSU Northridge, and actively works on at least one composition project at all times. He also enjoys writing rock and folk music, and attempts to spend some time each day practicing jazz guitar. When he's not working on music, Trevor can be found hiking, camping, swimming, biking, or looking at the stars.