Mizzou Summer Music Camps and Programs

Please visit our page of Frequently Asked Questions for further information. For payment information, scroll to the bottom of the page.


Just for Kids - Experiencing Piano Course, Level 1 - Online

  • Click here to watch a trailer for this course!
  • A self-paced curriculum of 8 video lessons (about 30 minutes each, occupying at least 1 hour including participation time), plus six individual 30 minute lessons taught via Zoom, Skype or another web-conferencing platform, scheduled as you move through the video lessons
  • Open to all students, ages 5-9 (including new beginners, those with previous Experiencing Piano Class experience, or less than one year of private lessons.  For determining readiness, students may be asked to meet with the instructor via Zoom)
  • Dates:  June 8 - July 31, 8 weeks
  • Time:  videos at your own pace, plus individually scheduled lessons
  • Tuition: $160; must register by June 1st (scroll to the bottom of the page for payment information). Payment is due on June 4.
  • *For siblings, please fill out one application for each child. If two siblings are enrolling for the Level 1 course, the cost is $160 for one child and $80 for the second child.
  • Visit our online application
  • For specific questions about this summer opportunity, contact program coordinator Meghan Speed at mksqv9@mail.missouri.edu

Just for Kids - Experiencing Piano, Supplementary Course - Online

  • Click here to watch a trailer for this course!
  • The Supplementary Course is designed for more experienced young learners who may or may not continue individual lessons through CMP or with another teacher.  The 8 video lessons (about 30 minutes each, occupying at least 1 hour including participation time) will explore music concepts and will include a packet of activity sheets.  The self-paced course will include access to playlists and listening activity prompts.
  • Open to all students, ages 7 and up (with at least one year of piano lessons or class)
  • Dates:  June 8 - July 31, 8 weeks
  • Time:  videos at your own pace
  • Tuition: $120; must register by June 1st (scroll to the bottom of the page for payment information). Payment is due on June 4.
  • *For siblings, please fill out one application for each child. If two siblings are enrolling for the supplementary course, the cost is $120 for one child and $60 for the second child.
  • Visit our online application
  • For specific questions about this summer opportunity, contact program coordinator Meghan Speed at mksqv9@mail.missouri.edu

Just for Adults - Experiencing Piano Eight-Week Summer Class - Online

  • Click here to watch a trailer for this course!
  • A self-paced curriculum of 8 video lessons (about 30 minutes each, occupying at least 1 hour including participation time), plus six individual 30 minute lessons taught via Zoom, Skype or another web-conferencing platform, scheduled as you move through the video lessons
  • Open to adults of all ages, especially beginners or those who need a refresher course on beginning concepts and skills
  • Dates:  June 8 - July 31, 8 weeks
  • Time:  videos at your own pace, plus individually scheduled lessons
  • Tuition: $160; must register by June 1st (scroll to the bottom of the page for payment information). Payment is due on June 4.
  • Visit our online application
  • For specific questions about this summer opportunity, contact program coordinator Meghan Speed at mksqv9@mail.missouri.edu

Mizzou Trombone Boot Camp: Free Online Reboot

  • Online instruction via zoom and youtube livestreaming 
  • Open to High School trombonists, Middle School students encouraged to participate 
  • Dates: June 3-5, 2020
  • Time: 1-4pm 
  • Visit our online application
  • Tuition: Free
  • Coordinator: Tim Howe howete@missouri.edu

Schedule:

Wednesday, June 3
1:00-2:00 PM Welcome and Group Fundamentals/ Warmup
2:00-3:00 PM Master Class Session: Developing your Upper and Lower Registers
3:00-4:00 PM Improvisation and Trombone – Range, Call and Response, and Arpeggios  

Thursday, June 4
1:00-2:00 PM Group Fundamentals/Warmup
2:00-3:00 PM Master Class Session: Creating a More Effective Practice Time
3:00-4:00 PM Modern Improvisation Ideas – Pentatonic Ideas and More  

Friday, June 5
1:00-2:00 PM Group Fundamentals/ Warmup
2:00-3:00 PM Master Class Session: Engaging Your Brain!
3:00-4:00 PM Live Streaming Recital (Tim Howe and Sam Griffith, classical and jazz)

Youtube Streaming Links:
Day One: https://youtu.be/c0v79TTtW7s
Day Two: https://youtu.be/bbnW6Fl4-Ks
Day Three: TBD

All participants should have received an email update on June 2nd that included a zoom link. If you completed an application, but did not receive this email please email howete@missouri.edu or muasmusicoutreach@missouri.edu.


Missouri Summer Composition Institute (Summer COMP) - Offered online

  • 2020 Dates: June 21-27, 2020
  • Tuition: Free to all accepted students
  • Application: visit our online application
  • Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2020

Online Private Lessons 


MU Women's Community Jazz Ensemble - 2020-2021 Dates TBD


Esterhazy String Quartet Seminar - Summer '20 Session CANCELLED


PAYMENT

After submitting your application for any of the above summer programs, you will receive an invoice. Due to limited on-campus operations because of the COVID-19 global pandemic, we are only able to accept credit card payments at this time. Please see below for payment instructions.

  • Credit card payments will only be handled over the phone on Thursday’s from 10-12 and 1-4
  • To make a payment please call Holly Tenute at 573-882-2606
  • If you do not receive an answer, please leave a voicemail with your name and phone number 
  • Please do not call on any days other than Thursday’s from 10-12 and 1-4
  • Payments will not be accepted from 12-1

Please check back for updates.

 


 

 

Contact: 

Community Music Programs Coordinator/Women's Jazz Ensemble
Joanna Griffith
573-882-9472
griffithjs@missouri.edu

Experiencing Piano Coordinator
Meghan Speed
meghanspeed@mail.missouri.edu

Mizzou Trombone Boot Camp
Prof. Tim Howe
howete@missouri.edu

Esterhazy String Quartet Seminar
Prof. Eva Szekely
SzekelyE@missouri.edu

COMP
Jacob Gotlib
gotlibj@missouri.edu