Hochstein School of Music and Dance, 50 N. Plymouth Ave., Rochester, is offering three sessions of Arts in Action summer camps for children ages 4-10 to explore music, art and movement.
Music and dance group classes are available for all ages, as well as individual lessons.
The full schedule of summer music and dance camps and classes that run July 9-Aug. 17 is posted online. The summer catalog is available online; paper copies are at the school.
New programs this summer include classes in children’s pre-jazz dance and tap skill drills; group classes in recorder, autoharp and mandolin for beginning students ages 10 to adult; “Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance!” for grades 8-12 that focuses on Broadway singing and ground dance numbers; a mini camp hosted by HochStrings Adult Chamber Orchestra; and “Beginning Again,” a music theory class for adults.
Hochstein’s regular summer offerings include Suzuki Strings and Music FUNdamentals classes for young children; Arts in Action camps for children ages 4-10, themed “Jazz and Blues Fever,” “Music of the Seasons” and “Kitchen Musical”; “SOS! Songs of the Sea,” a mini camp for ages 30 months–4 years with their parents; various camps and workshops, such as Flute Camp, String Jam, String Chamber Music Connections, Composer’s Club, Songwriter Society, Rock Camp, Jazz and Improvisation Workshop and Percussion Camp; individual instrument and voice lessons, as well as music theory classes; ballet classes for ages 3 and older, and classes in tap, hip-hop, Latin dance and modern dance; jazz combos, guitar ensembles and short-term classes on ukulele, harmonica, guitar, piano and vocal technique; and music, art and dance therapy for individuals and groups through the Expressive Arts program.
Interested students can register online, by mail, by appointment or at walk-in registration days from 3 to 8 p.m. on June 5, June 7, June 9, June 19 and July 10.
Limited tuition assistance is available to those who qualify, based on household income.
Call (585) 454-4596 or visit hochstein.org/Summer for information.