It’s more difficult than ever to keep kids busy this summer because of limited activities due to COVID-19, but the Indianapolis Children’s Choir has a great virtual opportunity for your kids to have fun while learning this summer.
Josh Pedde, artistic director of Indianapolis Children’s Choir has everything we need to know about their virtual summer camp.
Children can take the courses at their own pace, and this is an opportunity for both new singers and advanced.
Classes happen live from July 20th to July 24th. Students must sign up by July 20th.
The ICC Summer Camp’s final performance is July 31st, and it airs on WNDY on August 15th and 16th.
For more information, visit the Indianapolis Children’s Choir website, Facebook and Twitter.
THIS SEGMENT IS SPONSORED BY THE INDIANAPOLIS CHILDREN’S CHOIR.
Now that that this year’s nontraditional school year is over, and we’re now in a nontraditional summer, why not continue your children’s learning by getting them into the arts with an online music camp?
Janna Hymes of Carmel Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Music Camp and artistic director for the Carmel Symphony Orchestra joined us today to share how this idea blossomed into what it is today.
There are 8 weeks of different CSO Musicians. Videos are free and you can download them each Monday morning through August 3rd.
You can find the videos on the Carmel Symphony Orchestra Facebook and YouTube.
In two weeks, they have already seen over 3,000 views on their first two videos.
For more information visit the Carmel Symphony Orchestra website.