UPDATE for 2020 Viola Camp! 

First, the good news! Viola Camp 2020 is STILL HAPPENING! 
In light of the global pandemic, we do have to make some changes. Viola Camp 2020 will be a day camp in Boise. More details will come your way in the near future. We will be rehearsing outside, and adhering to CDC guidelines about hygiene and physical distancing. 
Viola Camp 2020 will feature many of the same great musical and recreational activities campers have grown to know and love. Each day will start with viola activities, and feature an optional outdoor recreational activity in the evenings. Campers will be responsible for their own transportation. 
We will be capping the number of students at camp for safety. There are still 3 spots left, so please let your friends know to sign up ASAP.  
Please let me know if you have any questions! The location is LIKELY to be Barber Park in Boise, and we should know by the end of the week.
Use this form to register: REGISTER

Idaho Viola Camp is a casual, musically satisfying camp for violists entering the 8th grade and older. Students and faculty all camp together at Ponderosa State Park in McCall, Idaho. Musical activities are held at McCall Congregational Church. Students participate in large and small viola ensembles, yoga, individual practice, an outdoor concert, and more. There are daily outdoor activities, including hikes, swimming, canoeing and campfires. Because of the unique nature of the camp, and of violists everywhere, Idaho Viola Camp provides a strong, supportive community, creating friendships that last a lifetime.

The 2020 camp runs from August 2-8. More details about meeting times for carpools to McCall, where to check in, and final concert time and location will be announced as we get closer to camp.

Scholarships are extremely limited. Please check with other resources (your school, family friends, etc) before asking for a scholarship to Viola Camp. Many faculty donate hours of their time and energy to making the camp happen, and every scholarship given out is subsidized by these hardworking individuals.


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