UW-Madison Summer Music Clinic

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UW-Madison Summer Music Clinic

Join other junior or high school music students for a week of creative skill-building and performance in band, orchestra, choir, musical theater and jazz ensemble. Concert groups rehearse throughout the week and your family and friends are invited to the final concerts. Classes are designed to help you polish your ensemble and individual performance skills with a variety of music-related topics and techniques. Evening concerts and after-class recreation round out an exciting and dynamic music camp experience. Evening concerts are a mix of guest performing artists, student and faculty recitals.

Recreation choices for residential campers are upbeat, creative activities led by enthusiastic teams of counselors. Choose from the standard offerings of sports and arts and crafts to aerobics, board games, jam sessions or the hot weather field day that includes nontraditional games such as a water-balloon competition.

Junior Session, June 18-24, 2017: Residential (includes overnight) $648.00. Commuter (full day of classes and rehearsals only) $418.00 Senior Session, June 25-30, 2017: Residential only, $702.00
Summer Music Clinic receives scholarships from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction precollege scholarship. This scholarship is based on qualifying for free/reduced lunch at school and is awarded on a first come, first served basis. The camper must complete a form and have it signed and dated at school.
Online registration with credit card is available at continuingstudies.wisc.edu/smc, or print off an application and mail in with check. Printed brochures with application forms can also be requested at 608-263-2242, or anne.aley@wisc.edu.
All areas used for housing and classes/rehearsals are accessible.
We accommodate students with rooming needs in the residential hall, i.e., walk in showers, special cleaning for allergies, roommate requests, etc. We will assist individuals between classes, and provide any other assistance needed.


  • UW-Madison campus: George Mosse Humanities Bldg., Gordon Commons, Ogg Residential Hall, 455 N. Park Street, Room 5538, Madison, WI 53706



Anne Aley
(608) 263-2242
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Grade 6 (ages 11 to 12)Grade 7 (ages 12 to 13)Grade 8 (ages 13 to 14)Grade 9 (ages 14 to 15)Grade 10 (ages 15 to 16)Grade 11 (ages 16 to 17)Grade 12 (ages 17 to 20)
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Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 2:07pm