The Redlands Symphony 2019 Summer Music Academy is Coming This Summer
The Academy returns July 8-19, 2019, and it'll be even better than ever! Call our office at 909.587.5565 or send us a message to stay up-to-date on important information.
At the Redlands Symphony Summer Music Academy
The Redlands Symphony Summer Music Academy is a two-week summer music day camp where kids age 8-14 can explore their music passions. This exciting camp is open to students of all abilities. Everyone receive training and instruction in a broad range of musical topics, such as theory/aural skills, music history, and ensembles.
Your kids will also experience special programming, which includes presentations by musicians from the Redlands Symphony and field trips to local sites for musically enriching events.
The Academy concludes with a grand finale concert on July 19, 2019, at 3 pm, where you, your family, and friends can see what your young artists have accomplished over the two-week period.
Who are the teachers?
Our staff and faculty are active musicians and educators throughout the region, including members of the Redlands Symphony Orchestra. Every instructor is highly-trained as a musician and educator, and each is First Aid and CPR certified to ensure a safe and fun learning environment for everyone.
The Summer Music Academy is presented by the Redlands Symphony, which has been bringing classical music to our community since 1950.
Students also have the opportunity to observe a Master Musician Presentation by a member of the Redlands Symphony, receiving insight into the life of a professional musician and guidance on ways to improve their own musicianship. Past Master Musicians have included:
- Ransom Wilson, Redlands Symphony Music Director & Conductor
- Sara Andon, Redlands Symphony Principal Flute
- Sam Fischer, Redlands Symphony Orchestra Concert Master
- Kathryn Nevin, Redlands Symphony Principal Clarinet
- David Scott, Redlands Symphony Principal Trumpet
What classes are available?
All students will study choir, music theory, and music history.
Ensemble Sessions Focused on:
- String Orchestra
- Chamber Vocal
Instrument Exploration could include:
- Instrumental Chamber
What will a day be like?
Every day at the Academy will be an adventure!
Each day will have a structured schedule, like this:
|7am||Early Drop Off Time|
|8am||Student Drop Off|
|8:30am||Morning Activity Session with Camp Counselors|
(Special presentations may take place, like a highlight of Jazz history)
|11:30am||Music Arual Skills|
(Special presentations from professional musicians and local field trips may take place)
(Options could include Instrument Exploration, Conducting, Ukuele, Recorder, Piano, Instrumental Chamber)
|3pm||Musical Theater Production|
|4pm||Student Pick Up|
|4:30pm||Late Pick Up Time|
This Year, Registration Includes:
- A cool Summer Music Academy t-shirt
- A ukulele and/or recorder of their own, so they can keep making music
- A voucher for four tickets to take their family to a Redlands Symphony concert of their choice in the 2019–20 season
Tuition is non-refundable after the Academy begins July 8, 2019. Any refund must be requested in writing and received by the Redlands Symphony no later than 7 business days before July 8, 2019. In case of emergencies, exceptions may be made at the discretion of the Redlands Symphony.
The Romance of Schumann
Enjoy masterpieces by Schumann and a special appearance by this year's U of R Concerto Competition Winner, Gerardo Lopez.
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Our 2018 Academy Sponsors Included:
We would like to thank our sponsors, whose generous donations allow us to underwrite scholarships for dozens of students with financial need:
- US Bank
- Southern California Edison
- Marilyn Solter
- San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
- Tim Rochford, The Rochford Foundation
- Southern California Edison
The Academy is also made possible by the generous donors who support the Redlands Symphony.