This summer, USBands is paving the way back to the band room with our Summer Education Series, powered by The Blue Devils! With multiple live, in-person events scheduled across the country, we are on a mission to get students 8 years old and up off the couch, back with their peers, and excited about the marching arts again.
Music education has taken a major hit in the past year, but at this summer’s events, we are providing world-class education in music, movement, and leadership that students may have missed out on due to the pandemic. Participants will have the opportunity to enroll in various programs designed for students ages 8 to 19 years old, ranging from a few hours to full week-long camps. Then, at the end of their experience, they’ll put on a special show-and-tell performance for family and friends.
From young kids who are picking up their instrument for the first time to students with special needs and even educators who have been teaching for years, we’ve got something planned for everyone! Check out the programs we’ll be offering at our USBands Summer Education Series:
Of course, these events are designed with the health & safety of our students in mind. We will be complying with all public health department guidelines as they pertain to our events. Currently, that means we will be operating with mask protocols and social distancing guidelines, but we will continue to update our health & safety policies and procedures as we move closer.
The USBands Summer Education Series ultimately serves to help students jump-start their band experience and start them off on a confident note. And for those already in a performing arts program, we want to help you develop skills you will need to succeed in the future! We are so excited to provide these opportunities for growth and hope to instill confidence, spread excellence, and empower YOU to reach the next level.Visit http://usbands.org/summer-education-series to register for the USBands Summer Education Series today!
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