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Keuka College Welcomes Eastman School of Music Summer Camp to Campus

Eight free and open to the public performances at Keuka College will highlight a summer music camp conducted by the Eastman School of Music July 13-24.

Known as Eastman@Keuka, the camp is an intensive music training experience for students in grades 6-9, which brings together students from all corners of the United States and several countries around the world. They will study classical, jazz, and musical theatre with professionals from the Eastman School of Music and the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.

Keuka College is proud to host the Eastman School of Music summer camp and welcomes the community to enjoy their talents at the following free concerts:

Music by the Lake

Keuka College was the site of a summer music camp conducted by the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester, July 14-26.

The camp, designed for middle and high school students, featured a range of classes, as well as master classes, small and large ensembles, and individual instructon in jazz, strings, voice, and guitar. Each program was led by distinguished faculty from the Eastman School of Music and Eastman Community School. Free and open to the public concerts were also staged during the camp. (There is one scheduled Friday, July 26, at 3 p.m. in Norton Chapel),

In this interview on WFLR, Executive Director of Communications Doug Lippincott interviewed students Ciara McCarthy from Stanley, a senior-to-be at Marcus Whitman Central School; Pittsford resident Owen Goettler, a freshman-to-be at Pittsford Sutherland High School; and faculty member Doug Stone.

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College, Eastman School of Music Join Forces

Keuka College will be the site of a summer music camp conducted by the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester.

The camp, designed for middle and high school students, will run July 14-26 and feature a range of classes, including theory, eurhythmics, technology, and improvisation, as well as master classes, small and large ensembles, and individual instruction in jazz, strings, voice, and guitar.

Two free and open to the public concerts will be presented July 25 and 26 at 3 p.m. in Norton Chapel.

In this interview, Executive Director of Communications Doug Lippincott previews Eastman@Keuka with faculty members Kathleen Kemp (director of the strings program), Cecile Saine (director of the voice program), and Howard Potter (associate dean for community and continuing education).

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Click Here to Register for Eastman@Keuka Summer Music Camp