Department of Music

2024 Music Camps and Workshops

UTOLEDO STRING ORCHESTRA WORKSHOP

Photo of UToledo students playing violins

JUNE 4-27, 2024

LAST DAY To Register - Friday, May 31, 2024

Faculty: Norman Damschroder, UToldedo Orchestra Director

A chance to keep up your skills and play great string orchestra music in early summer. Open to college, high school, and community string players. Rehearses Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 7-8:30 p.m. in the UToledo Center for Performing Arts. 

Note: if you are under age 18, your parent or guardian must download and complete two forms in addition to completing the camp registration form.

Cost: $25 - covers music. Visit our online store and enter the amount of your payment.


UTOLEDO Guitar WORKSHOP

Guitar

2024 Dates tBA

Faculty: Jay Weik - UToledo Music, and Megan Heer, Toledo School for the Arts

UToledo Professor of Guitar Jay Rinsen Weik and Toledo School for the Arts faculty member, Megan Lesle-Heer, will lead three sessions covering aspects of guitar playing and performance including chords, scales, creative use of pedals, mindfulness and stress reduction for the performing guitarist, music theory, guitar history, listening lab, developing a practice routine, and even playing together in the guitar orchestra! The UToledo Guitar Camp is for high school musicians and will be held in the UToledo Center for Performing Arts (UToledo Main Campus).

Registration Details coming soon!

Note: if you are under age 18, your parent or guardian must download and complete two forms in addition to completing the camp registration form.


UT BAnds Drum Major Camp

Drum Major

2024 Dates tBA

Faculty:
Dr. Andrew "Tiger" Rhoads - UToledo Director of Athletic Bands
Dr. Jason Stumbo - UToledo Director of Bands

The UToledo Band Program will continue its popular High School Drum Major camp in summer 2024.  The camp is designed with a dedication to strong fundamentals, guiding students toward excellence in developing their own unique style compatible with their home programs. The result is growth in individual creativity, identity, and diversity. The program enables us to train strong teachers, conductors, leaders, and even capable assistant band directors. Coupling the power of positive attitudes and high energy with values-based leadership principles is an unmatched recipe for success.

The 4-day camp is intended for local high school students entering grades 9-12, with multiple sessions running 9am-4pm over a 4-day period.

Details for 2024 are coming soon!

Note: if you are under age 18, your parent or guardian must download and complete two forms in addition to completing the camp registration form.


PARKING on campus

Parking is NOT free on campus! For details about how to pay for parking, visit parkutoledo.com/

Forms for Participants who are minors

Liability Waiver

Medical Info/Consent

 

Last Updated: 2/16/24