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Scholarships available for Salt Lake City-based MusicGarage.org's music and recording camps

Published May 9, 2013 2:20 pm
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Local Utah Arts Alliance-affiliated MusicGarage.Org has six summer Rock Band Camp and Recording Camp sessions scheduled in June, July and August.

They are held Mondays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Here are descriptions provided by MusicGarage.org:

ROCK BAND CAMP Our unique program design gets all ages and abilities challenged and developed while having FUN, making friends and playing a concert this summer! Campers play the songs that they have been learning in private lessons - or learn songs just for the camp consisting of twenty-five, 45-minute sessions that offer rehearsal , jam session, workshop, individual and group coaching, ear training, vocal coaching, stage craft, improvisation and audio technology and more! $300 6/10/2013 - 6/14/2013 10 am - 3 pm 7/08/2013 - 7/12/2013 10 am - 3 pm 7/29/2013 - 8/02/2013 10 am - 3 pm 8/12/2013 - 8/16/2013 10 am - 3 pm RECORDING CAMP Intermediate-to-advanced musicians learn how to prepare and rehearse songs that they want to record during a one-week recording session. Sessions consist of twenty-five, 45-minute sessions that include; rehearsals, songwriting, workshops, individual and group coaching, ear training, vocal coaching, improvisation, recording theory and technology training and more. $400 7/15/2013 - 7/19/2013 10 am - 3 pm Established in 2009, MusicGarage.Org is a provider of after-school and summer camp programs with a 4,500 sq ft facility that serves as a rehearsal and production facility for local and national ouring acts. Located at 389 West 1700 South, Unit E in Salt Lake City, Utah 84115 and by phone at 801-577-2263 – MusicGarage.org has year-round programs with sliding fees and scholarships available.




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