*CAMPUS MAP: Click HERE. We are in the Fine Arts Building, 3rd floor
*INFORMATIONAL EMAIL: Check your emails for your last minute details!
*WAIVER FORM: ALL campers MUST fill out the Waiver Form before the Monday start date of their respective weeks. Click HERE for the Waiver Form. Thank you!
*REMIND APP: Campers – sign up for your respective Remind Apps for last minute reminders!
Week #2: https://www.remind.com/join/yocjweek2

BRAVO to Week#1 campers on such a fine job all week and at your Friday concerts!


• YOCJ seeks to bridge the gap between our mostly virtual season and our Fall 2021 return to in-person ensembles with our Summer Chamber Music Camp!
• Join us in-person at Rider University for one or two weeks of chamber music repertoire
• Each week features new repertoire and a concert to cap off each session
• YOCJ will follow safety guidelines, including face coverings & social distancing.
• Camp open to both YOCJ and non-YOCJ students–see below for requirements and details!
• Application DEADLINE was Friday, June 18th!

Week #1: July 12 – 16
Week #2: July 19 – 23
Mondays – Fridays, 9am – 12pm

• Current 6th – 12th grade students, including the Senior Class of 2021
• Current YOCJ Students? Fill out the Application/Placement Video, & submit payment ASAP!
• Non-YOCJ Students? You must meet YOCJ Audition Requirements. Applications/Video accepted starting Wed. May 12th. AFTER you receive an acceptance confirmation email, you may submit payment to complete your registration!
• Strings, Woodwinds, & Brass musicians welcomed
• Pre-formed groups or individual students seeking a group can register
BONUS: Non-YOCJ Students who successfully apply AND complete the Chamber Camp session, may skip the New Student Audition process for the 2021-2022 YOCJ Season!
• Application DEADLINE was Friday, June 18th!

Faculty & Staff:
• Mr. Phil Pugh
• Dr. Nell Flanders
• Dr. Jordan Smith
• Mr. Scott Collins
• Mr. Jichen Li
• Mr. Rajli Bicolli
• Mrs. Larisa Epps, Administrator on site

• $250 for one week
• $450 for both weeks

This camp has been made possible, in part, with support from the ACMP, Associated Chamber Music Players.