District 204 Summer Music and Visual Arts
Serving 204 students since 1986
Indian Prairie Summer Art Program - Art Camp is open to students entering grades 6-12. Students will be instructed in the areas of photography, painting computer graphics and drawing. Summer Art Camp will be offered at Neuqua Valley High School for students entering grades 6-12.
Our experienced, professional staff is adept at working with anyone--
at any skill level--beginner through advanced.
Percussion - This exciting camp for percussionists entering grades 7-12 focuses on developing "total percussion" skills. Students enrolled in the camp will study percussion ensemble and attending classes in technique, improvisations, percussion literature, percussion maintenance, and music theory. Students will be placed in percussion ensembles and small groups according to grade level and experience. In technique classes, students will study techniques for the different facets of percussion: including snare drum, keyboard percussion, timpani, multiple percussion, drum-set, symphonic percussion, and world percussion. Complete curriculum varies by grade level. Percussion camp will be held at Waubonsie Valley High School and will be offered to students entering grades 7-12.
Band and Orchestra - Students will work on technique, reviewing and/or learning scales and arpeggios, rhythm charts, music theory concepts and sight-reading in addition to large group instruction.
Band and orchestra will be offered at Metea Valley High School, Waubonsie Valley High School and Neuqua Valley High School. Students entering 7-12 grades may enroll.
Music Technology - Music Technology is a wide-ranging discipline offering innumerable opportunities for musicians to invigorate and develop the way music is made, heard and appreciated. The District 204 Summer music Program is offering a five day session in Music Technology entitled: Experiments with Music Technology. This session provides high school students an opportunity to explore and use computer technology in creative musical experiences. Music Technology will be at Neuqua Valley High School for students entering grades 9-12.