2020 Summer Music Camp Oakville

2020 music summer violin camp will take place in Oakville, where is has been for the past 15 years. Take advantage of our early bird promotion of $50 off until May 1, 2020. 

Structure of the camp is based on classical music subjects and discovery of new musical instruments including piano, viola, cello, double bass, drums, guitar and harp.

When deciding on best camp for your child there is no right or wrong in choosing the perfect camp. We have different types of children with different personalities and at around the age of 5 – 7 they are starting to show it. Here at Klaudia’s Music Studio, our goal is to offer something your child will remember as fun, new, interesting and full of discovery. The half day morning camp runs last two weeks of summer before the school begins and you can pick one or the other week, or you can select both weeks. Experience is not required, complete beginners are welcome. We loan the violin (or a different instrument of your choice) for a week to take home and practice, while at camp. The instruction is aimed to inspire more than anything. The end of the week concert is cute and makes us feel accomplished. It also shows the parents and caregivers an idea of what we’ve been learning. From there, when the camp ends, there is a path to new discoveries, as some children decide to pursue violin, or different instrument in September in private one-on-one lessons. This comes naturally, we don’t expect every child to sign up for lessons, it is just a good option to have after they get familiar with our environment and our teachers. Some children prefer to only have summer fun with violin and then run away from it to pursue anything but violin. And we respect that and totally understand. Like we mentioned at the beginning there are different personalities among us. So, when it comes to recommended age, it is 5 – 7 years old. The children in this age bracket interact well, there is not too much difference in material learned and it runs well as one group. But from the past we learned that we allow also one year down and one year up to accommodate the siblings and friends going to camp together. This brings us to having 4 year olds in our camp and then on the other end we have 8 year olds. When this happens we split the children based on age into groups and the educational part of the camp is done slightly differently for each. They still have most activities together and we produce the concert together. As more children sign up we have more staff to taka care of all the particulars. The summer camp violin portion is lead and taught by the owner of this music school Ms. Klaudia. She is an experienced violin teacher, violinist and string orchestra conductor, adored by her students. She is passionate about proper posture at playing and emphasizes violin playing to be a pain free experience.

For those of you who like to go straight to the point we prepared a summary of this article.


Camp Age: 5 – 7 years old (we accept also one year down and one year up to accommodate the siblings and friends doing camp together)

Camp Week 1: August 24 – 28, 2020

Camp Week 2: August 31 – September 4, 2020

Time of Camp: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm (4 hours, morning only)

Location: Trafalgar Presbyterian Church, 1525 Linchfield Road, Oakville, ON, L6H 5P4

Camp Fee: $200/1 week, $350/both weeks

***Early sign up discount: May 1, 2020 PROMO SPECIAL $50 OFF***

***Fee: $150/1 week, $300/both weeks***

Camp Policy: Camp fee is payable at sign up in full. Refund is given if you cancel two (2) full months prior to camp start date. Half (1/2) price is refunded if you cancel one (1) month prior to camp start date. No refund for any cancellation less than one (1) month before the camp start date.

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