Work Hard. Play Harder.
The UNT summer camp challenged me. It helped me focus deeper into the music and mature as a person and a musician. It was an awesome experience seeing the college and combining with more orchestra people.
-Haley Klopping, student
I've gone to the UTA Summer Strings camp every year since the fifth grade. I look forward to it every summer! We learn a lot of cool music, get to meet lots of new friends and the concert at the end is always a ton of fun!
-Kyle Porter, student
I started going to UTA Summer Strings last year and now I want to go every year. The music is tough but I really feel like I learn a lot, and it's so much fun staying in the dorms and being surrounded by so many musicians!
-Shelly Magnotti, student
My kid loves going to UTA Summer Strings. He's always exhausted but happy when he comes back and I love the opportunities he gets there. They bring in some great teachers and he learns a lot. I recommend it to anyone!
-Joey Harris - parent
Denton Campus Music Building
The Orchestra Summer Day Camp (directed by Dr. Rebecca Roesler) is offered each summer during the month of June. Over 125 students rehearse in elementary and middle school orchestras under the direction of guest conductors. Students also receive instruction in music theory and music history classes.
The Baylor University School of Music annual Middle School Band and Orchestra Camp offers one week of intense, yet fun-filled training in performance. Camp students are under the artistic supervision and guidance of the faculty of the Baylor School of Music. In addition, outstanding music teachers, conductors, and performers from throughout the state of Texas will join the staff to ensure that students receive the highest quality instruction. The camp will conclude Saturday morning with the Grand Concert featuring musical performances by each of the camp ensembles.
Overnight and Commuter Approximately $405
The UTA Summer Strings Camp provides young musicians who have been playing a string instrument for at least one year the opportunity to learn advanced techniques, theory and music literature from outstanding music educators in a string orchestra setting. High school students can also receive instruction from the UTA Music Department professors on Texas All State Audition materials in an All State Masterclass.