Click on the register link in the left column, which will take you to the registration form.
No, all registration forms must be submitted and paid online.
No. If you fill out the registration form and pay in full, your son/daughter is accepted into the camp. After you submit the form, make sure you get a confirmation that it went through. Some of the camps have auditions after the students arrive, which will be communicated to you leading up to the camp.
If your son/daughter is taking medication, please indicate it on the medical form. If you need the camp staff to dispense the medication, you should fill out the “Permission to Dispense Medication by Camp Program Staff” form, on the Forms tab. If your son/daughter is capable of taking their own medication, they are welcome to continue doing that during camp.
Parking passes are distributed at check-in.
Students who are residents during camp can receive a parking pass for the week that will allow them to park in the dorm parking lot. We do not allow resident students to drive their car during the week, unless prearranged with the camp staff. Students who are commuters can receive a parking pass that will allow them to park in lots near the dining hall and rehearsal facilities. Parents who are coming to the final concert on Friday will receive a parking pass at check-in that allows them to park near the dorm and performance facility.
SMI is not responsible for reimbursing parking tickets.
A few of our SMI programs accept younger students. Please see the age and experience requirements below.
Brass: Students should be entering grades 9-12 and be able to prepare an etude and/or solo piece for camp.
Double Reed: Double Reed camp accepts students aged 12-18, who are able to prepare an etude and/or solo piece for camp.
Musical Theatre: Students should be entering grades 10-12.
Percussion: Percussion camp accepts students entering grades 9-12, who have at least 1-2 years of music instruction.
Piano: Piano camp accepts students aged 13-18. Conditional acceptance of students 12 years of age may be requested via the camp director. Students should be able to prepare at least one solo piece for camp.
Saxophone: Students should be entering grades 9-12 and have at least 1-2 years of music instruction.
Strings: Strings camp accepts students aged 12-18, who have at least one year of string instruction.
Vocal Arts: Students should be entering grades 10-12.
Should your student be home schooled or have different levels of experience, please contact the director. Exceptions can be made where appropriate.
University policy states that campers under 18 are not allowed wifi access.
Check-in for camps are Sunday afternoons between 1-3 p.m., and pick up is on Friday before or after your child's final performance.
Specific schedules for each camp will be emailed to campers and parents closer to the start of camp.