New England Music Camp - NEMC - Est 1937



Music & FriendshipIn Harmony

 

(844) 476-6976, Ext. #801

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12:00 Lunch
11:45 Jazz Ensembles, Lessons, Chamber Groups
10:30 Orchestras, Lessons, Practice, Chamber Groups
9:15 Choral Groups, Lessons, Practice, Classes
8:00 Bands, Lessons, String Groups, Practice
7:25 Breakfast
1:30 Rest Period
7:30 Evening Activities
7:20 Colors - Flag Ceremony
6:15 Dinner
6:10 Colors - Flag Ceremony
4:45 Optional Hour (recreation, practice, rehearsals)
3:40 Recreational Period II
2:40 Recreational Period I
2:30 - 5:00 Musical Theatre Rehearsal
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Summers at New England Music Camp are magical! Each session, 180 students from all across the country join together on the beautiful 40-acre lakefront campus for an enriching experience of music, fun, and friendship.

The program at NEMC is designed to give students ages 11-18 the opportunity to immerse themselves in music while still enjoying the fun and friendship of summer.

Orchestra, Band, Choral, Jazz, Chamber Music, Piano, Classical Guitar, Musical Theatre and more!

Our 1:4 faculty-to-student ratio provides an environment rich in sharing and learning. Students and their teachers at home often remark that “one summer of music at NEMC is like a year at home”! 

Timpani Band Rehearsal

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summer camp camperAll cabin activities, social events, and recreational activities are led by a professional counseling staff made up of professional Head Counselors (boys and girls) and Assistant Head Counselors (boys and girls) who oversee a staff of 25 college students. A counselor’s primary role is to support and encourage each camper. 

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Afternoon concert at the Bowl in the Pines

Our idyllic 40-acre lakeside wooded campus is home to an impressive number of well-maintained buildings, dorms, cabins, and some of the finest performance facilities in the country.

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  • 180 Campers (90 boys, 90 Girls)
  • Balanced emphasis on musical growth and personal/social growth.
  • 4:1 faculty to student ratio.
  • Band, Orchestra, Choral, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Piano, Classical Guitar.
  • Campers design individualized program of morning classes and afternoon recreational activities.
  • Daily one on one coaching and instruction from a professional music faculty.
  • Two 1/2 hour private lessons weekly.
  • Opportunities to audition for Honor Recital Performances
  • All major ensembles perform weekly in one of the largest outdoor performing venues in the United States.

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Testimonials

What Enthusiasm!

Seeing our daughter Lily play her french horn in the Facebook Live video at the honors recital and how the kids all stand up and applaud each performance was just awesome! What enthusiasm!” -Buckner Family, North Carolina