NATION’S FINEST MUSIC STUDENTS ATTEND CAMP AND TAKE TO
THE STAGE AT THE YAMAHA YOUNG MUSICIANS CONCERT
WHO: Music students from around the U.S and Canada ages 7 - 15 will attend an energizing three-day camp this July honing their music skills and complement, augment and inspire ongoing studies at the Yamaha Music School.
The camp will culminate in a concert for teachers, parents and friends where students they will perform their original compositions and improvisations.
A keyboard ensemble will be conducted by Michael Hall, Associate Conductor of the Pacific Symphony. Several of the students hail from Los Angeles, Orange and Sans Diego Counties.
WHAT: The Yamaha Music Education System (YMES) enables children all over the world to study under one Yamaha music method, using the same textbooks and following the same curriculum, ultimately promoting a new international musical generation. Its philosophy is two-fold: to teach children how to play instruments and learn how to study music. The program is geared toward enabling students to express themselves through musical composition.
During the summer camp program, young musicians will attend piano and keyboard ensemble performance clinics, along with percussion and composition clinics.
WHERE: Biola University
13800 Biola Avenue
La Mirada, California
WHEN: Camp is open to Yamaha Music School students only, however,
Members of the media are welcome to witness clinics. Call for detailed times.
The Concert will be held at Crowell Hall on the Biola campus July 28 at 7:00 pm. Admission is FREE and members of the public are welcome to attend.
No children under the age of six are permitted. For tickets or additional information, please call (800) 722-8856.