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Encore Choir Camp

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Encore Choir Camp provides an outstanding musical experience for vocal students from 6th through 12th grade. Students stay on campus in Clayton State University housing for four nights, and will enjoy a good blend of educational and recreational activities during the week. Rehearsals and master classes are conducted by highly skilled specialists with proven success in working with choral students at this level, and afternoon and evening recreational times are scheduled. The camp closes with a concert performance on the final day of camp.

Fun, Friends, Music and Learning!
24-hour student supervision by staff members who are certified teachers
Incredibly low student to teacher ratio of approximately 10 to 1
Comfortable, safe dorms and excellent dining hall at Clayton State University
Outstanding vocal teachers and conductors
Good balance of instructional and recreational activities
Final performance in the beautiful and legendary Spivey Hall

Resources: Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)
Area served:Atlanta area
State(s):Georgia
Website:http://www.encorechoircamp.com/

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