By Jeffrey Buck
Do you have a child interested in making music? Are you looking for a summer camp to help them do just that?
Look no further than the MSU Community Music School-Detroit. The school is offering two options this year, Rock Camp (June 16-20) and Aspiring Musicians Camp (June 23-27).
According to the school, “This year’s camps will excite young minds with sessions such as songwriting, jazz improvisation, sight-singing/ear training, musical entrepreneurship and more!”
Here are the details for each of the camps:
Aspiring Musicians Program
– June 23-27 (9 AM – 3 PM)
– Ages 9 to 17
– Cost: $200
– Students should have at least one year’s experience on winds, brass, strings, percussion, piano or guitar.
– Campers will get to tour the famous United Sound Systems Recording Studios and also record the camp song.
– June 16-20 (1 PM – 5 PM)
– Ages 12 to 18
– Cost $200
– Students should have some experience on guitar, bass, drum set, piano, brass or vocals.
– Campers will have the opportunity to perform at The Magic Stick, one of Detroit’s top live music venues on June 20 at 7 PM.
Registration for classes/camps can be found by clicking here. For those students who qualify, tuition assistance is available.
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