Summer Music programs at The Hartt School Community Division
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Summer Music

Below is a listing of our summer-specific programming. The Hartt School Community Division also offers year-round private music lessons at both our main campus and Simsmore Square locations. Visit the private lessons page to browse our private-lesson offerings.

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First Steps in Music


First Steps in Music, created by John Feierabend, is a developmentally appropriate and carefully researched early childhood music program. Classes are offered for newborns and children up to five years of age.  Read More

Fritz Kreisler Summer Study and Performance


Join us this summer to study the music of violinist and composer Fritz Kreisler. For violinists in grade 3 through adults.  Read More

Hartt Suzuki Institute


For students, the Suzuki Student Institute offers intensive study in violin, viola, cello, guitar, piano, and flute. The Suzuki Teacher Workshop is designed for teachers who wish to gain expertise in Suzuki pedagogy.  Read More

Meet the Masters


Meet the Masters is designed to develop and strengthen ensemble playing and performance for jazz instrumentalists and vocalists in grade 9 through adults.  Read More

Summer Middle School Intensive


Summer Middle School Intensives offer passionate young musicians entering grades 6-9 a one-week, full-day, holistic instrumental experience.
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Summer Musical Theatre Intensive Preprofessional


An intensive training program for serious musical theatre performers ages 14–20, with a final showcase performance.
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Summer Musical Theatre Intensive Junior


A comprehensive training program for young performers entering grades 4–8, with a final showcase performance.
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Young Composers Project: Summer Edition


The Young Composers Project: Summer Edition is a unique program is designed for students of all experience levels to develop their own voice as a composer.  Read More