Our March Break Camps 2022 are in full swing! Little Rockers Band Camp is full. We still have room in Teens Rock! Band Camp. Both of these camps are extremely fun. Our students have a blast making music together!
At Neighbour Note our camps are student focused. We keep our camps small so each student receives the right amount of attention they deserve. We have learned that some students often do not receive the proper amount of attention in larger camps.
Our music camps are quite eclectic. We run band camps such as Little Rockers and Teens Rock! We have ensemble camps such as Guitar Ensemble and the String Initiative Chamber Music Camp. We also run a sports camp called Sports Jam, as well as a Songwriting and Recording camp. All of our camps are fun and rewarding. We make sure all of our students have a great experience at our music camps. We are only running the following camps this March Break 2022: Little Rockers, Teens Rock! Band Camp, Guitar Ensemble, String Initiative Chamber Music Camp.
Do your little ones dream of becoming rock stars? At Neighbour Note we believe there is a rock star in everyone just waiting to get out! After all, who hasn't dreamed of getting on stage and rocking out? This is School of Rock! No experience necessary!
All participants will be formed into bands of three to five members. Each band will work together to write songs, create band names and logos, and learn to play some beginner rock tunes! All band members will receive introductory tutorials on guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, and vocals.
This camp also includes a Rock Showcase performance for the end of camp concert.
This camp is for the older teenage rockers. Like Little Rockers, Teens Rock! Band Camp consists of three to five members. All band members work together to learn songs, write songs, design band logos, and perform at the end of the week.
Have you always been interested in learning guitar? Achieve rapid progress with our short intensive guitar boot camp for beginners. This five-day camp is open to both acoustic and electric guitar players.
Achieve rapid progress in a short intensive camp. Learn the basics and beyond, from strumming to soloing, finger picking to flat picking, open chords to barre chords, reading to writing. Five full days of jam packed fun!
This camp is for both acoustic and electric guitars. Some guitars will be provided free of charge (limited number of instruments available).
The String Initiative is designed for aspiring string instrumentalists who wish to learn the collaborative aspects of music making. While one-on-one lessons are one of the most important components in learning how to play an instrument, the process of collective music making is difficult, if not, impossible to recreate in a lesson format. For this reason, the String Initiative will allow students to experience the process of playing chamber music and will provide a more enriching musical experience for all involved.
The String Initiative is run by award-winning graduates of the University of Toronto's graduate music programs, specifically members from the Interro Quartet which includes violinists Adam Despinic and Dr. Steve Koh, violist Maxime Despax, and cellist Sebastian Ostertag.
If you’re an aspiring musician looking to improve your ability to play chamber music, this camp is the perfect option. Run by award-winning musicians from the University of Toronto’s graduate music programs, this five-day camp offers an unforgettable experience!
Make sure to sign up for our fun and rewarding music camps this March Break 2022. You don't want to miss out!