Brevard provides a congenial summer community for young musicians of exceptional gifts. Over four hundred students, ages 14 – 29, enroll each year who represent nearly every state in the U.S. and several other countries. Brevard presents 80 public concerts throughout its seven-week festival including major orchestral, chamber, and operatic repertoire.
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Dates of Program
June 21-August 4, 2019
Will this program take place in 2019?
4 or more weeks
February 4, 2019; applications accepted until full
Type of Harp
Students must provide instrument—rentals are not available
All participants reside overnight
Harps are kept in climate-controlled studios. Students live in air-conditioned cabins.
$7,200 (tuition, room, board)
Yes, partial scholarships are available
What makes this camp experience unique is:
Close-knit community; daily interaction with faculty; orchestral and small ensemble opportunities
This camp is perfect for:
High School students who wish to pursue music in college; advanced, college-aged harpists
Students come back year after year for our camp's:
Community of young musicians, here to study music and grow as humans