Auburn University Outreach offering two new music summer camps

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Auburn University Outreach is offering two new camps for Alabama youth this summer with a focus on music production and vocal performance. They are offered by University Outreach's Center for Educational Outreach and Engagement, in partnership with the Youth Programs division in the Office of Professional and Continuing Education.

Perfect Pitch Too camp, July 17-22, offers promising teen singers both group and individual lessons on pitch, tone, musicianship and performance skills. Tiger Beats music production camp, June 12-17, gives aspiring producers, beat makers, songwriters and musicians the basic tools they need to make their own music in hip-hop, electronic, gospel, pop, indie rock and experimental music genres.

Limited space is still available for both the Perfect Pitch Too and the Tiger Beats music production camps.

Both camps offer exciting activities led by international performing artists and professional musicians. Perfect Pitch Too features vocal instruction led by international performing artist and professor Previn Moore of the Vienna Conservatory Private University, Vienna, Austria. Students will learn how to develop their personal vocal skills while gaining confidence in their ability to perform. Perfect Pitch Too will culminate with a performance before an audience at the end of the week. Led by professional musicians and producers, Tiger Beats camp helps students learn the technology behind audio recording and production using the latest and best software in a dedicated "tech music studio" on the Auburn University campus.

Registration information is available by calling the Auburn University Professional and Continuing Education Summer Camp office at 334-844-5100.

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