Summer Programs at The Hartt School Community Division
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Summer Programs

Below is a listing of our summer-specific programming for 2018.

Meet the Masters

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June 25–29, 2018
10 a.m.–5 p.m.

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

Music Industry

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July 9–13, 2018
Students entering grade 11 through freshmen in college engage in seminars consisting of music industry topics and music production techniques and methodologies through the completion of real-world service projects with local businesses and institutions.  Read More

Summer Musical Theatre Intensive Preprofessional

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July 9–20, 2018
9 a.m.–5 p.m.

An intensive training program for serious musical theatre performers ages 14–20, with a final showcase performance.  Read More

Summer Musical Theatre Intensive Junior

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July 16–27, 2018
9 a.m.–5 p.m.

A comprehensive training program for young performers entering grades 4–8, with a final showcase performance.  Read More

From Studio to Stage

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July 9–27, 2018

An intensive summer training program for serious students age 12college. Please contact the Dance Department for 2018 enrollment information: 860.768.6000 or dancedesk@hartford.edu

 

From Studio to Stage II

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July 2018 (weeks vary depending on age)

A unique program in ballet training for dancers ages 8–11, with a final studio performance showcase each week of the program. Please contact the Dance Department for 2018 enrollment information: 860.768.6000 or dancedesk@hartford.edu

 

Dance Teacher Training Workshop

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July 16–20, 2018
9 a.m.–6 p.m.

"The Elementary Years" full-day workshops led by lecturer and Chair of Dance Carol Roderick.  Read More

Hartt Summer Youth Festival

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July 23–27, 2017
9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

A holistic, full-day program for young musicians entering grades 6­–8, including ensemble and solo offerings. In the morning, students delve into instrument-specific techniques, repertoire, and ensemble work with distinguished HCD faculty.  Read More

Hartt Suzuki Institute

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Teacher Workshops
Aug. 3–11, 2018
 
Student Workshops
Aug. 5–10, 2018 
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

Suzuki Early Childhood Education

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Suzuki-based early-childhood music education for young students birth to three years. This program is a family's point of entry to The Hartt School Community Division's nationally recognized Suzuki program.  Read More

Young Composers Project: Summer Edition

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Aug. 6–10, 2018 
The Young Composers Project: Summer Edition is a unique program designed for students of all experience levels to develop their own voice as a composer.  Read More

Summer Private Music Lessons

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June–August
The Hartt School Community Division offers private music lessons for children and adults in piano, strings, winds, brass, percussion, voice, guitar, harp, organ, and music composition. Suzuki-method study is available for bass, cello, flute, guitar, piano, violin, and viola. Some instruments are available for students as young as 4 years of age. Lessons are offered both at our main-campus locations at the University of Hartford's Hartt School in West Hartford, Conn. and our Simsmore Square location in Simsbury, Conn.  Read More

Summer Dance Classes

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June–August
HCD dance classes are held in the spacious studios of the Mort and Irma Handel Performing Arts Center (HPAC) in Hartford, Conn., close by the University of Hartford's main campus. Classes are taught by experienced and knowledgeable professional faculty. 2018 offerings include 8-week pre-K, Division I, and adult ballet classes.  Read More