Spring 2022 Programs
The Kamloops Music Collective is proud to offer a combination of in person and online programs for the young musicians in our community this Spring! Below is a list of programs will be taking place in the coming months to keep music and music education in your life this season.
Set the Stage! A Spring Break Performing Arts Program
Dates: March 21st - 25th 2022
Prerequisite: In Grades 3 - 8, No experience necessary!
Time: 8:30am - 3:00pm daily
Location: Kamloops United Church (421 St. Paul Street)
Early Bird until Jan 15th- $295
Regular fee after Jan 15- $345
Instructor: Brittany Zettergreen
Imagine a day filled with musical theatre, set design, instrument exploration, musical games and friends! At Set the Stage! we teach musical theatre fundamentals that help students shine on stage and in all aspects of their lives. This camp is perfect for kids in grades 3-8, beginners are welcome!
This Spring Break, enroll the kids in a Performing Arts Camp that is modeled after our popular summer program, the Kamloops Interior Summer School of Music! Kids who take part will get to explore many aspects of musical theatre and music exploration. We are excited to announce that this year students will have the opportunity to learn and perform a Jr. musical theatre production (TBA).
About the Show:
Finances should never prevent a child from participating in the arts. As a non-profit organization, the Kamloops Music Collective is committed to making our programming accessible to as many children and youth in our communities as possible. Our bursaries have helped hundreds of children to register in tuition-based programs at a reduced rate. Applications for bursary funding are open to everyone. To view eligibility and submission details, download the application package below. Your privacy matters to us. All applications are held in confidence.
This Spring Break the Kamloops Music Collective is excited to be able to offer 4, $250 bursaries for Set the Stage! If you have any questions, please feel free to email info@KamloopsMusicCollective.ca.
If you would like to pursue further funding, we recommend looking into the Boogie the Bridge Cultural Fund (BBCF). This is a community-based cultural funding program established in 2005 providing grants for children ages 5 to 18 who are in need of financial assistance to have the opportunity to participate in cultural programs in Kamloops. For information, Click Here.
Helping Us to Make These Programs Possible
We would like to share our gratitude with the United Way and with the British Columbia Arts Council for supporting our organization and our Spring programs! Their funding has made many of these opportunities possible.