Westrick Music Academy provides opportunities to grow in a supportive, inclusive, and joyous environment through the experience of musical excellence.
Music Education Programs
In addition to the Girlchoir and Boychoir, WMA offers several programs exploring new and engaging ways to build and strengthen musicianship skills. Each is devoted to providing singers with practical tools they can use in rehearsals and in future musical endeavors.
All of our programs through December 2020 will be conducted virtually. Click on a program title below to learn more!
This one-week choir camp features choir rehearsals and performance with some of the country’s leading children’s choir directors, workshops in musical theater, classes in drumming and ukulele, and more, all in the joyful spirit of summer.
Virtual Poco Voce for 1st & 2nd graders
This non-performing music class explores the young singer’s voice. During each lesson, children in grades 1-2 focus on tone development and fundamental musical skills through fun and engaging games and activities.
From group piano to vocal improv, this program truly offers something for everyone from the beginner to the advanced musician. Our expert teachers create a fun, engaging environment that facilitates learning and encourages musical growth.
Taught by nationally recognized educator Fred Meads and his staff, tailored to fit the needs of students in 6th through 12th grade with any level of experience.
Continue your musical growth with one of our classes structured specifically for the adult learner.
Specially designed to meet the needs of middle and high school singers, these 1-day workshops cover topics like audition preparation and language diction.
Support Westrick Music Academy
Your donation in any amount supports our critical tuition assistance program, helps keep our tuition affordable, and allows us to expand outreach programs.
We love hearing from our Princeton Girlchoir and Princeton Boychoir alums! Visit our Performances page to find out when we’re next performing, and join us on stage when alums are invited to sing. Or just swing by a rehearsal, say hello, and let our directors and the new group of choristers hear what you’ve been up to since graduating.
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