The WTAMU Chamber Music Strings Camp invites you to star in your own chamber group. Each ensemble has its own coach to help you achieve the highest levels of musicianship. All campers are also involved in daily activities led by a faculty of experts, including members of the Harrington String Quartet and other WTAMU faculty.

Typical Daily Activities
Morning stretching
Chamber and Orchestra rehearsals
Two elective activities
Master classes/recitals
Evening activities/recreation

The camp is open to string musicians who will enter grades 5-12 in the fall of 2019, as well as recently graduated high school seniors. Residential campers must be at least twelve years of age. A minimum of two years playing experience and the ability to read music is required.

2019 Tuition*
$525 Residential Campers
$350 Day Campers
* $25 discount per student for multiple siblings from the same family.

Sunday’s auditions, the camp t-shirt, and all activities Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. including lunch are covered for all campers.

Additionally, residential campers stay in air-conditioned dorms, eat breakfast and dinner in the university dining hall, and enjoy evening activities and recreation at the Virgil Henson Activity Center from Sunday through Friday.

 *TMEA All-State Orchestra members attend at a highly reduced rate of

$300 to attend as residential campers, or

$150 to attend as day campers. Contact Nick Scales, camp director, for details at (806) 651-2849 or by emailing


Students at String Camp

For more information, contact Nick Scales, camp director at (806) 651-2849 or by emailing

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