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The University of Central Florida

UCF Summer Programs

UCF Music camps: Rock and Roll camp, International Flute camp
Rock and Roll camps: elementary-high school

Beginners: June 6-10

Intermediate-adv: July 25-29

Flute camp: Middle-high school

June 13-17
Program Cost: RnR: $200

Phone: (407)823-3581,(407)823-3696

Deadline: 05/01/05

Orlando Repertory Theatre (in partnership with the University of Central Florida) Civic Youth Academy
“The Rep” offers summer classes and camps for a diverse range of age groups and interests.  The classes and productions are designed to foster self-confidence, creative thinking, problem-solving skills, team, trust, and discipline through the medium of the performing arts.  All classes conclude with a showcase on the final day to which family and friends are cordially invited.  All classes and productions of the Civic Youth Academy adhere to the National Standards for Theatre Education and incorporate Florida Sunshine State Standards. 
Program Cost:


Deadline: 06/01/04

UCF Rock and Roll Camps: 2005
Rock and Roll camp offers students the opportunity to spend a week learning Rock and Roll material on Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, Drums, Voice; rehearsing with other students at similar levels as “rock bands”, and performing in a Rock concert for the public in costume on the final day.  Students can choose between the beginner week (June 6-10, 2005) for ages 8-14, and intermediate/advanced week (July 25-29, 2005).  Instructors are veteran rockers with at least 10 years in the business, all of whom have played with many big names in the world of Rock and Roll.  Emphasis is on ensemble (playing together), preparing material for performance with a deadline, and learning something new on your instrument. 
Program Cost: $200

Phone: (407)823-3581: Dr Diane Cardar

Deadline: 05/01/05

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