Promoting “lokahi” (unity and harmony) through music
For kids ages 7-12
No musical background necessary.
Where: DeLaveaga Elementary School
1145 Morrissey Blvd., Santa Cruz, CA 95065
When: July 9-13, Monday through Friday
9am - 3pm
Cost: $175 (sibling $125)
Click here to print out your registration form!
Priority registration deadline is May 31st
Themes: This year we focus on Himalayan Asia (Bhutan) and Pacific Islands (Hawaii)!
Explore the music, arts, history, values, and natural world of Bhutan and Hawaii
through singing, dancing, ukulele playing (ukes provided), crafts, folklore, and
dramatic play. Plus special guest music workshops (African, Western European and TBA).
Discover a one-of-a-kind curriculum with experienced, credentialed teachers and small group sizes.
Camp concludes Friday afternoon July 13 with a performance for family and friends!
Hawaiian music, dance and culture: Deb Avila-White (13 years credentialed teaching)
Bhutanese culture and Western music: Jane Hancock (22 years credentialed teaching)
Bhutanese song and folkdance: Dr. Janet Herman (Folklorist/Ethnomusicologist)
Hawaiian and Himalayan crafts: Julia Chiapella (professional artist/credentialed teacher)
Plus special guests!
We look forward to exploring a musical world with you!
Contact: Jane Hancock: 831-423-7095; firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.