USC's Music department hosts Summer Camp for kids
20 Jul 2018 | Campus News | Curtis Henry
USC Music’s annual Summer Symphony Music Camp has begun. This exciting music camp started on July 9th and ends on July 21st. Children between the ages of 5-16 will get a chance to participate in daily activities such as Art & Craft, Music Theory/History, Instrumental Instruction, Choral Ensemble and Instrumental Ensemble. These activities aim to help children develop life lasting social and emotional skills.
Under the leadership of Mr. Niall Edwards and Chelsea Sealy along with a team of qualified instructors, campers will be inspired and motivated to embrace risks utilizing their skills without the looming fear of failure and repercussions. They will get a chance to enjoy an experience in music education specifically crafted to meet their needs. On July 17th campers will be heading to the National Academy of the Performing Arts (NAPA) and the National Steel Symphonic Orchestra for an educational field trip. On the 21st, campers will then get the opportunity to showcase all they have learnt during a concert which will be held in the Social Sciences Auditorium at the University of the Southern Caribbean.