CLU Music Programs & Events


Registration Fee

  • $70 registration fee (due at time of registration, non-refundable)


Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. Early registrations are strongly encouraged.


Costs:

  • Tuition: $865
    (Installment Option:
    3 payments of $288.33 Final payment due
    June 30th)
  • Room and Board: $644
    (includes lunch/dinner on the 7th, all meals 8-13th, breakfast on the 14th)



CLU Music Scholarships

CLU music scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each will be designated for up to three outstanding participants at the conclusion of the camp. Scholarships will be awarded upon successful admission to CLU by .


GROUP 1: Students age 12-14 GROUP 2: Students age 15-18

For questions, please call:

(805) 405-0148
(818) 605-3944
(805) 493-3305

Students Explore Their Voice and Artistry Though:

  • One-on-one coachings/lessons
  • Daily master classes
  • Course work in vocal repertoire (both classical and musical theatre), technique, sight singing, improvisation, performance etiquette, conducting, music theory, interpretation, movement and body dynamics for singers.
  • Daily choral work with CLU department chair, Dr. Wyant Morton.

Student Recitals

The program will culminate in a series of formal recitals where each individual singer will have the opportunity to present one solo piece. These performances are free and open to the public.

 




2008 Summer Vocal Institute

CLU music department academic summer camp for aspiring singers

Please check back for summer 2014




Scholarship Auditions

Scholarship auditions for the Summer Vocal Institute will be held on Saturday, May 19th.

Please have one art song, aria, or musical theater selection ready for the audition. For more information or to schedule your audition, please email CLUSVI@callutheran.edu

Located on the CLU campus, this day program for the aspiring young singer offers the developing student an opportunity to explore the world of vocal technique, solo repertoire and performance.

Master Teachers

  • Heidi Valencia Vass (NATS, B.M., M.M., Pepperdine University Faculty)
  • Angela Rasmussen Hicks (B.A., M.M., CLU Faculty)

Program Highlights

Professional university-level faculty
College preview courses
Intense daily training for the whole artist
Emphasis on the individual singer
Limited class sizes
Academic setting

Program Requirements

Due to the individualized nature of the Vocal Institute, we invite students of all levels to participate. Whether you have been studying voice for five years or just started singing in the choir, we welcome you to the Summer Vocal Institute.

It's our sincere hope to instill in each of our students an understanding of their OWN instruments and a desire to develop their INDIVIDUAL artistry. It is because of this mission that class space is extremely limited. We are offering two class groups, with no more than 25 students in each group.


 

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