Summer Camps 2017

summersun    Summer Extravaganza Camp 2017
For ages 4 - 13 years, our Summer Camp runs throughout the month of July and will be held in Willow Park School in Blackrock, Co. Dublin.
Camp includes activities such as dancing, instruments, song writing, music theatre and music ensembles.
A variety show will be held at the end of each week's camp.

            

Dates:
3rd - 7th July
10th - 14th July
17th - 21st July

Ages:  4 - 6 yr olds              Ages:  7 - 13 yr olds
Time: 9:30am - 2pm          Time: 9:30am - 3pm
Price: €120 per week        Price: €135 per week

(For our Current Students in Dun Laoghaire School of Music there will be a €10 discount)

BOOK ONLINE HERE

 

guitar clip art bTyLdzpTLSchool of Rock Camp 2017

Do you play guitar, bass, drums, piano/keyboard or sing?  Do you wanna rock?  The two week summer camp allows 10 - 14 year olds a chance to
meet others of the same age, musical interest and skill level and jam, learn more about their instrument, record and
produce a CD and perform at the end of camp concert.


Dates: 3rd - 7th July & 10th - 14th July
Ages:  10 - 14 yr olds
        Time: 1pm - 4pm         
Price: €135 per week

(For our Current Students in Dun Laoghaire School of Music there will be a €10 discount)

 

What We Offer

All Instruments, Voice, Theory
         & Music Technology

 Junior & Leaving Certificate
                      Music

    Children's World of Music
          fun classes for 3 - 6 year olds

  Expert Tuition by Dedicated
            & Friendly Staff

About Us

Dun Laoghaire School of Music was founded in 1993 and has acquired an excellent reputation as a centre for music education in south JohnCatherineDublin, catering for over 800 students. The school offers expert tuition in most instruments, theory and voice by experienced and dedicatedteachers and provides individual or group classes for all ages and levels. A diverse range of musical styles is on offer, from
classical to jazz through to popular and traditional music. The emphasis is on learning through enjoyment and pupils are taken from day one,
through all the skills necessary for them to acquire a full and comprehensive knowledge and love of music.


Exams: While music exams are encouraged they are not compulsory. Exams for the Royal Irish Academy are hosted by Dun Laoghaire School
of Music thus enabling students to sit their exams in a familiar and welcoming environment. Other exam courses offered include the Associated
Board of the Royal Schools of Music, the London College of Music and Trinity Guildhall. In-house exams are also available in many instruments.


Concerts: There are also two concerts held in the School of Music, at Christmas and at the end of year, for parents and friends.  All students
are encouraged to participate. Concerts also take place in The Pavilion Theatre every year where students are encouraged to showcase their talents.

Reception Opening Hours

Monday:   10am - 5pm
Tuesday:   10am - 5pm
Wednesday:   10am - 5pm
Saturday:   10am - 1pm