About the Camp
University of Georgia Summer Music Camp is an intensive five-day musical experience that offers students a place to grow musically in a fun and exciting learning environment. Summer Music Campers attend academic classes that address important areas of musicianship. Campers also attend instrument-specific masterclasses under the direction of the acclaimed faculty of UGA's Hugh Hodgson School of Music. Band, orchestra, and chorus students rehearse and perform in the appropriate large ensembles, while piano and guitar students focus on performance practice and the standard literature of their instrument. In addition, Summer Music Campers have ample opportunity to socialize, develop relationships with other young musicians, and experience life on a great university campus. Concentrations include orchestra, band, chorus, piano, guitar, and jazz band. No audition is required for admission; high school students (rising 9th grade and up) will take part in placement auditions held on the first day of camp.
Tuition & Fees
Private Lessons (Optional)
Private lessons with Hugh Hodgson School of Music faculty are optional. If desired, add the appropriate fee for one or two lessons to the base cost of tuition.
Ensembles & Faculty
June 4-8, 2017
May 26, 2017
Final Payment and Forms Due
June 4, 2017
June 8, 2017
Rising 6th graders are eligible to take part in the Summer Music Camp, as long as he or she has at least one year of experience with his or her instrument.
Schedule of Events
Below is a brief outline of the schedule during the UGA Summer Music Camp. The outline illustrates the class periods particularly for the band, orchestra, and chorus students. Pianists and guitarists will follow a similar class schedule, but will have classes instead of large ensemble rehearsals.
We can't wait to have you on board for this summer's experience! Apply online, or download and submit the paper application to our office. The entire application, including required forms and fees, must be submitted by the deadline.
Safety first! As a part of your application, we will need some medical information and the consent of your parent or guardian. Please print, complete, and sign both the following documents.
You may submit your completed documents to our office using any of the following methods:
Fax (706) 542-0846
Fax (706) 542-0846