Music Makers Youth Symphonia Camp
- All staff, guest artists and students will be required to wear a mask throughout the camp except when actively eating, drinking or playing a wind or brass instrument. Each student will have their temperature taken by infrared thermometer on their forehead when they arrive at Artis—Naples. Students with a temperature over 100.4 will be asked to leave.
- Please complete the application with the link above.
- Once the application is submitted, you will be notified of acceptance or decline within 5-7 business days.
- In order to allow for appropriate social distancing, space is limited to approximately 25 students.
- Students who are not currently members of the Naples Philharmonic Youth Symphonia will be required to submit a video audition with their registration.
- 1 prepared solo piece of student choice. This piece should demonstrate the student’s musical and technical abilities.
- One 2 (or 3) octave scale of student choice.
$200. Financial assistance is available based on need.
Naples Philharmonic Youth Symphonia members and other exceptional young string players ages 10 to 17 are welcome to join in this one-week chamber-music-intensive program, culminating in a free Friday evening concert for the public. Led by Naples Philharmonic Violinist and Naples Philharmonic Youth Symphonia director Gregg Anderson, the concert will include classical, pop and film soundtrack selections.
Students will rotate between chamber music and string orchestra rehearsals.
Artis—Naples, Kimberly K. Querrey and Louis A. Simpson Cultural Campus
June 14–18, 2021
Jam Session and Pizza Party
June 16, 2021
June 18, 2021
Artis—Naples, Hayes Hall
If you have questions, please contact Katie Moilanen, youth ensembles coordinator at email@example.com or by calling 239-254-2672.
The Music Makers Youth Summer Camps are generously sponsored by Ellen and Frank Previte.
All programming and dates are subject to change. Artis—Naples will comply with guidance from Federal, state and local authorities and will be responsible and measured in decisions about events. As has been true since this public health crisis began, Artis—Naples main priority remains the health and safety of patrons, musicians, team members, visiting artists, students and the wider community.