Film is a powerful form of storytelling that captivates millions. This camp will expand
your knowledge when you learn to plan, shoot and edit a short feature film.
June 13–17, 2016
Experience what it's like to be a recording engineering working in a state-of-the-art
recording studio. Campers will learn useful recording/music mixing skills while working
with a local band to create a compact disc of their own.
June 20–24, 2016
Webster University, well-known for its innovative jazz studies program and the "Jazz
at Webster" concert series, is hosting a summer jazz camp at its Webster Groves campus.
The camp is for beginning, intermediate and advanced level jazz improvisers and instrumentalists.
Music reading skills are necessary for participation in classes and ensembles.
July 18–22, 2016
Vocal Pedagogy Workshop
Exploration of vocal health for music educators and their students. Application of
healthy techniques for the classroom, studio, and choral rehearsal based on research
into the structure, function and care of the vocal instrument.
Theory Pedagogy Workshop
School teachers who find themselves teaching music theory, without ever really thinking
about how to teach music theory, especially to teenagers, will find this workshop
Low Brass Week is hosted by James A. Martin, faculty member at Webster University,
former bass trombonist of the Buddy Rich big Band, the Orchestra del Maggio Musicale
(Florence, Italy) and active free-lance musician.
Our focus is to celebrate the sounds of outstanding Low Brass artistry and explore
the finer points of acquiring these skills, both musically and technically.
The Summer Dance Intensive is an five-day program for intermediate and advanced high
school aged students, plus a three-day program for middle school students. Dancers
will be challenged technically and artistically through a wide variety of classes
taught by Webster faculty and professional artists from local companies.
Hands-On Art Training (HAT)
Taught by Webster University’s Department of Art, Design, and Art History, HAT is
an intensive hands-on art training summer institute for high school students. This
nine-day experience offers an introduction to Creative Strategies, Painting, Printmaking,
Drawing, Photography, Graphic Design, and current Art History.
The SPICE Chess Summer Camp is a fun way to introduce chess to newcomers of the game,
as well as deepen the understanding of the game for advanced players.
Webster University competes as a member of NCAA Division III and the SLIAC Conference.
Various summer programs and camps are available beginning in June.
Week-long camp for students entering grades 7–12
Week-long camp, for violin, viola, cello, & piano students through high school
Two week (Mon-Fri) composition camp for students entering grades 7–12
Week-long camp, for violin, viola, cello, and bass students ages 7–high school
Weekly individual instruction in all band and orchestral instruments, piano, guitar,
harp, and voice is available for 30, 45 or 60 minutes