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NEW! Summer Sounds at Far Brook

Register below for our summer instrumental music program. 

Add your instrument to our summer orchestral ensemble! During this week-long program, string, wind, brass, and percussion players will rehearse in both small and large groups and strengthen their individual and ensemble playing skills. Players will also learn fundamentals of music composition and will collaborate and perform an original composition. Each day, there will also be time to create art and enjoy outdoor exploration and play.

Details:

  • June 24-28
  • Open to students entering Grades 3-9 in the fall with the following experience:
    • strings - at least 2 years of study
    • brass/woodwind/percussion - at least 1 year of study
  • Limited spaces available. Registration is open to the public.
  • Monday-Friday: 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
  • $500 for the week
  • Questions? E-mail: Milan Milinkovic, Music Camp Coordinator at mmilinkovic@farbrook.org or call 973-379-3442
  • Family and friends are invited to attend a special concert at 2:00 pm on Friday.
  • Please print and complete these forms which are required for every student:
  • Cancellation policy: Cancellations and refund requests must be received by email and confirmed by the Summer Sounds Music Program Coordinator no less than 14 days in advance of the class start date in order to receive a refund or class credit. Cancellations made less than 14 days in advance of the class start date are not eligible for refunds or class credit.

Please fill out a separate form for each child and click "CONTINUE" to proceed to payment options. Far Brook families may elect to be billed through their TADS account.

Thank you for your interest in our program, but we require at least 1 year of study for brass/woodwind/percussion instruments or 2 years for strings. Please consider us next summer!

Music Experience




Milan Milinkovic, Faculty and Program Coordinator

Milan directs Far Brook's Orchestra and teaches music theory and violin here. He has performed in the US and internationally and is an active professional solo, chamber, and orchestral violinist in the New York metropolitan area. Milan is also the string coordinator with the New Jersey Youth Symphony and maintains private teaching studios in New Providence and Summit.
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