Sun, Jan 14th | 10:30 AM
We hope you enjoy reading about last year's camp classes! 2018 camp classes will be different, but still a bit similar in concept! Stay tuned for more info.
Old Time Fiddle Class »
In Matt’s old-time fiddle class, students will learn several toe-tapping Appalachian square dance tunes and one excellent joke. The fiddle tunes will be taught by ear, phrase by phrase. Students will also learn about each tune's source and sing any lyrics associated with the tune. All of the tunes (and the joke) will be well-suited for sharing at jam sessions at camp and beyond.
| Maria McCullough
Southwest Fiddle Class »
In the Southwest fiddle class, students will learn dance tunes from New Mexico and Arizona. The music is a mixture of Native American and European influences. The fiddle tunes will be taught by ear, phrase by phrase. Students will also learn about each tune's source and sing any lyrics and dance steps that are associated with them. All of the tunes will be well-suited for sharing at jam sessions at camp and beyond.
| Katherine Athanasiou
Kodály Singing Class »
The Kodály concept is an approach to music education developed in Hungary during the mid-twentieth century by composer and musicologist, Zoltán Kodály. One of the goals of this educational philosophy is for the students to develop the ability to hear music they see and see music they hear. In the Fiddle Camp Kodály Singing class, students will sing rounds and canons, play singing games and play-parties. All the repertoire in this class will be in the folk tradition and will be taught by ear, and campers will then use aspects of all the music they sing to learn rhythm reading/writing and solfège (do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do). The skills presented in this class will help each student strengthen and round out their musicianship!