Community Music Program
String and Keyboard Exploration Day Camp
University of Central Missouri
Department of Music
Downloadable Brochure w/Registration Form
Dates: June 13 through June 17, 2011
Eligibility and Camp Size: This day camp is designed for students who are at least 8 years old and have completed the 3rd Grade. In order to give every camper adequate attention, enrollment will be limited to 8 students.
Mission: The mission of the UCM String and Keyboard Exploration Day Camp is for students to have fun while getting acquainted with string instruments, acquiring some basic keyboard skills, and learning about the general elements of music via an interactive composition project. Previous experience with string instruments or piano is NOT required; however we will be happy to take campers who do have previous experience. Activities will be tailored to make the most of every camper’s abilities. Please describe any previous experience in the spaces provided so that we may plan accordingly.
Cost: $100. Checks should be made payable to “UCM Community Music Program”
Instruments: All instruments will be provided for the week at no cost to campers! We are very grateful to Meyer Music, of Blue Springs, MO for their generous donation of instruments and t-shirts.
Important Dates and Daily Schedule:
- Mon, June 6: Registration closes
- Wed, June 9 at 9:30am: INSTRUMENT SIZING MEETING
- MANDATORY for all campers so that we may provide instruments correctly sized for each student
Daily Camp Schedule:
Classes will take place in the Utt Music Building on the campus of University of Central Missouri.
TIME LOCATION ACTIVITY 9:30-10:30am Utt 102B String Class 10:30-11:30 Utt 102B Compostion and Snack Time 11:30-12:30 Utt 109 Keyboard Skills Class 12:30 Vistor's Parking Lot Dismissal
Campers will be dismissed from the Visitors Parking Lot just off of South Street. Parents should pick their campers up there.
Mary Lubaroff has taught elementary strings and orchestra in Iowa, Michigan, Kansas, and Missouri for more than twenty years. She currently teaches in the Lee’s Summit R-7 Schools. Mrs. Lubaroff received her Bachelor of Music degree from The University of Iowa, and a Masters of Music degree from Kansas State University. She is an active member of the Missouri String Teachers Association and American String Teachers Association.
Mia Hynes is Professor of Piano and Piano Pedagogy, and Director of the Community Music Program at the University of Central Missouri. She received her training at the Indiana University School of Music where she received B.M. and M.M. Degrees and served on the teaching staff of the Young Pianists Program. She received the D.M.A. degree at the Eastman School of Music. She holds a professional certificate from the Music Teachers National Association and is a past state president of the Missouri Federation of Music Clubs.
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