Bold Music presents:
2022 Summer Camp Sessions
Songwriting | Performance | Production
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RDU Session 1: June 13-17 (Middle/High School)
CLT Session 1: June 13-17 (Middle School)
CLT Session 2: June 27-July 1 (High School)
CLT Session 3: July 11-15 (Middle School)
CLT Session 4: July 18-22 (High School)
CLT Session 5: August 1-5 (Middle School)
Monday - Friday, 9am - 2pm
CHARLOTTE SUMMER SESSIONS
Campers will get experience writing and performing at the famous Evening Muse in NoDa, and learning the ropes of recording their own music at Sioux Sioux Studio and other local studios. More details on the daily agenda below!
RALEIGH DURHAM SUMMER SESSION
Campers will get experience writing and performing at the fantastic Bond Brothers Eastside Music Venue in Cary, and will learn the ropes of recording their own music at the state of the art Sonark Studio in Hillsborough. More details on the daily agenda below!
Bold Music Summer Camp Sessions fees are $625 for the entire week. A $325 deposit is due upon registration, and the balance is due on June 1st.
Fees include all supplies and lunch/snacks every day. A pizza party will cap off the week on Friday! Don't worry, dietary restrictions are OK.
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Every Day is Action Packed
Monday @ Evening Muse (CLT) and @Bond Brothers Eastside (RDU)
Introduction to songwriting. Workshops, activities and discussion on what goes into songwriting. Campers will immediately be put to work writing jingles, and a framework of the session's Original Song will be laid out.
Tuesday @ Evening Muse (CLT) and @Bond Brothers Eastside (RDU)
Analyzing songs and song form, and the draft of the Original Song will be completed!
Wednesday @ Evening Muse (CLT) and @Bond Brothers Eastside (RDU)
Live venue etiquette, how to prepare, soundcheck and perform live. Students will rehearse their original song as a group, while continuing to fine tune the arrangement.
Thursday @ Sioux Sioux Studio (CLT) and @ Sonark Studio (RDU)
What it takes to be a studio musician, recording studio etiquette and best practices. Instrument tracking for the Original Song. Vocalists will learn how to best prepare for recording in a studio versus in a live setting, and assist as audio engineers/producers for the recording session.
Friday @ Sioux Sioux Studio (CLT) and @ Sonark Studio (RDU)
Vocal tracking, and any final touches to ensure all parts of the Original Song are recorded. Non-singers will assist as audio engineers/producers. Discussion on mixing, mastering, and publishing their original song.