The Music Division offers students of all ages (including adults) the opportunity to study privately with our world class faculty through the YCPrep Community Music School. Student musicians can also participate in the YCP Summer Music Experience programs
(2015 dates & program information TBA).
Experienced orchestral musicians are invited to consider joining the York College Community Orchestra which meets on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-9:00 PM in Wolf Hall 114. If interested in joining the group, please contact conductor Zachary Levi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evelyn and Earl Wolf Hall, Room 206
Monday - Friday
Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention all music students ages 13-17:
YORK COLLEGE SUMMER MUSIC EXPERIENCE is on vacation this year (2015)...
...but will be back in the SUMMER OF 2016!
Students who want to hone their skills, explore new directions and make lifelong music friends should plan to attend YCPrep's intensive, wide-ranging week-long day camp featuring private lessons, instrumental chamber music, music theater, choral groups and jazz ensembles as well as a variety of enrichment classes including music theory, song writing, piano lab and orchestration. Students will work one-on-one and in small groups with our world-class faculty and guest artists and the week will culminate in a variety of staged performance opportunities open to the community.
This camp is designed for students who are already playing or singing at the upper intermediate levels and who have taken private lessons for a minimum of two years. Ensemble experience (school or community) is preferred, but not mandatory. Advanced younger students (ages 11-13) may be considered by auditioning for the faculty in the spring of 2016, and seniors who graduate in May 2016 are also eligible to attend.
More information about DATES for 2016, applications and scholarship information will be available in the fall of 2015, so check back soon...
We hope to see you at YORK COLLEGE SUMMER MUSIC EXPERIENCE in the summer of 2016!"