|Jul 6 - Jul 19, 2014 |
Soak up Philadelphia's rhythm and flow. Compose and perform your own work, learn and explore new musical concepts, and grow from the time you spend learning from our faculty.
The UArts Pre-College Summer Institute Music program
Each summer, UArts hosts serious musicians and vocalists in our intensive Music program, which is designed to offer you an opportunity to perform with your peers in a professional university environment. the program focuses on Jazz, with an overview of other styles and genres of music. For the two-week intensive program you should be proficient in your instrument. You will have a unique opportunity to study with many of the University’s outstanding core faculty. Participation in the summer Music program is designed to improve your knowledge of technique, musical styles, improvisation, theory, ear training, reading and performance in a variety of contemporary music ensemble settings.
The program is open to all young musicians, regardless of style. Students are accepted into the program in one of the following performance areas: bass (upright or electric), drum set, guitar, vibes, Latin and Brazilian hand drum, piano, saxophone, trombone, trumpet and voice. While we recognize you may play more than one instrument, we require that you choose one instrument to play and study while enrolled in the program
A message from the SI Music Faculty
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Located in vibrant downtown Philadelphia
UArts is footsteps away from world-famous museums, entertainment venues, summer concerts and activities, and opportunities to learn, grow and be inspired. Whether you've set your sights on a premier music school or you are still trying to figure it out, our Summer Institute gives you the chance to live your music and to experience what a life in music could be like.
TAKE A CLOSE LOOK at our program, call us and even visit. We think you'll find that the UArts Summer Institute is an experience that no other art college in the country can provide.
NOTE: All information currently reflects the 2014 program. Please check back soon for information on the 2015 program.