Call for music lessons 860-526-1190
83 Main Street A2
Deep River, CT 06417
DATES & TIME
Meets Monday - Friday
9:00 AM Ends at 3:00 PM (early drop off available)
Gearing up for 2019 Summer Music
Performance Date 2019
Whether you're a beginner or advanced player the summer music camp experience will prove to be educational and fun. Students will learn the art of group performance, build listening skills, & play in a band with their peers. This is a fun and creative way to use what they have learned on their instrument and apply it in band setting.
INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES OFFERS:
The opportunity for each camper to explore music theory, music composition, ear training (listening & timing), and to receive guidance in developing personal expression and musicianship through playing popular songs with other campers.
Musicianship is about preparing students not just to be players of an instrument but to play well with others, be aware of musical surroundings and hone listening skills. Students have many opportunities to develop their skills throughout the summer music camp and the final showcase performance. Each student’s individual talents are refined by our coaching staff and challenged to be the best they can be.
Face Arts Music summer music camp is high-energy, fun, warm-hearted, spirited and inspiring. In this environment our students place emphasis on musicianship, personal responsibility and supporting one another with constructive suggestions.
Our outstanding staff models the behaviors we expect to see in every camper, setting the right example by keeping to our core values of musicianship and strong ethics in every area. Our campers learn life lessons of great value--but don't tell them they are learning! They're too busy having fun making music with coaches: Frank Natter Jr. , Frank Natter Sr, and Hillyn Natter. Our coaches will guide these young musicians for a week of fun filled music learning. Face Arts Music has been established since 2000, our teachers have combined over 40 years of teaching experience. Our returning campers speak for our program and with that, ever year there is more to learn and fun to have. Our summer music program has been running 9 successful years, and our expert staff are professional music educators as well as performers.
Located in the beautiful downtown Deep River, Connecticut, 83 Main Street
Call 860-526-1190 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Drop Off (8:15 AM) Pick Up between (3:05 & 3:30 PM)
A reservation deposit of $100.00 per child, per session is required. This deposit will be deducted from the session fee when the balance is paid by May 10, 2015.
DATES & TIME
Meets Monday - Friday Starts at 9:00 AM Ends at 3:00 PM
Mon. June 26, Tues. June 27, Wednesday June 28, Thursday June 29, Friday June 30
off July 1, show date July 2, 2017
Read what our campers have to say!
It was a great experience, and I loved learning my instrument with someone who knows what they’re doing.”Lucy Newman
“It was fun to make new friends while learning more about music.” Jordan Lamoureux
“It is amazing that all this can get done in just a week.” Alex Ligget
“I learned so much from less than a full week at camp. Being in a band and working with others helped me become a much better musician” Carolyn Raymond
“I got to play piano and write melodies.”
“It was an awesome one of a kind experience.” Elliot Stack
“I learned a lot of chords and how to make them. It was all a great experience for me. This camp gave me the chance to learn more independently.” Mia Stack
“What I liked about Face Arts Summer Ensemble was learning to play chords on new instruments.” Caroline Benzi:
“I learned Under Pressure and Be Okay.”
“Boy oh boy, learning experience 10/10, I’ll for sure come back next year.” Nina Hoehnebart
“It is cool to be able to play and write music with other kids who care about it as much as you do.” Abby Johnson
“A fun, learning experience.” Cooper Johnson
“What I liked about this was learning new things in theory.” Eric Johnson
“Summer Ensemble is a great way for me to learn new music. It enhances my learning.” Samuel Matt