SING PHILADELPHIA SUMMER CAMP
SING Philadelphia is a week-long summer choir camp for students entering 2nd – 6th grade. The camp will not be held in 2023.
The camp, held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church at Third and Pine Streets, provides an exceptional musical experience for children and youth who love to sing. Campers learn classical repertoire with special attention to breathing techniques, vowel formation and choral tone, sight singing, and music theory. The week’s curriculum also exposes children to drama and art, teaches students to work as a team, and builds confidence and leadership skills.
→ Safety for our campers, teachers, and community is our highest priority. We will require campers, teachers, and all camp staff to be fully vaccinated. We are developing comprehensive safety procedures and protocols based on CDC’s Guidelines for schools and community activities. We will share this information with the families of enrolled campers and post them on our website when these procedures and protocols are finalized for this season.
The SING Philadelphia Camp seeks to serve children in our local neighborhood, specifically those children who live within walking distance or attend Nebinger Elementary School, Independence Charter School, McCall Elementary School, Meredith Elementary School, St. Mary’s Interparochial School, and St. Peter’s School.
Camp tuition is $325. However, we offer a sliding scale ranging from no cost to $325 to ensure children have equitable access to SING Philadelphia, regardless of financial resources. We can also provide lunch to campers by request.
Camp runs from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. every day, with morning care included starting at 8 a.m. There is also afternoon (4-5:30 p.m.) extended care available. There will be no after-care on Friday, June 24.
Grouped by age, the campers receive musical instruction twice each day, as well as daily drama and art classes led by experienced teachers. On the afternoon of the final day of camp, families and friends are invited to attend the SING Philadelphia Showcase, featuring a choral concert and an art exhibit