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Respect Ability Foundation offers music camps

The Cornelius-based Respect Ability Foundation is offering one-week music camps this summer, as a vendor, with the Town of Davidson and Town of Cornelius. The camps offer youth an opportunity to meet friends and learn music in a fun environment, while developing skills, from active listening to teamwork. For years, RAF has provided workshops and yearlong programs to local schools, with great success, resulting in parents requesting camps. RAF Music Camps in Cornelius and Davidson have limited openings.

Find My Voice: Music Camp (Ages 8-12)
Love to sing? Kids will not only find their own singing voice, but develop their inner voice of courage! They will learn healthy voice techniques while building confidence for stage performance and everyday life! Create new song lyrics and experience positive performance opportunities with popular music. Emphasis is on Kodály Solfège, listening skills, and making fun music as a group. Family is invited to a casual performance at the last class and a complimentary digital recording of a group performance is provided.
Davidson: July 24th – July 28th, 9:00am-12:00pm @ Community School of Davidson Cornelius: July 31st- Aug. 4th , 9:00am-12:00pm @ JV Washam Elementary

Moving & Grooving: Music Camp (Ages 8-12)
Trashcans, boom whackers and rhythm wars! Kids not only groove to positive hip hop and movie music, but also learn to conduct and play fundamental rhythm patterns. Emphasis is placed on drumming, listening skills, working together, and making music as a group. Students create their own African Djembe and family is invited to a casual performance at the last class.
Davidson: July 10th- July 14th, 1:00-4:00pm @ Community School of Davidson Cornelius: July 31st- Aug. 4th, 1:00-4:00pm @ JV Washam Elementary

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