Summer Camps & Workshops

2024 Suzuki School Summer Camps

  • Summer Camp: June 24 – 28 

  • Chamber Music Camp: July 22 – August 2 (choose one week or two)

  • Audition Camp: August 19 – 22 

Piano Camp

Dates to be confimed

Summer Camp

June 24th - 28th

Registration is Now Closed

Suzuki Music Schools’ popular Summer Camp returns for its ninth season! This 5-day program is for strings, piano, guitar and flute students ages 6-12 who have been receiving weekly private instruction for at least a year. Activities include orchestra, group classes, African drumming, music theory, yoga and other social activities.

9am-3pm (last day ends with a concert at noon)

$585 for the week

Chamber Music Camp

Week 1: July 22nd - 26th
Week 2: July 29th - Aug. 2nd

The Suzuki Music Schools Chamber Music Camp is designed for both beginner and advanced instrumental students. Students learn the art of playing with others and perform in a variety of concerts during the two weeks. Visit the enrollment page for reading requirements.

Mon-Fri 9am-2pm

$585/week (choose one or both weeks) 10% discount for two week enrollment

Audition Camp

August 19th - 22nd

Getting ready for youth orchestra or college auditions? Preparing for competitions? Looking for constructive feedback? The Audition Camp is for you. With a mixture of performance practice, peer review, conductor consultations and videoed audition review, each student experiences a hands-on and personalized session to work towards their audition goals–a vital tool for all audition circumstances.


$530 for the week

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Student News

Suzuki Music Schools is proud to recognize our students as they perform in the community. Do you know a Suzuki Music Schools student who should be featured here? Get in touch!

March 2020

Angela Kapikian, a student of Dr. Rafael Videira in the the Orange campus, was selected to participate in the 2020 edition of Connecticut’s All-State Festival Orchestra. Congratulations, Angela!

Spring 2019

Lina Elwood received 2nd place at the Chopin International Competition, Hartford, CT.

Spring 2019

Samuel Rossoni received first place at Crescendo International Competition, and performed at the Weill Recital Hall at the Carnegie Hall.