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

I became extremely close with all

“I became extremely close with all of the girls in my cabin and the boys of the same age. Everyone truly does become like family; counselors, faculty and staff included.”

-NEMC Camper