Choral Vocal Camp
The Rowan Choral Vocal Camp offers students (grades 8-12) an opportunity to study with fine choral and vocal technicians and conductors. Over five days, musicians study quality repertoire privately and in ensembles, participate in master classes, and prepare a culminating concert. The camp is designed to both challenge advanced singers who have extensive honor choir experience and nurture students at the beginning of exploring the capabilities of his or her own voice.
Curriculum includes sight-reading, musicianship, music theory, class piano, small and large ensembles, group vocal technique, master classes, performances, and presentations on music careers. In addition, students will also be given the opportunity to take electives in various areas of music. Evening events feature performances by camp faculty and students themselves, performing with each other and the faculty.
Additional social activities include an ice cream social, pool time at the university Recreation Center, and other team-building activities. Students will quickly feel a welcome member of the musical environment.
Camp activities take place in Wilson Hall Music Building: Pfleeger Concert Hall, Boyd Recital Hall, Rehearsal and practice rooms. Students will be housed in air-conditioned Rowan University housing and will eat in the newly renovated Student Center Dining Hall. Dormitory and campus supervision will be provided by Rowan University Staff and Rowan University Campus Security.
*Campers may purchase a voice lesson package for an additional $50 which includes two (2) one-hour lessons.
A $100 non-refundable deposit is due upon application. Payment is due in full two weeks before the camp begins, and no changes in resident status can be accommodated after that time.
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Mail deposit or full camp payment to: