The 2022 UIndy Summer Piano Camp will bring aspiring young musicians back to campus for a week of musical lessons and games.
From June 6 to 10, campers will learn about various aspects of music, including:
- Solo and ensemble performance
Campers will be placed into small groups (typically four students each) led by a UIndy music professor, student or alumni, or other professional musician. Along with traditional lessons, campers will have the opportunity to play fun musical games to boost their creativity.
Founding Director and UIndy Professor of Music Dr. Rebecca Sorley has worked with students of all ages. Last year, the program went virtual due to the pandemic. Now, Dr. Sorley is excited to welcome campers back to campus.
“The UIndy Summer Piano Camp is always a highlight of my year,” said Dr. Sorley. “It is so wonderful to see how the students bond with their small groups as they work on music together, creating friendships that often reach beyond camp! The enthusiasm that is generated really helps these young people increase their excitement about music and playing the piano, and they often come back year after year.”
The UIndy Summer Piano Camp is open to children ages seven to 12 years old, with registration costing $160 per camper. The camp will run from June 6 to 10, from 9 a.m. to noon daily, at the University of Indianapolis.
Register your child today at https://camps.uindy.edu/camp/summer-piano-camp/.