Students concentrate on a major instrument or voice part and choose electives to broaden their experience. They associate with talented young musicians who share their excitement about music, and they study with outstanding teachers and freelance artists. Enrollment for certain instruments may be limited.
In addition to concert bands, a variety of choruses, a string orchestra, and a full orchestra, we offer master classes, small ensembles, jazz groups, and other opportunities designed to improve each student's technique and musical understanding. Stimulating and challenging classes are available to students at all levels. Private lessons, at additional cost, are available to interested students.
Students and faculty members give a variety of evening recitals throughout the sessions. Each session concludes with a final concert.
Expected 2022 Dates (subject to change):
Registration is expected to open on Feb. 17, 2022
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For the program website: SYMS
SYMS is held primarily at the Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC), 30 Academic Way: Travel to Durham
Specific check in location and directions will be provided to enrolled participants prior to the session start date from the program staff.
Andrew Boysen Jr. is a professor in the music department at the University of New Hampshire where he conducts the Wind Symphony and teaches conducting and is the Director of the Summer Youth Music School (SYMS).
For Questions relating to SYMS, contact Lyndsay Boysen, SYMS Administrative Director: firstname.lastname@example.org