Westerhoff/RFA Music Camp
Mon – Fri, August 7-11, 2017, 9 AM – 3 PM.
RFA Lakeside Theater and other Rangeley locations
Sponsored by the Westerhoff Family Foundation, the Maine Community Foundation, the Maine Arts Commission and the RFA.
Make great music and great friends at the Westerhoff-RFA Music Camp this summer!
This week-long camp offers campers the chance to learn from music teachers who have a proven ability to work with youth. Activities alternate between individual instruction, practice, and performance to group lessons, music-making and fun musicianship classes. Campers learn to play music with others, write music and advance their individual skills. Each day will include group singing and a noontime outdoor recreational period. On Friday, campers will showcase all that they have learned in a performance for family and friends.
Instruments: All instruments and voice
Prerequisite/eligibility: 6 months experience playing an instrument or studying voice, or singing in a group setting (chorus or choir); students with no previous musical experience are also encouraged to apply and will be considered for participation on an individual basis.
Camp Size: A maximum of 20 students working both individually and in small and large groups.
Location: RFA Lakeside Theater and other downtown locations in Rangeley, Maine.
Dates, Time: August 7-11, 9 AM – 3 PM. Before and after hours available for additional fee.
Instructors: David Iskowitz of Westerhoff School of Music, Timothy Macek of Howard University, and Erin Smith: Music Instructor at RLRS.
Tuition: $200. for the week (financial aid available); ($50 nonrefundable deposit required upon registration)
Application: Final deadline: July 22, but we recommend early registration to ensure placement.
For Registration form, Click HERE.
Click here for Tuition Assistance Form
The Westerhoff/RFA Music Camp is presented by the Westerhoff School of Music and the Rangeley Friends of the Arts. It is supported by grants from the Maine Community Foundation and the Maine Arts Commission.
This article was written by Rangeley News Hound