Our camps in Decatur, Dunwoody and Little 5 Points strike the perfect balance between a creative, effective music curriculum and some good, old-fashioned fun. In our day camp catalog, there's something for each an every young musician-- absolute beginners or more advanced instrumentalists and vocalists-- , and you'll discover enough variety to keep a single student entertained and growing year round.Options include rock music camp, music theater camp, music video camp, piano, guitar, violin boot camp, Hogwart's Music Academy, Jedi Music Academy and more. Read More
If you're coming for lessons, classes, rehearsals or the Salon Recital @ CMC Little 5 Points, Colquitt Ave is closed due to ongoing sewer repairs. You'll have to use an alternate route to approach our Colquitt/Euclid Ave corner. We suggest using Moreland, Austin, or Washita Ave to reach Euclid & Colquitt.
a network of local community music schools dedicated to bringing more music to more people by matching students of all ages, different skill levels, and varied interests with a professional faculty and other beneficial resources through an innovative array of historically-informed & dynamic educational programs
We offer Day Camps for students in rising grades K-5 at CMC Decatur, CMC Dunwoody and CMC Little 5 Points whenever schools close. Camp themes allow us to focus on projects that are beneficial and fun, and themes help parents to pick weeks that cater to their student's interests. Doors open at 8 am and close at 6:00 pm (with both full and half day options available), and we're providing these musical adventures at very reasonable rates.
We also offer a Summer Performance Workshop for students grade 6-8, 9-12 and recent grads. Students meet for week long sessions to build their skills and understanding and best of all, to prep for our annual Summer Showcase at Variety Playhouse in Little 5 Points!
Sample the fun: music video created by Elementary Division students and faculty during one of our Day Camps for Kids
Check this out: video of Performance Workshop students (High School Division) playing the Variety Playhouse, Summer 2014