Troy to host summer camps

Published 3:00 am Saturday, May 7, 2016

Troy University will host several camps throughout the summer, offering a variety of educational opportunities for students and adults.

Troy University’s Sound of the South marching band will offer its annual Summer Music/Leadership Camp June 12-16 on the Troy Campus.

Troy’s John M. Long School of Music will also present M.I.C Check, a summer music camp experience focused in music industry, June 16-18. The camp is designed for high school students who are interested in a career as a recording artist, songwriter, sound engineer, record or concert producer, music business executive, media composer or music marketing.

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A residential immersion in Chinese language and culture is available on the Troy Campus for both students and language teachers June 26-July 10.

TROY’s Department of Theatre and Dance will offer several Summer Spotlight camps throughout the summer. Spotlight on Dance, a dance camp for 8- to 12-year-olds, will be held from July 11-15, and is built on storytelling through movement. No previous dance experience is required.

The Summer Spotlight on Creative Drama will be held from July 17-22, for “Spotlighters” from age 8 to 13, and “Mini Spotlighters” for ages 4-5. The camp will feature a wide array of activities, including workshops and group and individual coaching

The Summer Spotlight Performance Intensive Theater camp and a Tech and Management Intensive camp, both designed for high school students and incoming college freshmen, will be held from July 24-30.

For further information about these camps, visit