Summer Music Program 2016
Dates: June 25 - July 1, 2017
For boys 8-12 only. Experience one week in the life of an American Boychoir student. Enjoy lots of singing, making friends, and fun outdoor games.
Students learn and perform music in a fun and engaging way. Teachers include American Boychoir renowned Artistic Director, Fernando Malvar-Ruiz; Director of Vocal Studies, Fred Meads; and our Apprentice Choir Director, Melissa Keylock.
The American Boychoir Experience is a week full of fun! When boys aren't in rehearsal, they are outside playing games and sports. It's a typical camp experience complete with full-campus 'capture-the-flag,' 'siege and sanctuary,' and other games that the boys love! We have fun all the way until lights-out.
The week-long session finishes with a public performance, followed by a reception and fond farewells.
- June 25th - July 1st, 2017
- All camper registration, Sunday, June 25th, 2:30 - 3:30pm
- Day campers arrive at 8:30am and must be picked up by 5:30pm daily (lunch and snacks are provided)
- Final concert with reception: Saturday, July 1s at 11am, Miller Chapel, Princeton
HOW TO JOIN
Interested boys must audition to participate in this unique experience for treble voices. Boys from all across the United States are welcome to audition. Contact Melissa Keylock via e-mail for an audition appointment, or for more information.
Register now! Limited space available.
Summer Music Camp Program Staff
Litton-Lodal Music Director of The American Boychoir and Music Director of The American Boychoir Experience
As Litton-Lodal Music Director, Mr. Malvar-Ruiz has toured with The American Boychoir to most of the continental united states, as well as internationally. He has prepared the choir for performance with some of the world's top orchestras including the N.Y. Philharmonic and the Royal Concertgebouw in some of the most illustrious venues in the country including Carnegie Hall. Mr. Malvar-Ruiz has prepared the choir for performances at the 77th Annual Academy Awards Ceremony, for a world premier with Sir Paul McCartney and at the nationally televised U.S. Open Tennis Woman's Finals. A highly sought after guest conductor, lecturer and clinician, he has conducted ACDA honor choirs, at OAKE national conventions and at the 2005 World Children's Choir Festival in Hong Kong. Mr. Malvar-Ruiz received his master's degree in choral conducting from The Ohio State University and is an instructor in the master's program in music education at the Kodály Institute at Capital University in Columbus, OH.
Director of Vocal Studies and Training Choir Director of The American Boychoir, Music Director of Summer Programs
As Director of Vocal Studies, Fred Meads conducts the young choristers of the Training Choir and teaches private voice instruction and music theory to all the students at The American Boychoir School. Mr. Meads served as founder and Artistic Director of the Fort Wayne Children's Choir from 1999-2009. He received his bachelor's degree in music education from Ithaca College, NY, his master's degree in choral conducting from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and has completed three levels of training at the Kodály Institute of Capital University in Columbus, OH. As a sought after children's conductor, he was recently guest conductor for the Indiana Children's All-State Honor Choir.
Print and mail to:
Summer Camp Admissions
The American Boychoir School
P.O. Box 7468
Princeton, NJ 08543