This is a sample schedule. The official schedule will be released in June. Arrival and departure times will remain very close to the listed times.


12:30-2:30 Registration/Check-In (Specific times will be assigned by email)

3:00           Camper Welcome and Orientation (CH)

3:30           Rehearsals

6:00           Dinner and Ice Breakers

7:00           Rehearsals

9:00           SHSU Showcase/Counselor Camp Chat (CH)

9:30           Ice Cream/Talent Show Auditions (202)

10:15         Roll Call/Return to Dorms

11:00         Room Check/Lights Out

Monday and Tuesday

8:00           Breakfast

9:00           Rehearsals

10:15         Diction Masterclass

11:00         Rehearsals

12:00         Lunch

1:15           Rehearsals

2:30           Sight Reading Masterclass S/A/TB (Douglas, Bull, Womack)

3:15           Rehearsals

5:15           Nap/Dorm Time

6:30           Dinner

7:45           Rehearsals

10:00         Monday - Game and Craft Night; Tuesday - Talent Show

11:00         Room Check/Lights Out


    8:00           Breakfast

    9:00           Rehearsals

    12:30         Lunch

    1:30           Dress Rehearsal

    3:30           Final Concert (CH) - Free and open to the public

    4:00           Check Out (approximate)


    This year we will be offering a number of special elective sessions during camp. These sessions will be open to all students, though each will have a limited number of available slots. There is no additional cost for our special sessions. Sign up for the electives will occur at check in, so enrollment is on a first come, first served basis. An official list of sessions will be emailed to you with your camp handbook. Some sample sessions from previous years include:

    Voice Masterclass – Sing for, and hear other students sing, and then get feedback from the SHSU voice faculty in a warm and supportive atmosphere. If you are interested in the class, bring a solo piece with you!

    Conducting Class – We will look at some of the basics of conducting, including beat patterns, cueing, expression, instruction, and podium personality. Highly recommended for those interested in Music Education.

    Acting for Singers – Explore techniques for character development, and stage presence through the medium of song.

    Composition – Interested in being a composer? Have some pieces you’d like to get feedback on? Join this session with SHSU resident composer Dr. Kyle Kindred, and learn about the career and craft of composition.