10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Daily, June 27, 2022 - July 1, 2022, CMU School of Music Campus
Registration deadline: Wednesday, June 1, 2022
We welcome students ages 6-11 yrs old to enjoy a week on the beautiful Carnegie Mellon campus, playing and creating music together in a fun and friendly environment! The CMU Summer String Camp is designed for the beginning and intermediate string student to inspire and motivate them to develop and improve their musical skills while sparking their creativity. Students will have the opportunity to use music technology to create music and tell a story using their instruments. Note reading and rhythm will be reinforced in musicianship & eurhythmics classes, as well as playing together in group classes and small ensembles.
Statement on CMU Campus COVID Protocol
Please note the following program guidelines regarding the current CMU Visitor Protocol:
For programs involving minors at Carnegie Mellon University, it is expected that all participants aged 5 years and older attest that they have either received a COVID-19 vaccine, unless unable to be vaccinated due to a disability or strong religious/moral conviction or will complete a COVID-19 test and provide negative test results to the Responsible Party within 72 hours prior to the program event.
NOTE: For ongoing or weekly occurring programs, testing is expected to be completed each week or prior to campus visits throughout the duration of the program.
Parent/guardian drop-off/pick up of minors is not subject to these requirements at this time. If guardian(s) are staying on or at campus for the duration of the program or event, then they are subject to the requirements as outlined in the current CMU Visitor Protocol.
Camp FacultyMaryBeth Schotting - Camp Director/Violin Faculty/Music Technology & Storytelling
Paula Tuttle - Cello Faculty
Stephen Ehrlich - Ensemble Director/Musicianship Faculty
More faculty announcements coming soon!