June 13-June 17, 2022
Join the UT Southern music faculty for a week of learning and music-making at our first annual Summer Music Camp! From beginners to experienced musicians, the UT Southern Summer Music Camp has a place for all who want to learn about music including classes in various music-related subjects and an ensemble experience culminating in a final performance on the evening of June 17. Open to students from rising 7th-graders to rising high school seniors (ages 12-18), the camp includes:
- Two performing ensembles: campers may choose to sing in the choir (open to all who are interested) or play in the jazz band (previous instrumental experience expected)
- Classes in piano, music history, music theory, conducting, and more!
- T-shirt, provided for the final performance and for the camper to keep!
- Daily snacks
- Affordable cost: only $100 for the week for each camper with a $25 discount for additional campers from the same family!
A typical camp day begins with two one-hour classes in the 10:00 and 11:00 hours. Multiple classes are offered in each hour-long block, so campers can choose which classes interest them the most! After a lunch break (lunch is NOT provided, campers should bring their own!), camp resumes with afternoon rehearsal blocks for the choir and jazz band ensembles. These two ensembles will prepare musical repertoire to be performed in Friday evening’s free public concert. Parents, that’s your chance to come see what your students have learned during the week!
We look forward to seeing you as part of the UT Southern Summer Music Camp! For additional information, contact Andrew Martin at email@example.com.
Meet Our Staff
Andrew Martin – Choir
Brendan Jacklin – Piano
Pianist, educator, and lecturer, Brendan Jacklin is dedicated to sharing new sounds and ideas through his music. He has premiered over 50 new works for both solo piano and chamber ensembles, and has commissioned works from composers across the United States and Canada. Jacklin has a special interest in performing interdisciplinary and multimedia music, including pairing music with electronics, video, poetry, and dance. His solo recital programs reflect these interests, featuring a blend of traditional repertoire, contemporary music, electronics, and other interdisciplinary elements.
Chris Moser – Band
Andrew Martin, a choral conductor, clinician, and arranger, is in demand as a choral clinician and adjudicator and his arrangements are performed by choirs throughout the country. Martin currently serves as Director of Choral Activities at the University of Tennessee Southern in Pulaski, Tennessee after previously holding the same position at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois. Martin also was a graduate teaching assistant at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana where he conducted the University Choral Union and was the assistant conductor of the Ball State University Singers.
Chris Moser spent his early career touring the globe with Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises as a trumpet player and director of music. Back on land, he now teaches band sectionals and clinics for grades 6-12, as well as directing and arranging music for show choir bands. In his free time, Moser enjoys playing in a variety of performing groups, ranging from classical to big band and pop/rock.
Ready to join us? Follow the steps below to sign up!
Step 1: Register
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Step 2: Complete Required Forms
Download and complete the medical forms below. They can be completed digitally and returned via email to firstname.lastname@example.org OR printed and returned by mail to:
433 West Madison St.
Pulaski, TN 38478
Step 3: Submit Payment
We’re very proud to provide an affordable learning experience through the UTS Summer Music Camp. Click the button below to submit your registration fees.
First camper – $100
Each additional camper from the same family – $75