Summer at Powers Music School is the perfect place for kids to explore instruments, learn the foundations of music, and bring out the rhythm and song inside of them! You and your camper can learn all about this musical camp at the Boston Camp Fair!
Summer at Powers Music School offers two programs for those just starting their musical journeys (Kids Crescendo and Sound Safari) and three for more advanced students (Music on the Hill, Suzuki on the Hill, String Traditions).
Kids Crescendo (ages 5-11, CITs ages 13-15) is a 1 or 2-week immersive experience for kids to learn and understand music through movement, story, and song. Participants learn basic violin and keyboard skills, translate their energy into percussion, and showcase all they’ve learned in a final performance.
Sound Safari (ages 8-12) is a unique and fun 1-week exploration of a variety of different musical instruments and genres. This program is great choice for anyone hoping to try and decide on an instrument before the start of the school year!
Don't miss Summer at Powers Music School at the Boston Camp Fair this February - their representatives can't wait to speak with you!
The Tony Williams Dance Center Summer Camp provides an intimate environment for children to practice or develop their passion for dance. Whether your camper is looking to develop a love for movement or is an experienced dance pro, the Tony Williams Dance Center Summer Camp might be the place for you!
All four sessions of the Tony Williams Dance Center Summer Camp are one week and include a daily ballet class, 2-3 other dance or fine arts offerings, and a culminating camp-wide performance for families. The program also offers daily arts and crafts and outdoor lunches in the park.
Campers will learn to dance with the help of amazing staff, have fun, make new friends, and perform for their parents at the end of their time at the Tony Williams Dance Center Summer Camp. If this sounds like the program for you, speak with their representatives at the Boston Camp Fair!
This blog is written by Abby Barber, owner of Barber Events and the Boston Camp Fair.