Music Industry

If You Want To Produce Music, Here Is Where You Can Make It Happen

A Summer. A City. A Camp Like No Other.

Join other teens for an amazing sleepaway camp experience that celebrates creativity, social responsibility and Jewish values.

Need to rock your summer? Or what about, jazz, hip hop, classical or R&B? You'll get the perfect mix of creating, writing, performing and learning with workshops that 360 around the music industry.

You'll also get a unique spin on music study—like looking at music's role in self-expression, making political and cultural statements, changing minds and changing the world.

If music moves you, then you'll find sound inspiration in Passport NYC's Music specialty.

Passport NYC's music specialty, created in partnership with The Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music at Tisch School of the Arts, is your all-access pass to the city's top music educators, producers and artists—the geniuses behind the tracks, hooks and sounds that get you to listen up.

Dates:
Session I: Sun, Jun 30-Sun, Jul 21, 2013
Session II: Sun, Jul 28-Sun, Aug 18, 2013

 

Sample Schedule

A Day in the Life: A sample of what you might do in a typical day at Passport NYC*

8:30 am | Breakfast

9:30 am | Commute

10 am-12 pm | Music Industry Class

Spend the morning working on topics like musical expression, songwriting, recording, producing and marketing.

12:30 pm | Lunch

1:30 pm | Experiential Visits

Meet today’s music moguls and learn how they got to the top. Visit recording studios, record companies, radio stations and live music venues to discover New York’s diverse musical influence to map out your own musical career path.

4:30 pm | Return to 92Y for gym, shower, chug (elective) time

6:30 pm | Dinner

7:30 pm | Evening Programming

Check out smash hits on Broadway, walk the Brooklyn Bridge, catch a Mets game, practice an a capella song or take a tour of Manhattan under the stars. Every evening is a new doorway to something richly, uniquely NYC.

* Activities, times and partners subject to change.

To learn more, please contact us at 212.415.5641 or by email.