The annual UNB Music Camp is dedicated to furthering the experience and growth of New Brunswick music students.
Students come from all over the province and beyond its borders to participate in an enjoyable and stimulating program of music and recreation.
Originally designed for string, wind, and choral students, it has since expanded to include an introduction to music half-day camp for the very young, programs in youth strings and recorder, advanced piano, and classical guitar.
The faculty, top performing musicians and music educators, are assisted by staff members who help provide guidance and leadership to assure a high quality program.
Students will participate in large ensembles, chamber groups, master classes, and choir. Electives are offered by the faculty and staff, and may change between years.
Daily supervised recreation periods as well as concerts and faculty/student recitals provide a well balanced program in a unique musical environment. The program is flexible in order to encourage younger students and to challenge the more advanced.
Students must be 10 years or older. The minimum age for residence students is 12 years. Applicants can choose to attend on either a day or live-in (residence) basis.
Day students will provide their own lunch and must be on campus from 9AM to 4:30PM and are encouraged to attend the evening concerts and activities.
Students electing to stay in the university residence are supervised by camp staff on a 24 hour basis.
Faculty and student concerts are held throughout the week and are open to the public.
All parents, family members and friends are welcome to attend.
- The camp reserves the right to expel campers for violations of camp rules without refund of camp fees.
- The camp cannot be held responsible to loss, damage or theft of any personal belongings.
When using the online registration system please enter "CMUS" into the course code field to find the music camps. Click here for further instructions on how to use our online registration system.