In just a few short weeks, more than forty singers will gather for the second annual Choral Camp for adults, offered through Interlochen College of Creative Arts. Led once again by Jerry Blackstone, director of choirs and conducting at University of Michigan, the vocalists will enjoy making music in the company of other singing adults from across the United States.
"I had the time of my life," said Carol Oseroff, a child psychologist, who attended Interlochen Arts Camp in 1976 and returned for the inaugural adult choral camp last summer. "It's a magical, creative place. People are fulfilling dreams and working hard to elevate themselves in their craft."
Singers will participate in full ensemble rehearsals twice daily, with some sectional rehearsals to focus on difficult rhythms and musical passages. A final concert will be presented by the choir on Saturday afternoon at the Mallory-Towsley Center for Arts Leadership, and it is open to the public. There is plenty of unstructured time to enjoy the activity and recitals of the many youth at the Arts Camp. Evenings are left free to enjoy student and faculty concerts, social fellowship, or exploring the vibrant and beautiful Grand Traverse region.
For more information, or to register, please visit http://college.interlochen.org/program/adult-choral-camp