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June 13--16, 2016 at 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and

Friday June 17, 2016 9:00 AM to 7:30 PM  EDT

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Broad Ripple High School 
1115 Broad Ripple Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46220

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Larry Krauser 
Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis 

2016 Strings & Jazzy Things Summer Music Camp 

Strings & Jazzy Things is a high powered music camp for serious middle school students who have had at least 2 academic years playing their instruments. Our goal is to develop students' leadership  and instrumental skills while having fun working with professional musicians and educators.

We are really excited about the 2016 camp!  Betty Perry, Charles Flowers, and Orcenith Smith are returning as ensemble directors!  Most of our senior staff is returning as well, so we know you will get excellent instruction by great musicians and educators!

Strings & Jazzy Things summer music camp is for both orchestra and band players

Please note that the time of the camp is different on Friday.  Students will remain at camp through the afternoon for a pizza party and the Celebration Concert.  The concert is 6 to 7:30 pm. Students are released to their parents after the concert.

There are a few qualifications:

  • Students must be able to read standard music notation.
  • Students must have 2 school years playing the insturment they will play at camp.
  • Students must be 10 through 15 years of age.
  • Students must be up to date on their immunizations.
  • Participation in the Friday evening Celebration Concert is required.
  • All students must abide by the Strings & Jazzy Things Community Standards.

Please have parents and students read the Strings & Community Standards (Link HERE).  You will be asked to confirm your agreement to adhere to these standards during the registration process.

Please register each camper separately.  Thank you.

Please note

By participation in Stings & Jazzy Things music camp, you agree that photographs and recordings of your student may be shared with other campers in an appropriate and supportive manner.  Photographs and recordings may also be used by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Indianapolis to promote and support the camp.