Greenwood School of Music Summer Music Institute
The GSM Summer Music Institute is designed as specific intensives focused on studio classes, masterclasses, workshops, and private lessons.
Registration for Summer Music Institute is coming soon!
- What is the OSU Summer Music Institute?
The OSU Summer Music Institute is a 6 day music camp designed as instrumental intensives, where students will have the opportunity to have more individualized time with Greenwood School of Music faculty and more specified classes designed for their applied area. This may include:
Instrument specific masterclasses
Area-specific studio classes and warm-up classes
One-on-one private lessons
Workshops designed for students from all participants
- Who can attend?
Band, orchestra, jazz, piano, and vocal students who will be entering high school or will be first-year college students in the Fall of 2023.
What instruments are being offered?
Specific Instruments Include:
Woodwinds: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, and Saxophone
Brass: French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, and Euphonium/Tuba
Strings: Violin, Viola, Cello, and Double Bass
Voice (all voice types)
- What does it cost?
The 2023 Summer Music Institute has two pricing options available and includes daily meals:
Commuter Participant (travel to campus from home each day): $375
Residential Participant (staying in the campus dorms): $475
- Are there any other fees?
Your Summer Music Institute registration fees include one 30-minute private lesson with an OSU Summer Music Camp Faculty member of your applied area. If you would like a 60-minute lesson instead or additional lessons, this option can be added for an additional $35.