June 30, 2014 - July 17, 2014
|Housing Dates||June 29, 2014 - July 19, 2014|
|Housing & Meal Plan Fee||$1038|
Available January 15, 2014
Please note that the prices above reflect the 2013 pricing structure and are subject to change.
William Wesbrooks, 35 West Fourth Street, Suite 1077, (212) 998-5154, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Vocal Performance Program in Music and Performing Arts Professions offers a three-week intensive workshop during which students explore the techniques of music theatre performance from the perspective of an actor, singer, and dancer. The workshop employs both group and individual instruction, and activities include dance classes, choreography and musical staging rehearsals, acting and song analysis classes, private song coachings, and a series of master classes on subjects related to the field. The workshop culminates with a showcase presentation in which students perform the material they have been working on in class.
Evening activities for the workshop participants include Broadway shows, concerts, and other cultural events around New York. The program fee covers the cost of those events. The only money that students need to bring to the workshop is extra spending money for incidentals.
Eligiblity to Apply
In addition to students already enrolled at NYU, the workshop is open to students from other universities and those who have just graduated from high school or completed their junior year. In order to participate in the summer music theatre workshop you must have completed your junior year of high school AND you must have turned 16-years-old by the time the workshop starts. There are no exceptions to these rules.
The application procedure for 2014 is TBD.
Workshop Information 2014:
Application Deadline: TBD
If you are accepted for the workshop you will receive instructions about how to proceed with the registration process through the University. Applications are accepted after the deadline on a space available basis.
Dates/Times: The workshop will begin on dates to be determined.
For visiting students there will be an orientation session on a date to be determined. In order to participate in the workshop you must be available Monday through Saturday from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Private Lessons: The workshop fee includes three (3) private voice lessons with one of our master teachers. Our voice faculty is made up of professional singers who maintain private teaching studios while they pursue their performance careers.
Students stay in private or shared rooms with one or two roommates in an NYU residence hall. The residence hall is located near Washington Square Park, a short walk from campus buildings. Campus meal plans range from 8 to 12 meals per week and include a card with $30 of Dining Dollars. Linens are provided; students should bring their own towels. The residence hall building has air conditioning and Internet access with an Ethernet cable. Students staying in NYU housing should move in on Sunday, June 30 and attend a required orientation session that evening. They must move out on Friday, July 19.
NYU Public Safety Services officers are on duty 24 hours a day. Specially assigned Resident Assistants (R.A.) monitor discipline, including enforcing a curfew for students in this program, and help students as they adjust to living away from home.
Because our standards for achievement are high, we accept highly motivated students who will enjoy the classes as well as the cultural activities. It is, therefore, important to know that failure to comply with regulations will be grounds for immediate dismissal from the program. Parents and/or guardians will be contacted as soon as any unsatisfactory behavior is recognized.Click here for more specific housing information.
A great benefit of the Summer Study in Music Theatre workshop is the chance for students to experience life in New York City and Greenwich Village. The cost of living in the city is high. The activities fee students pay for the workshop covers only the primary cost of participating in the evening and weekend events and does not cover personal expenses. Students should budget for enough money to last the entire time they will be participating in the workshop. Students are encouraged to discuss expenses and decide upon a budget with their families prior to arriving in New York City.
If you have any questions please contact Professor Wesbrooks at email@example.com
***PLEASE NOTE: Participants under the age of 18 will be required to attend activities on practically every evening during the program. Activities will include trips to the theatre, concerts and visits to important sites throughout New York City.***