directory of online music camps. Offerings range from violin audition intensives, to Suzuki workshops, to Scottish fiddle music, to "learn the viola" and more. There seems to be something wonderful for every age and skill level.Earlier this week, Violinist.com launched its first
And while we’ll all certainly miss the camaraderie and enthusiasm of a face-to-face experience, there are certain advantages to the online format. For starters, costs are generally lower, travel isn’t involved, and, because of these factors, violinists, violists and cellist might be able to take advantage of more than one camp this summer.
We’d like to hear what you’re considering this summer. Please pick the answer below that most closely corresponds to your choice. If you’re planning to take a camp that is outside your primary area of study and move into something new (for example, maybe a camp specializing in Celtic music or improvisation), be sure to let us know in the comments section.
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