What if your student(s) came out of this summer with greater musical confidence and musicianship? What if this also encouraged them in how to better imitate their Heavenly Father who sings over them? What if they could do this good work while fellowshipping with others around singing and choir? Sound good so far?
Enter Jubilate Deo Summer Music Camp (pronounced You-Bee-Latte Day-o), a unique opportunity for students ages five through graduated seniors to refine their music skills in challenging and rewarding ways. Participants work on singing, folk dancing, music theory, Bible, Art, and more as they prepare for a closing concert and family folk dance at the end of the week. Each year our camp week has a theme set by our guest conductor, Dr. David Erb. The students work on the concert theme and prepare a closing concert for Saturday morning. Students gather at 8:30am for morning prayer and singing during the camp week, followed by an exhaustingly good time of choir rehearsals, folk dancing, Bible study, Art, games, and more.