The Performing Arts Conservatory – Indy’s Child Magazine

Students will focus on a specific performance area and then collaborate with other performance areas as well. Sessions will include:
**Choir, dance, string instruments and theater lessons
** Small group instruction
**Performance Trade Instruction
**Music theory
**Dance technique
**Theatrical technique
**Movement Class

General informations:

Call: (131) 796-4329
Address: 7399 N Shadeland St.
E-mail: [email protected]
Appointment: June 20 – June 24, 2022
Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Age: Enter from 6th to 8th grade
Activities: Teaching choir, dance, string instruments and theater

Q&A with the Conservatory of Performing Arts

What makes the Conservatory of Performing Arts unique?

The Performing Arts Conservatory provides a family environment where young people can thrive and feel safe to create and perform without judgment. Campers will learn the art of collaboration and teamwork.

What activities are offered at the Conservatory of Performing Arts?

Teaching choir, dance, string instruments and theater
Small group teaching
Performance trading instruction
music theory
dance technique
theater technique
Outdoor activity

What is the camper-advisor ratio?

8 to 1

How long do campers spend outside?

Campers spend up to an hour and a half a day – weather permitting.

Does the Conservatory of Performing Arts offer lunches/snacks or do parents have to provide them?

Our camp provides lunch and snacks

What is the typical daily schedule for campers?

Movement time
Priority to performance area
Break time / activity
Performance Business / Reading / Performance Research / Personal Strategic Building (rotating schedule)
Performance Theory / Techniques
To eat lunch
Small group teaching
Priority to performance area
Break time / activity
Family Time – Daily Reflection Time

How old are the counselors and how are they trained?

Counselors vary in age and they are experts in their area of ​​performance professionally and academically.

What accommodations are made for campers with special needs?

We do not provide support for students with special needs.

What is the cost of the performing arts conservatory?

Cost: $175 (Early Bird rate through May 20) – includes instruction, gear, t-shirt, lunch, and snacks. $185 (after May 20).
* A $50.00 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your spot – deposit is used for tuition fees Artists will be served lunch and snack daily – please indicate food allergies on the registration form by line.

Save 10% when you complete registration (including deposit) by May 20. Deposits are non-refundable EXCEPT for cancellations required due to COVID-19 (including camp format change necessitated by county/state guidelines.)
Online camp registration:

The performing arts conservatory