Enrollment now open for 2021 Virtual Dorian Summer Music Camp
Enrollment is now open for Luther College's 2021 Virtual Dorian Summer Music Camp. Students entering grades 7-12 in the fall, as well as 2021 graduated seniors, are welcome to attend the three-day camp regardless of location June 15-17.
Each day of the camp students will spend several hours immersed in fun and interactive programming all while learning valuable music fundamentals.
"This virtual camp offers exciting opportunities for hands-on learning," said Andrew Last, Dorian Summer Camp director. "From conducting to composing, students will be treated to some of the exciting electives, for which Dorian is famous."
"Dorian Summer Camp is a shared experience in learning, connecting and building a lifelong love of music," said Shelly Schaeufele, Dorian Summer Camp's dean of students. "We are excited to provide this opportunity to students in a virtual setting this summer. All of our classes are amazing, but I am most excited for one of our new class offerings this summer called Musical Meaning in Movies. This is a class that I would have loved as a student."
Enrollment is open now through June 6, or until 150 students have registered. The total cost is $60 which includes six hours of instructional class time, three hours of social activities and games and a Dorian camp box with $50 worth of contents including limited edition items.
"Students should enroll for many reasons: connecting with faculty, counselors and fellow campers; a chance for extra musical opportunities after a year when learning was very different and a really cool Dorian visor."
For more information or to register visit luther.edu/music/dorian/summer-camps/virtual.
Luther is home to one of the largest collegiate music programs in the nation, with five choirs, three orchestras, two bands, two jazz bands and more than 600 student musicians. Luther students participate in large ensembles, faculty-coached chamber groups, private lessons and master classes. Nearly 175 music majors study music theory, ear training, history, education, composition, jazz, church music and performance. Learn more at luther.edu/music.