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UTSA Music Programs


 Dear future campers, 

As you may know, The University of Texas at San Antonio has moved to online education for the remainder of the semester, and we are moving primarily to a remote telecommuting workforce at this time. This also means that access to campus is restricted at this time. The Department of Music is actively monitoring the situation, and has temporarily paused registrations for all summer music programs in 2020. We are waiting to learn whether we will be able to hold camps and workshops on campus as originally scheduled, and we will provide a further update as soon as possible. If you have already registered, we will provide instructions for a refund if camps/workshops are cancelled. If you have further questions, you can email our Senior Administrative Associate,Naomy Ybarra, at naomy.ybarra@utsa.edu. We hope to be making music with you again very soon, and in the meantime, we wish you and your families good health and safety, and happy music making at home!

 

Best regards,

Dr. Tracy Cowden

Chair, Department of Music


Since their beginnings, UTSA Music Programs have provided an opportunity for thousands of young musicians from across Texas and the nation to experience the outstanding level of instruction offered by UTSA Music faculty and distinguished alumni. Offering programs for singers and instrumentalists at the elementary, middle and high school levels, UTSA Music programs seek to create a positive musical and social environment that provides students the opportunity to learn from some of the finest music educators from across the state.

Supervised by UTSA students, faculty, and alumni -  campers are taught each day by outstanding public school educators from around our state and by our own world-class faculty. Instruction is offered in the morning and early afternoons, recreational time is provided in the late afternoon for residential camps, and each evening features social and musical activities that allow students to further strengthen the friendships that have been fostered in the daily learning environment. In most of our programs, students have the option of commuting each day or staying on campus, and the programs culminate in performances by the students at the end of their camp.

UTSA Music programs are a tremendous opportunity to advance and strengthen the abilities of the individual artists. We hope that you will consider joining us this Year!"