Are you starting to think about some fun summer activities for your kids? Here are three reasons kids will love attending a music and theater camp this summer:
1. Kids continue to develop their music and theater skills.
If your child has started a music or theater program, a summer camp is an excellent way for them to continue developing their skills. Rather than taking the summer off from learning, kids can use the summer to make progress, improve, and increase their confidence.
2. Kids get to try something new.
This summer, Fox Music has a few different music and theater summer camp options for kids. Summertime is perfect for trying something new! Here is what we have to offer in 2021:
Ukulele Camp (ages 6-12)
Kids will learn how to play chords, melodies, and songs on this fun, popular instrument. (A ukulele will be provided while at camp, but feel free to bring your own if you have one.)
Music Makers Camp: Melody & Rhythm Fun (ages 6-12)
Your kids will explore the process of creating music through exciting instruments like boomwhackers, bells, drums, and more!
Basics Of Improv (ages 12-18)
Whether you’re an experienced actor or have never participated in theater, this Basics of Improv camp is for you. Hone your acting skills while learning the basics of improvisation through fun and exciting activities!
Musical Theatre Intensive (ages 12-18)
Are you a musical theatre fan? In this week-long camp, kids will explore concepts like the history of musical theatre, basic dance techniques, acting through song, and more.
3. Kids will meet and have fun with others.
Summer camps are a fun way for kids to meet others who share an interest in music and theater. Not only can kids develop valuable social skills, but they might also form new friendships and strengthen existing ones.
Fox Music believes each child should discover their talents in the arts. Our camp directors will grow each child’s unique talents through exploring music and theater.
We offer camps for ages 6-12 and 12-18. Due to social distancing requirements, spaces are limited this year. For more information, please contact us at (757) 650-2100 or [email protected].