Are you looking for a summer day camp that combines instrument instruction and learning with group performance and fun? Then the Museum of Making Music’s Summer Music Camp is the perfect fit for your child! Designed for children ages 9 through 18, Summer Music Camp is a fun week where your child can jump-start their music lessons or enhance existing musical talent.
The camp features ensemble-based learning complemented by small-group breakout sessions. Leading the camp for the sixth year is Ed Roscetti, a Los Angeles drummer, composer, author, and educator. His five member teaching staff will help campers gain experience on drumset, hand drums, hand percussion, bass, guitar, and piano. These instruments are covered through two major components:
All levels of experience are welcome to attend! Family and friends are invited to an end-of-camp performance on Friday, July 20nd at 12PM. Instruments are provided but campers are free to bring their own instruments as well.
We are sorry, but registration is closed for this event. If you would like to be notified when Summer Music Camp registration begins for 2013, please sign up to receive eMail alerts below (bottom of page).
Ed Roscetti is a Drummer, Composer, Author & Clinician. His Hal Leonard catalog includes, the "World Beat Rhythms Series" Brazil, Africa, Cuba & USA, "Drummers Guide to Odd Meters," "Blues Drumming," "Funk & Hip Hop Drumming," "Rock Drumming Workbook," "Stuff Good Drummers Should Know," and "Creating Professional Drum Loops." He has been a core curriculum author and educator for over 30 years at the Musician's Institute, Hollywood and MI Japan schools teaching his odd meter class. He has conducted concerts, clinics, workshops, master classes & music camps at PASIC, NAMM, IAJE, TMEA, AMTA ,The Berklee School of Music, World Percussion Festival and at universities, schools and retail venues across the country. His interactive music video installation opened at NAMM's Museum of Making Music in 2011 for a ten year run. His iphone APP "Holiday Classics" was released in 2011. He has performed and composed music for numerous records, TV shows and films, including Disney's Mostly Ghostly, Saturday Night Live, The 60's, Biography, The History Channel, WWE & General Hospital to name a few. He has worked with Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock and Joe Sample among others and he endorses DW/PDP, Paiste, Remo, Innovative Percussion, Shure & Puresound.
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