Does your child have a passion for orchestral music? Let your son or daughter experience St. Theresa’s engaging and exciting annual String Camp.
This exciting camp offers students the opportunity to engage with exemplary specialists of violin, viola and cello. Students will participate in large ensembles, chamber ensembles, private lessons, master classes, and student conducting. These experiences will help them further bloom into polished and skillful musicians. Students will also be able to have discussions with the clinicians to gain a fuller understanding of choosing music as a career.
String Camp concludes with a performance. This concert provides students a unique opportunity of performing in a professional setting for a live audience. This experience will demonstrate their accomplishments and will inspire their future musical journey.
St. Theresa Catholic Parish Campus
June 3-7, 2019
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 17, 2019
Late Registrations may be accepted if space is still available, with an additional $50 late fee.
The camp is for string-playing students — violin, viola, cello, and double bass — entering grades 7-12. When String Camp begins, students will be informally evaluated for their chair placements. Students are responsible for providing their own instrument in good working order.
Application forms can be downloaded below. Completed applications may be emailed to Dr. Kevin Clarke (email@example.com) or mailed to the parish:
705 St. Theresa Boulevard
Sugar Land, TX 77498
Attn: 5th Annual String Camp
Applications must include the Liability and Consent forms which can be downloaded below. A letter of recommendation from a music teacher, instructor or director is requested.
Tuition is $350 per student. Tuition includes all music for the camp, a String Camp tote bag, lunch served Monday-Thursday, and dinner on Friday evening.
For more information, contact:
Kevin Clarke, Director of Music
Phone: (281) 494-1156 ext. 261
We are passionate about helping students attend our camp and are excited to offer a limited number of need-based scholarships.