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Britt Festivals Online Application

Welcome to the Britt Application Site for Summer Camps and the Table Rock City Series/Main Stage Opening Acts.  Please create a login and use this site to fill out all required information and upload any requested video or audio materials.  Information on Summer Camps is available below.  Background information on the Table Rock City Series/Opening Acts is available on our website at http://www.brittfest.org/performatbritt.

 


SUMMER CAMPS (Britt Rock Camp, Ukulele Getaway, Project: Beyond the Page)

Britt Rock Camp

Britt Rock Camp is a week-long camp for regional musicians roughly between the ages of 13 and 18.  Rock Camp is open to guitar, bass, keyboard, drum, and vocal musicians of all levels of experience.  Students will be introduced to the business of music, song arranging, using a sound system, recording tecniques, and band dynamics in a supportive, non-competitive environment.

Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis until the camp is filled.  Application materials will not be reviewed until your application is complete.

Financial aid is limited and awarded based on need, merit, and the instrumentation needs of the program on a first-come, first-served basis. Please submit your application as early as possible to ensure consideration for financial assistance.

Application Steps:
1. General Information
2. Introductory Video
3. Apply for Financial Aid (optional)
4. Application Fee
5. Submit Your Application

Pre-Formed Band Requirements:
Groups that would like to be considered for Britt Rock Camp as pre-formed bands are welcome.  Each member of the pre-formed ensemble must still fill out an individual application.

Application Fee:
The application fee for Britt Rock Camp is $50.  If accepted, the application fee is applied to tuition.  If not accepted, $25 of the application fee is refunded.

 
Britt’s Ukulele Getaway
Whether you’ve been playing the ukulele for years or you’ve never picked a musical instrument up in your life, there’s no denying the appeal of the world’s happiest instrument. Participants in Britt’s Ukulele Getaway will join a stellar faculty and fellow uke-thusiasts for three days of happy music that will feel like a vacation – without even leaving the Rogue Valley!


With workshops for beginning, intermediate, and advanced players, participants will finger-pick, strum, sing (not required!), write, jam, and most of all - make music.  Instructors will facilitate the exploration of Hawaiian, bluegrass, country, rock, pop, jazz, and everything in-between.


Attendees participate in all-group sessions and get to select individual workshops to attend each day.  We’ll also have open mic opportunities and jam sessions during the day and possibly after-hours.  Lunch is included in the tuition fee.  Participants will also receive a workbook with chord patterns, charts, and all sorts of goodies to keep their strumming up after the Getaway ends.


Because of the increased supervisory needs for younger children, we're asking that all children under 12 be accompanied by an adult. We have a special set of workshops specifically for parents and children to learn to play together, and there are plenty of opportunities for those in the parent/child track to participate in all-group sessions and other workshops too! 

Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis until the camp is filled.   Application materials will not be reviewed until your application is complete.
Financial aid is limited and awarded based on need, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please submit your application as early as possible to ensure consideration for financial assistance.

Application Steps:
1. General Information
2. Apply for Financial Aid (optional)
3. Application Fee
4. Submit Your Application

Application Fee:
The application fee for Britt’s Ukulele Getaway is $50.  If accepted, the application fee is applied to tuition.  If not accepted, $25 of the application fee is refunded.
 
 
Project: Beyond the Page
Blurring the lines of classical music

Featuring the innovative chamber ensemble PROJECT: Trio as resident faculty, Project: Beyond the Page is based on PROJECT: Trio’s successful camp programs in other locations. This unique summer learning experience will focus on Modern Chamber Music, using the faculty’s F.I.R.E. Technique (Fundamentals of Improvisation, Rhythm, and Ensemble).

With an emphasis on Composition, Memorization, Performance, and Extended Techniques, participants will expand the repertoire of skills in their musical tool box.   Daily group classes, private lessons, jam sessions, and concerts are all part of a curriculum that will help enable students play in any musical situation and in multiple different styles.  
 
Project: Beyond the Page has limited enrollment space to ensure the highest level of interaction between participants and the PROJECT Trio. Anyone can apply, regardless of instrument.  Minimum of two years of experience playing your instrument.  Must be between the ages of 8 and 18 by the first day of camp.  


Applications will be reviewed and accepted on a rolling basis until the camp is filled.   Application materials will not be reviewed until your application is complete.
Financial aid is limited and awarded based on need, on a first-come, first-served basis. Please submit your application as early as possible to ensure consideration for financial assistance.

Application Steps:
1. General Information
2. Introductory Video
3. Apply for Financial Aid (optional)
4. Application Fee
5. Submit Your Application

Application Fee:
The application fee for Project: Beyond the Page is $50.  If accepted, the application fee is applied to tuition.  If not accepted, $25 of the application fee is refunded.