Performing Arts Camps in Brooklyn: Music, Dance, and Theater

Performing Arts Camps in Brooklyn: Music, Dance, and Theater

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UPDATED December 2017: For kids who were born to perform, check out these specialty summer programs in Brooklyn, NY: dance camps, music camps, and theater camps.

Dance Camps

APRIL'S DANCE-N-FEET
9409 and 9411 Avenue L
718-272-1813
4626 Flatlands Ave.
718-692-4809


Our classes are for ages 2 through adult. We teach ballet, tap, hip-hop, jazz, pointe, gymnastics, majorette, Caribbean, African, boys' classes, adult classes, lyrical, praise dance, karate, private lessons, and competition classes. Call or stop into one of our three convenient Brooklyn locations for more information. We offer a six-week Saturday summer classes held at our Avenue L location.

BROOKLYN COLLEGE PREPARATORY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
234 Roosevelt Hall, 2900 Bedford Ave.,
718-951-4111

For almost 40 years, The Preparatory Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College has offered private and group music (piano, winds, percussion, Suzuki violin, cello, and flute), theater, and dance (from ballet to hip hop) classes for children of all ages and levels. While committed to the classical methods of training in music and dance, we are also launching classes in film, puppetry, and sonic arts! Our professional teachers-experts in their areas with extensive performance experience-encourage students’ growth at all levels. Registration is underway for our summer session (July 11–Aug. 20). Fall registration begins on July 15.

USDAN SUMMER CAMP FOR THE ARTS
185 Colonial Springs Road, Wheatley Heights
631-643-7900

Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts, the nation's preeminent arts day camp offers more than 70 programs of study in the arts; visual art, dance, music, theater, writing, and arts-related fields: nature, chess, and recreational arts. Each summer, more than 1,500 students ages 4-18 are immersed in art and nature and surrounded by friends who share their interests and enthusiasm. Transportation is provided in air-conditioned buses departing from throughout the New York Metro and Long Island areas. Two-, four-, and seven-week sessions are offered from June 26-Aug. 11.

Music Camps

BROOKLYN COLLEGE PREPARATORY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
234 Roosevelt Hall, 2900 Bedford Ave.,
718-951-4111

For almost 40 years, The Preparatory Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College has offered private and group music (piano, winds, percussion, Suzuki violin, cello, and flute), theater, and dance (from ballet to hip hop) classes for children of all ages and levels. While committed to the classical methods of training in music and dance, we are also launching classes in film, puppetry, and sonic arts! Our professional teachers-experts in their areas with extensive performance experience-encourage students’ growth at all levels. Registration is underway for our summer session (July 11–Aug. 20). Fall registration begins on July 15.

LEIF ERICSON DAY SCHOOL
1037 72nd St.,
718-748-9023
Christine Hauge, Principal


Leif Ericson Day School's Summer Creative Arts and Music Program begins its 19th year of fun this June through the end of July. Children in pre-K to seventh grade enjoy computers, art, music, movement, and drama. Professional, caring staff and junior counselors are enthusiastic and attentive. Limited group size allows for a more fulfilling experience. All activities are on-site. Two snacks provided daily. SCAMP hours are 9am-3pm with "Early Bird" care (8am) and "Late Bird" care (5pm) for additional fees.

UME UME MUSIC + ARTS
319 4th Ave., (between 2nd & 3rd Street), Park Slope
718-768-0800
Email info@umeumearts.com

Join us for another exciting summer together at Camp Ume Ume; a music + art enrichment Summer Camp for children ages 3–8! Ume Ume campers will be moving, creating, and learning in a fun, safe, collaborative, and inspiring artistic and academic environment. Campers will explore the works of famous composers, musicians, artists, and dancers while implementing and developing their own creative skills through the arts. Some activities Ume Ume campers will be engaging in are: music composition and songwriting, singing, violin, arts and crafts, and movement.

USDAN SUMMER CAMP FOR THE ARTS
185 Colonial Springs Road, Wheatley Heights
631-643-7900

Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts, the nation's preeminent arts day camp offers more than 70 programs of study in the arts; visual art, dance, music, theater, writing, and arts-related fields: nature, chess, and recreational arts. Each summer, more than 1,500 students ages 4-18 are immersed in art and nature and surrounded by friends who share their interests and enthusiasm. Transportation is provided in air-conditioned buses departing from throughout the New York Metro and Long Island areas. Two-, four-, and seven-week sessions are offered from June 26-Aug. 11.

Theater & Performing Arts Camps

LEIF ERICSON DAY SCHOOL
1037 72nd St.,
718-748-9023
Christine Hauge, Principal


Leif Ericson Day School's Summer Creative Arts and Music Program begins its 19th year of fun this June through the end of July. Children in pre-K to seventh grade enjoy computers, art, music, movement, and drama. Professional, caring staff and junior counselors are enthusiastic and attentive. Limited group size allows for a more fulfilling experience. All activities are on-site. Two snacks provided daily. SCAMP hours are 9am-3pm with "Early Bird" care (8am) and "Late Bird" care (5pm) for additional fees.

PIPER THEATRE SUMMER YOUTH WORKSHOPS
Old Stone House and Washington Park , Brooklyn
718-768-3195
Email register@pipertheatre.org

At Piper, children ages 7–17 spend the month of July creating worlds of imagination and wonder at the Old Stone House and Washington Park. Under the guidance of our extraordinary teachers, students create full-scale productions performed at the end of each workshop. One- and two-week programs for Starlings, ages 7–11, include improvisation, musical theater, Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” the “100 Dresses,” and “Robin Hood.” Four-week programs for students 11–17 include the musical “Pippin” and the original Piper musical “Hatch,” along with “As You Like It,” “Clockwork,” “Pippi Longstocking and the Pirates,” and an original production, “The Mystery of the Yarn Barn.”

THE STAGE THEATER SCHOOL SUMMER CAMPS
718-928-3779, Beth Kent
Email thestagetheaterschool@gmail.com

The Stage Theater School offers performing arts camps for children ages 4-16 . Campers receive daily workshops with Broadway artists from shows such as Hamilton, Wicked, The Lion King, Matilda, and Aladdin. Campers also work on a musical each week to perform for family and friends. This is an intensive and fun filled week of acting, singing, and dancing. Our camps help develop confidence, creativity, and imagination. Camp locations in Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, and Brooklyn Heights. All camp classes divided by age and taught by professional performers.

USDAN SUMMER CAMP FOR THE ARTS
185 Colonial Springs Road, Wheatley Heights
631-643-7900

Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts, the nation's preeminent arts day camp offers more than 70 programs of study in the arts; visual art, dance, music, theater, writing, and arts-related fields: nature, chess, and recreational arts. Each summer, more than 1,500 students ages 4-18 are immersed in art and nature and surrounded by friends who share their interests and enthusiasm. Transportation is provided in air-conditioned buses departing from throughout the New York Metro and Long Island areas. Two-, four-, and seven-week sessions are offered from June 26-Aug. 11.


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