23 Wall Street, Concord, NH 03301 Phone 603-228-1196 Click here to email us.
For students entering grades 1 -6 in fall of 2020
Dates: Monday - Friday, week of July 20-24
Times: 9 am - 4 pm
Tuition: $270/week ($245 if registered by May 15th)
Before- and after-care fees are $5/session ($10/day or $50/week)
Download a brochure here.
This week-long camp will engage students entering grades 1-6 in music, movement, visual art activities and indoor and outdoor games. Each day, participants, who will be grouped by grade level (grades 1-2; 3-4; and 5-6), will rotate through planned activities and scheduled breaks and lunchtime. We’ll begin and end each day with a camp-wide gathering in which participants can share experiences and get to know campers in other groups. Weather permitting, we’ll take advantage of our proximity to Fletcher-Murphy park (just outside our doors) and spend time in the sunshine. On the afternoon of the final day, we invite family and friends to stop by early and experience the fruits of our time together. Questions? Call 603-228-1196. Thanks!
Participate in a broad range of instrumental and vocal experiences, and develop music theory and reading skills. Campers will play in a recorder ensemble, try some orchestral instruments, and sing in a choral and play party settings.
Learn basic dance steps and styles while exploring space, time, shape and weight. We’ll bend, twist,shake and wiggle! Group and partnering activities will be used. Campers should be prepared to moveand dance each day. Come dressed to move, bring a big water bottle, and leave with an enormous smile!
Enjoy drawing, painting, and sculpting while exploring and learning about various famous artists throughout history. Using different mediums, campers will learn about different art forms and styles and improve their artistic abilities. By the end of the week, each camper will have created numerous works of art which they will present in an art show at the end of their final day of camp.
Maria IsaakSinging and Instrumental MusicMaria Isaak received her master’s in music from the New England Conservatory in Boston. Maria has worked as a freelance bassoonist throughout New England including the Portland Symphony, Portland Chamber Orchestra, New Hampshire Philharmonic, and many others. In addition to teaching bassoon and directing the children’s choral program at Concord Community Music School, Maria teaches at St. Paul’s School, and Deerfield Community School.
Heather OberheimDance and Creative MovementHeather Oberheim directs the early childhood program at the Music School. She also travels to other sites to teach through the School’s Music in the Community Initiative (MICI), including programs with pre-school special needs children and Laconia teens enrolled in an early childhood education program. Heather earned her undergraduate degree at Colby-Sawyer College, majoring in psychology with a concentration in dance. She also holds a master’s degree in dance movement therapy from Antioch New England Graduate School.
Somayeh KashiVisual ArtsSomayeh Kashi holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Massachusetts College of Art and Design (with a concentration in architecture) and a Master’s degree in secondary education from the University of Phoenix. Passionate about the fine arts from an early age, she now shares that passion as an art teacher at Rundlett Middle School in Concord. She is the mother of two young children and loves all manner of creative pursuits including cooking, baking, painting, and photography.
Questions? Call 603-228-1196. Thanks!
There’s no other specialty arts camp like it!
Refund Policy: Tuition for classes that are cancelled because they do not meet minimum enrollment will be refunded in full.
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