The High School Vocal Camp provides a diverse offering of musical experiences. All participants sing in the Foster Camp High School Choir, led by EKU’s Director of Choral Activities, Dr. Richard Waters. The choir performs a wide variety of choral repertoire, including the KMEA All-State Choir audition piece, culminating with a public performance on the final day of camp in the EKU Center for the Arts.
Campers also attend a daily voice class with members of the EKU voice faculty, and have the opportunity for private study at the rate of $20 per half-hour lesson. Advanced vocalists are chosen by audition to perform for parents, relatives, and fellow campers on the Vocal Honors Recital, held on Thursday evening in Gifford Theatre.
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Afternoon activities are planned each evening for the campers. Activities include, but are not limited to, tennis, soccer, basketball, swimming, kickball, softball, movies, indoor/outdoor games, board games, video game tournaments, etc. We offer several afternoon activities each evening allowing students to choose their favorites.
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