Music Expeditions with Christine Oates

CampOpus119 age: 7 ~ 11

Unleash your inner showman!

Here is what you can expect at CampOpus119:
  • Improve your singing quality with proper technique
  • Collaborate with other musicians and singers
  • Enjoy singing music of different genre: Broadway, Pop, Classics, etc.
  • Basic songwriting instruction
  • Self-accompaniment singing
  • Keyboard ensembles
  • Showmanship on and off stage
  • T-shirt for every registered camper

  • June 18-22 MON-FRI
  • July 16-20 HALF DAY 8:30~12:30
  • Limited to 20 campers each session.
  • Early-bird (4/1~5/1): $295/child
  • Regular (5/2~6/10): $330/child
  • $315/sibling discount

age: 1.5 ~ 3

The CampTots offers a strong basis for future musical involvement featuring the popular Toddler Tune program from Harmony Road Music Courses. Tots learn through experiencing melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic concepts in their singing, activity songs, movement and rhythm activities, finger plays, and keyboard games. Parents/caregivers share in making music with their child in class and at home. CampTots provides a wonderful bonding opportunity for parent and child with its motivating music, making it fun for the whole family.

  • July 9-13 MON-FRI 9:30~10:25
  • Limited to 10 students each
  • $250 +$25 (material fee)

Hello Music age: 3 ~ 4.5

Hello Music has the perfect mix of activities for active three and 4 year olds. The fun-filled course includes movement, rhythmic activities, singing (words and solfege), hands-on use of manipulatives, small percussion instruments, and orientation to keyboard geography. Parents/caregivers are highly recommended to actively participate and share the musical activities with their child in class and at home.

  • July 9-13 MON-FRI 10:30~12:00
  • Limited to 10 students
  • $250 +$25 (material fee)

Young Musicians
age: 6 ~ 8

A great supplement for students currently enrolled in instrumental private lessons. The Young Musicians provides an excellent curriculum for students looking to become a well-rounded musician. The program includes ear training, solfege singing, melodic dictation, compositional techniques, as well as rhythmic and keyboard ensembles.
Solfege singing is a valuable tool to have in your arsenal as musician. Learning solfege will help you recognize recurring patterns in music; improve your sight-reading skills; learn relative pitch; recall melodies at will/memorization.
  • July 9-Aug 15 MON-FRI 
  • (6 weeks) 5:00~6:00PM
  • Pre-Requisite CM Level P-2 or equivalent
  • Limited to 5 students
  • $250 +$25 (material fee)