FCCC Music Camp is an immersive experience for children who want to pursue a passion for choral singing! This one-week camp will promote personal growth as a singer, performance skills, and healthy vocal technique development. Together we will celebrate the joy of music-making through rehearsals, creative movement, singing games, and folk dances from around the world with FCCC conductors. The week will conclude with a concert performance for families and friends! Space limited!
TO REGISTER FOR THE FCCC MUSIC CAMP
Please email: Manager@SingFCCC.org
through 6th grade
Week of June 26, 2023
Monday to Friday, 9 am to 1 pm
$375 (for new members)
$350 (for current FCCC members)
Meet Our Camp Co-Directors
Jacqueline Sugrue-Tait is an elementary music teacher in the Fairfield Public Schools. Mrs. Sugrue-Tait received her Master of Music Education degree from Columbia University’s Teachers College and holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in Music Education, with an emphasis in piano and voice, from The Hartt School. Mrs. Sugrue-Tait is fully certified in the Feierabend Approach, and has completed all three levels of The Kodály Certification. She holds the Smithsonian Folkways Certification in World Music Pedagogy and Culturally Responsive Teaching, and has conducted and presented various sessions at music conferences on the state, regional, and national levels. Her love for choral singing began when she first became a member of FCCC in fourth grade, and she now performs with the Connecticut Choral Artists! She is grateful to be conducting the wonderful young singers of the FCCC for her seventh season!
Ashley Zadravecz is an elementary general music teacher and choral director with the Fairfield Public School system. She graduated from Western Connecticut State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Music Education, emphasizing in voice. Ms. Zadravecz earned her Master in Education degree concentrating in choral conducting at the University of Hartford’s Hartt School of Music, and holds Levels 1, 2, and 3 Kodály Certifications. Having begun choral singing at a very early age– including five years with the FCCC – Ashley continues her love of music as a soprano in CT Chamber Choir, Voce, and is also an Alto Section Leader and Cantor with the Church of St. Peter choir in Danbury, CT. She has sung around the world, including England, Ireland, New Orleans, Pennsylvania, and Canada, and she has performed at various celebrated venues, including Carnegie Hall.