St. Cecilia Music Center's Youth Programs offer students in grades 3-12 opportunities to practice, perform, and perfect their instrument of choice alongside other talented students—with weekly after-school rehearsals and semester-culminating performances in Royce Auditorium.
Youth Ensembles offer school-age students opportunities to learn skills they’ll apply throughout their lives—from instrumental perfection to teamwork to performance—while earning an appreciation for music and a passion for the arts.Learn More
Young pianists will grow their skills in this engaging, intensive week-long camp. Daily activities, taught or supervised by exceptional, talented faculty, include: private lessons, ensemble lessons, theory lessons, musical games, music history classes, practice time, and more.Learn More
St. Cecilia Music Center’s Middle School Band Camp offers students the opportunity to spend the week with other woodwind, brass and percussion players who want to advance their skills and have fun! This week-long day camp is led by band director Rebecca Kilgore. Each day will include three full band rehearsals directed by Ms. Kilgore, as well as sectionals led by exceptional area band teachers. Every day will also include an afternoon performance by a different professional musician. The final day of camp will culminate in a full band performance for friends and family in St. Cecilia Music Center’s beautiful Royce Auditorium.Learn More
Each year, students in grades 6-12 get the opportunity to compete in St. Cecilia Music Center’s Piano Concerto Competition. The winner performs with SCMC’s top youth orchestra, the Philharmonic, at its winter concert.Learn More