Dal Segno: SERIOUS FUN!
2017 dates: August 7-11
This year’s camp will be moving to a new location! Wesley United Methodist, 1600 4th Ave N, has graciously offered to host our 7th Dal Segno camp.
Release form, to be completed prior to camp:
contact Naomi Welsh, Dal Segno Artistic Director, with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dal Segno is NVYO’s summer chamber music day camp program. Students in grades 5-10 learn to work cooperatively through chamber music concepts. (Dal Segno is a musical term that means “the sign” and indicates a return to an earlier place in the music. It’s pronounced Dahl SAYN-yo) New this year! Winds, brass and percussion students in grades 6-10 who meet playing requirements are welcome in Advanced session!
NOTE: Dal Segno is a day camp. However, should you be traveling from out of town and choose to stay overnight in Grand Forks for any part of the camp week, you can get a $65.95 nightly rate at the Expressway Suites, 4040 11th Ave S
To get this rate, follow THIS LINK to the hotel site, and then click “Book Now”. OR call directly at 701-757-7000. Those attending need to mention that they are attending the “Dal Segno Camp” to receive the discounted rate. The hotel offers free weeknight dinner/social and free breakfast.
Click here: UPDATED Dal Segno registration 2017
We are hiring professionals with with chamber music and teaching experience to coach at all levels. Prefer degree in music education or music performance.
Present NVYO students and college students may apply to volunteer assistants or volunteer assistant coaches. Make an impact, and receive training in how to be an effective teacher and coach. Application here:
Robin Riveland is Arioso Music Academy’s director and owner. Robin attended both UND-W and UND, and is a certified and licensed early childhood music educator. Robin has been active in the Youth Symphony programs since 2003 first as a parent, then as a board member. Robin’s own children have participated in local youth music programs for 10 years. She has been active in the development of Grand Forks music studios for the past 12 years and has been teaching music for over 17 years. Robin is Suzuki trained and is a co-founder of the Suzuki STEP (Suzuki Talent Education Program) Program located at Arioso Music Academy.