Prices are in Canadian dollars for one person attending the one-week music camp. 13% HST must be charged on all fees.
Adult (Age 19 and up) - Single occupancy room, three meals, full-day music program: $1599 Standard dormitory, shared multi-fixture bathroom. $1749 Cooper dormitory, semi-private bathroom. $1899 Uplands dormitory, private bathroom. - Double occupancy room, three meals, full-day music program: $1299 Standard dormitory, shared multi-fixture bathroom. $1599 Uplands dormitory, private bathroom. - Day only (no dormitory room): $999 Full-day music program and two meals. $599 Half-day music program and one meal.
Youth (Age 13 to 18) $899 Standard dormitory, shared room with an adult participant, three meals, full-day music program. Adult fee applies for Cooper and Uplands dormitories. $799 Day only (no dormitory room), two meals, full-day music program
Notes - All dormitories are air-conditioned and rooms have single-size beds. - Standard dormitories have shared multi-fixture bathrooms, separate for male and female. Cooper dormitory has a bathroom shared between two rooms. Uplands dormitory has a bathroom for each room. - Three meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner); two meals (lunch and dinner); one meal (lunch or dinner). - The half-day program includes three classes at any time of day, but generally excludes classes with limited enrolment, contact us for details. - Priority of dormitory choice will be given to participants with the earliest registration date, subject to availability. - Refer to the campus page for more details about the facilities, accommodations and accessibility.
Youth staying on campus overnight must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The youth and adult do not have to attend the same classes but must share a dormitory room. Youth participating in the day program do not need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Unaccompanied youth attending the day program must provide a reference demonstrating sufficient musical ability and maturity. This reference must be in the form of a letter from the parent or guardian. Contact us regarding families of three or more.
Financial Assistance Through the Catherine Cashore Bursary Fund, Lake Field Music helps individuals attend camp if they are in financial need. The award is not tied to musical accomplishments or to any specific instrument/voice. Awarding of bursaries will be based on a combination of bursary fund availability, financial needs of the applicant as well as the instrumental/vocal resources and requirements of the camp. The bursary application is available from the registration page and the submission deadline is June 15.
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Lake Field Music camp for adult amateurs
P.O. Box 73046, 465 Yonge St., Toronto Canada M4Y 2W5
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