June Joanne Culley’s Jazz and World Music at LFM camp just released in the Spring 2018 Canadian Winds journal of the Canadian Band Association.
MayWe will be missing Elizabeth Acker, Raechelle Kennedy, Jessica Lloyd, and Stillman Matheson this year.- We are very happy to welcome Kristina Nojd - pianist, accompanist and teacher. She will be accompanying Jazz Choir, World Music Choir, Chamber Choir and Musical Theatre. - Jenny Crober will be teaching Piano Technique. - Curtis Driedger will be teaching Ukulele for Beginners. - Terry Head will be accompanying Choir for All.- Melody Blondel will be leading Art 45.
March We are very happy to welcome back many coaches from last year and introduce: - Patrick Headley - bassoonist, conductor and teacher. - Fern Lindzon - pianist, vocalist, composer/arranger and teacher. - Janina Kraus - pianist and teacher. - Ellen Vesterdal - vocalist, choir director and teacher. The program and schedule are set - some of the changes for this year. - Piano Boogie with Paul Neufeld - Beginner Ukulele advances to Part 2 with Stillman Matheson - Ear Training with Barbara Bolte - Spirituals Choir with Ellen Vesterdal - Listen 45 with Garry Page returns for some music appreciation - Music arranging and transcription in Arranging 45 with Neil Hunter - Rhythm Training with Barbara Bolte jumps back to Level 1- Swing Sisters lead by Fern Lindzon - Lead and Backup Singing with Gillian Stecyk is joined by a rhythm section lead by Mike Graham - Lakefield gives birth to the L-Pop Band lead by Mike Graham - Bucket Drumming with Larry Graves
February Joanne Culley’s Spotlight on Strings at LFM camp just released in the CAMMAC Toronto Region Newsletter.
January The website currently shows details from 2017. We are in the process of re-hiring faculty and confirming program details for the next camp, August 12 – 19, 2018. We anticipate opening registration in March. Updates will appear on this website, Facebook and Twitter.
- Joanne Culley’s 2015 LFM story published in Active Senior’s Digest, June/July 2016 and The Link, Summer 2016. - Featured in Toronto Life’s Best of Summer 2016 sleepaway camps for grownups. - Joined Musical America’s Worldwide list of “musical meccas” announced in their Festivals Guide 2016, featured summer music program for grown-ups, page 7. - Joanne Culley’s 2014 LFM story in EverythingZoomer.
Next music campAugust 12 - 19, 2018 ~~~read NEWS here~~~
* Jazz and World Music, 2017 * Spotlight on Strings, 2016 * Active Senior’s Digest, June/July 2016* The Link, Summer 2016 * Toronto Life’s Best of Summer 2016 * Musical America's Worldwide Festivals Guide 2016* A Choral Experience, 2015* EverythingZoomer 2015 * CAA Magazine, Summer 2015* Reader’s Digest 2014, Canada’s 10 Best Summer Camps for Grown-Ups* Making Music Magazine, July/Aug 2011* The Music Scene, Spring 2011
Lake Field Music camp for adult amateurs
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