Week-Long Summer Camps

Week-long camps offered at our Studio

Each week-long camp is $295.00 per camper (for students currently-enrolled in lessons with Heritage Music Studio). Drop-offs and pick-ups to camp will take place at our retail location, 3529 Heritage Trace Parkway, Suite 161, Fort Worth, 72644. Some camps include a field trip. If applicable, a field trip permission form will be collected from each parent or guardian with a student participating in the field trip portion of the camp.

Our camps are small (between 6-12 students) and personalized so your student gets lots of one-to-one attention and instruction specifically to fit their needs and goals for the week!

The Worship Band Camp Experience
Ages 8+ (We will divide camp by age groups if necessary.)
June 10-14, 2019

Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm; Friday 9am-12pm
Work with our teachers and area worship leaders/church musicians to learn skills needed to lead or participate in a Christian worship band. We’ll cover key instruments: guitar, voice, keys (piano), bass, drums. Learn 3 worship songs, and be ready to perform them. Optional: Help lead a children’s/youth worship service at a local church once your camp is complete (choose from Wednesday or Saturday evening dates).

Classics Music Camp, featuring field trip to Kids Opera Boot Camp with the Dallas Opera
Grades K-6 th (Must have completed Kinder in 2019)
June 24-28, 2019

Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm; Friday 9am-12pm
Taught by Mrs. Beth Keller, this music camp will explore all things music! Fun and interesting histories of music, composers, and difference genres of music, will all be explored. Enjoy group-style lessons and elements of piano, ukulele, guitar, singing, and drum circles. Make music-related crafts, learn how to play instruments together, collaborate, dance/movement, games, and more! A highlight of this camp will be our field trip to Dallas for the interactive blast to opera for grades K-6 th at the Dallas Opera Bootcamp. (transportation provided by studio; waiver required- you can transport your own child if you wish).

Modern Music Making; Pop/Rock/Electronic Music Camp
Ages 6+ (We will divide camp by age groups if necessary.)
July 15-19, 2019

Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm; Friday 9am-12pm
History of pop music, popular styles, group lesson format, at least one private lesson, digital music making in a collaborative format, including playing/singing with a band or back-up track on final day of camp, performance at Blue Stem park stage near Grub Burger and Shell Shack on Heritage Trace Pkwy. Instruments covered: voice, piano, guitar (play one or all 3).

Best of Broadway Camp
Ages 8+ (We will divide camp by age groups if necessary.)
July 22-26, 2019

Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm; Friday 9am-12pm
Learn to sing multiple Broadway songs and simplistic dance/movement sequences from shows ranging from Oklahoma to Newsies. Bronx Tale Broadway Touring Actor, Robert Pieranunzi, teaches a master class on music and movement – the importance of being able to move on stage, on Wednesday, July 24 th during the camp. Backstage tour of Bronx Tale Broadway Tour at Bass Hall evening of Tuesday, July 23rd included (show tickets not required for backstage tour but must gain own transportation to show and tickets to show are additional charge.) Meet-and-greet with cast during backstage tour, including 11-year old Bronx Tale breakout star Frankie Leoni from Burleson.

Let’s Go Viral; Utilizing Social Media as Your Performance Platform
Ages 10+ (minimum age lowered with faculty approval)
August 5-9, 2019

For current musicians/artists/students who wish to learn more about showcasing their talents online. Topics covered include: embracing your brand/style, what makes you stand out?, how to produce a quality video, how to market your videos, appropriate and catchy online verbiage, internet safety, including making your content private or unlisted, navigating copyright rules, how to legally post cover songs, potential risks/rewards, parent/guardian tools, online rules/laws, etiquette, and more. In addition to the small group camp format, each student will meet with one of our teachers privately to begin work on their repertoire list and begin producing a performance or artist introductory video.

For questions, please contact us by text or phone at 817-993-9540.