June 26-July 1, 2016
Students participating in the UW-Whitewater Jazz Camp will gain a better foundation of jazz knowledge and understanding through playing in large ensembles and smaller combos. In addition to the groups, attention will be given to enhancing abilities on each student’s instrument, improvisation, and various jazz styles. Students going into 9th grade through graduating seniors are welcome to participate in this camp program.
- Jazz Styles and Analysis
- Instrument Specific Masterclass
- Morning Big Band Rehearsal
- Big Band Rehearsal
- Music Class (Improvisation, Theory, etc.)
- Combo Rehearsal
- Dinner/Free Time
- Evening Sectional or Individual Practice
- Evening Concert (different each night)
- Free Time (swimming, movies, games, or individual practice time)
- Bed Check/Lights Out
$480 (Includes Room and Board)
$435 (Includes Lunch and Dinner)
The Jazz Camp is open to all students who will enter grades 9-12 in the fall and recent graduates (in the fall of 2015).
High school graduates who have graduated in June 2015 are also eligible to attend.
Full payment due June 27, 2015
DiscountsEarly Bird Discount of $30 when registered by May 16, 2015
Q&A: SUMMER JAZZ CAMPS
Who are the staff members?
The staff is made up of experienced licensed music educators, UW-Whitewater faculty and Music Education students.
How well are the campers supervised?
Our camper to staff ratio is 10:1. Staff are assigned to teach, organize activities and to monitor the welfare of the campers.
All resident campers are housed in residence hall facilities on the UW-Whitewater campus. Adult counselors, in attendance at the residence hall, will organize and supervise student activities. While roommate requests are honored whenever possible, campers are paired by age and gender. Developing new friends by having a new roommate is encouraged.
Meals will be served in a University dining center. There will be a welcome gathering on Sunday evening and a final banquet on Thursday evening.