The Carroll Symphony Orchestra invites students in grades 1-12 to a fun and exciting week of musical exploration on June 25th-29th.
“Students are invited to experience a week of learning, connecting, and performing with members of the Carroll Symphony Orchestra,” explained Conductor Terry Lowry. “This camp is all about fun, making new friends, and exploring the world of music!”
Participants will study a major instrument, learn music history and theory, and experience the thrill of making music in a youth orchestra. Students who are already in a band program are asked to bring their instruments. Those who are not yet in a program, will begin with a violin of the appropriate size for their age.
Students interested in string instruments can bring their own. However, the center will have violins for students that do not own an instrument. Optional private lessons will be available with the acclaimed, professional musicians of the CSO during the afternoons. The fee is $100 per camper.
Campers will have the opportunity to perform with the Carroll Community Wind Ensemble on Tuesday, June 26 at 7:00 p. m. They can also hear the new Carrollton Jazz Orchestra on Friday, June 29 at 6:30 p.m. Both concerts are free and open to the public.