For the students who perform well in the Festival, the judges will 'rank' the performers in each festival session. This list will be sent to the various string camp administrators for them to decide on recruitment and scholarships. Other summer music camps and/or orchestra programs may or may not request this same list. It will be available to them, but it is their prerogative whether or not to employ this list for recruitment and scholarships.
If you or your students desire to attend a certain camp, please follow the guidelines as listed on the camp's website. We will endeavor to keep this list updated, but please refer to the camp or program's website for current information. Click to view more about each camp or program:
Principal Guest conductor, DR. RYAN MURPHY, Associate Director of the Tabernable Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.
Guest Choral conductor, MR. BENJAMIN GAUGHRAN
July 31 - August 5, 2023
Sponsored by Vivace Youth Orchestras and Timpanogos Arts Foundation
Located at SLCC Miller Campus, Sandy, UT
SIX orchestra levels and FOUR choirs; enrichment classes and more.
Lowest tuition rates, tried and true lovable coaches, proves to be an unforgettable experience every year.
See website for more information.
June 26 - July 1, 2023,
Sponsored by American Heritage School
Located on the American Heritage Campus, American Fork
A one-week orchestra intensive for student musicians ages 8-21
Specials Guest Artists: Igor and Vesna Gruppman
Three orchestras - Chamber Music - Sectionals - Performances - Fun Activities
All chamber music is pre-selected, view & register on their website. All ages and skill levels
Camp Dates: July 18-22, 2022
Location: Waterford School, Sandy UT and online
Mini-Camp (children up to age 13) - July 5-8, 2023
Teen Camp (must be at least 13) - July 10-15, 2023
Idaho's Harriman State Park.
Students at the retreat are each assigned to a small chamber ensemble (string quartet or trio) where they receive coaching from professional performers and teachers. In addition to string quartets and other small ensembles, all students participate in a chamber orchestra. Students also have the opportunity to attend violin, viola, and cello master classes and participate in fiddling, viola, and cello choirs.See website for deadline and details.
Ages 12-17. A day camp (9am-1pm)
Daily sectionals with a fantastic coach. String students who are playing at ASTA levels 3-4 and are comfortable with shifting and vibrato will be a good fit for this program. Suzuki books 4-7 or Barber books 2-3).
Again, we will endeavor to keep this list updated, but please refer to the camp or program's website for current information.