Symphony Orchestra

"As a parent of a young cellist, it was very gratifying to hear him praise your program. [Your program] offered each student great personal attention and intense training in an environment conducive to hard work. Being exposed to true professionals and talented peers, along with the chance to play larger and more challenging works, helped the young musicians progress exponentially. "Ang Lee, parent of summer student

Creative Arts Symphony Summer Program

July 15-July 29

One 2-week session offered • Day and boarding options, ages 12-18

Symphony Orchestra is comprised of teachers, counselors and students who rehearse a professional-level repertoire daily. Qualified players rotate in their sectionals according to the repertoire’s orchestration and degree of difficulty.

Students can practice and improve instruments such as the violin, cello, piano, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, percussion, and more!

Chamber music is a daily staple as each student is assigned to a chamber ensemble.

Students work closely with an international faculty, gaining exposure to their individual vision and style while performing major works of the repertoire. Rarely do young performers have continuous exposure to such significant works and the opportunity to perform them so well.

Each week will feature a renowned guest conductor and concert on Saturday evening.


Day students: $950 per 2-week session

Boarding students: $2400 per 2-week session

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Program Details

Program Details

• Areas of study including dance, theater, vocal performance, symphony orchestra, visual arts, and junior arts

• Experienced, talented faculty, guest artists and conductors, with multiple opportunities to perform with them in small and large ensembles

• Individualized attention in a warm and nurturing environment

• New Kirby Center for Creative Arts featuring a 600-seat theater with professional lighting, acoustics and technology

• Professional-level dance studio, practice rooms and classrooms

• Beautiful, college-like campus and a welcoming community

• Programs open to both day (ages 10-18) and boarding students (ages 12-18), both U.S. and international

• Junior arts day program (ages 7-12) featuring a sample of several art disciplines and a collaborative performance at session’s end

Contact Us

Phone: (570) 270-2161

Fax: (570) 270-2198

Wyoming Seminary
Summer at Sem
201 North Sprague Avenue
Kingston, PA 18704-3593 U.S.A.


Gayle Sekel
Director of Summer Programs
(570) 270-2167
gsekel@wyomingseminary.org

Iliana Such
Summer Admission Assistant and Travel Coordinator
(570) 270-2161
isuch@wyomingseminary.org


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How to Apply

For day students ages 10-18 and boarding students ages 12-18


This section will help you navigate the application process. Once you have been accepted, you will also find information here about how to complete your enrollment.

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ADDITIONAL APPLICATION DOCUMENTS

In addition to your application, supporting documentation is required. Please submit the additional forms below in order to complete your application.

Click here for Classroom teacher recommendation

Music, theater or dance teacher recommendation

• Auditions are required for the following programs: Symphony, Voice, Dance and Theater. Click here for audition information.

You may mail supplementary forms to:
Wyoming Seminary
Summer at Sem
201 N. Sprague Avenue
Kingston, PA 18704 U.S.A.

ENROLLMENT FORMS

After acceptance, enrollment forms must be submitted in a timely manner. You must log in to our secure portal to complete the electronic forms. A username and password will be emailed to you and then you may begin the process. Once you have your login credentials, go to MySem.

BOARDER INFORMATION

After enrollment, boarders will need to indicate their travel plans for arriving and departing campus. After completing the travel registration form please browse the boarder handbook.

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