Summer Music Camp

2024 Dates TBA

We had over 390 students from all over the U.S.A. as well as from other countries, come to Moscow, Idaho to participate in our 2023 Summer Music Camp.

What if your student came out of this summer with greater musicianship? What if that also showed them how to imitate their Heavenly Father better? What if they could do all this without feeling like it was work? Sound good so far?

Enter New Saint Andrews College Summer Music Camp, a unique opportunity for students from ages five through graduated seniors in high school, to refine their music skills in fun and fulfilling ways. Students will work on singing, dancing, music theory, Bible knowledge, and more as they prepare for a final concert and folk dance. That last part is a bit of fun for the whole family too!

Students will work daily with professional musicians from New Saint Andrews College. Older students have the opportunity to try out and perform pieces of music at the camp. Professional musicians also share their musical gifts with students by performing short recitals.

Students also learn from local pastors who lead Bible classes. 

As the Triune God sings and makes music over His creation, we will grow more and more into His likeness when we seek to be joyful music makers rather than only music consumers.


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What ages/grades can participate in Music Camp?

Incoming Kindergarteners (5 years old) to graduated seniors (18+ years old). 

What does Music Camp offer high school and middle school students?

A high level choir experience in the midst of a week packed with making new friends from across the nation (and even other countries!), learning how to become a stronger singer and musician, as well as a whole bunch of fun games, dances, and activities!

What is the Folk Dance Event?

Both younger half-day and older full-day camper groups will enjoy putting into practice the dances they have learned throughout the week at a fun, first-class Folk Dance on Friday evening.

Is there a Final Concert for the Camp?

Yes! The week-long camp culminates in a glorious and God-exalting concert on Saturday featuring all campers.

Can students try out and share pieces at the Camp?

Yes! Though most of our musical activities are group-oriented (choir), older students who have individual experience on an instrument or voice may audition during the week to perform in a special recital on Friday for the full-day campers.

What activities do students do at the Camp?

In addition to inspiring choral rehearsals, campers will:

  • Learn to understand the music better by analyzing the scores with experts
  • Dig deep into God’s Word with meaningful Bible classes and, for the younger campers, work on daily Bible crafts
  • Enjoy team games and outdoor activities
  • Learn to folk dance in daily workshops that culminate in a Friday Night Folk Dance

What are the music pieces that campers learn and sing?

The pieces are high caliber choral pieces, and introduce the students to and help them explore the world of classical choral music, as well as fun and engaging music from cultures around the globe.

What comes with registration for the Camp?

Shirts, Dance, Music Classes, Bible Classes, Games & Activity, Crafts projects, Final Concert on Saturday, Recital/Audition for older students 

Is Food Included?

No – campers pack a lunch every day.

Who are some of the teachers leading the Camp?

Dr. David Erb, Fellow of Music at NSA

Aaron Snell, Choir Director at Logos School

Pr. Toby Sumpter

Pr. Jared Longshore

Have Any Questions?

Meet Jocelyn Meyer, the Conservatory of Music’s Administrator. Jocelyn has participated with the Summer Music Camp Program for the past decade. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience to impart to future campers and parents.

If you have any questions regarding the camp that are not answered in the FAQ section above, please email Jocelyn at: [email protected]