MAFAA Summer Camps

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Jun 24 - Aug 4, 2024 - 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Big Band

June 24–28, 2024
Join us this summer and experience the fun of being part of the Big Band! This camp is for students 8th grade to college level who play trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, guitar, bass, vibraphone, and drums. Students must have 2 years of instruction or be proficient on their instrument of study. Students will be paired together based on experience and will spend the week gaining experience in being part of the big band, jazz history, improvisation, various jazz styles, and more! This camp is led by Dave Dickey, Kevin Gianino, and other special guests.

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Theatre Camp

July 22–26, 2024
Act out this summer and join us for Theatre Camp! From improvisation and reader’s theatre to dance and musicals, we’ve got something for everyone! Students will be grouped together by age and experience, gain friendships that last a lifetime, and learn to express themselves creatively to build confidence and more!

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Show Choir and Junior Show Choir

July 29 - August 2, 2024
Show Choir: This camp will feature fabulous music with high-energy dancing, singing with lush harmonies, costumes, lights, and cool special effects to make this amazing show come alive in true show-choir style! There is something for everyone, including many solo opportunities!

Jr. Show Choir: Junior campers will learn fun songs with singing and movement inspired by our theme for the summer. They will join the Show Choir cast in the Friday night Show Choir Showcase featuring the songs they have learned plus one combined song! Students will experience a week of upbeat music, singing, dancing, costumes, lights, and solo opportunities.

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Middle School Band Camp

August 5-9, 2024
This camp will include both small- and full-band rehearsals, master classes, music theory classes, team building, and more. Students will be paired with peers of the same ability and experience, giving them the best opportunities to grow and gain confidence with their instrument. This camp is directed by Mrs. Linda Huck and assisted by area band directors