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Sunday, July 14, 2024

Summer camp is set for 6th to 8th graders who love to sing


In late June, Alex Amato accompanied Preston Pratali, Meaghan Inglis and Allison Baugh on the piano to entertain audiences at the Naperville Woman’s Club Fine Art and Artisans Fair at Naper Settlement.

Next up, Amato has organized Amatones Choir Camp for youngsters who love to sing.

The inaugural Amatones Choir Camp, a two-week summer camp for 6th to 8th graders, will be held from July 29 to August 9 at Grace Pointe Church in Naperville. Middle school students will have the opportunity to enhance their vocal skills and connect with fellow singers.

Registration is now in progress. Completed registration is requested by July 22, 2024, or sooner.

Directed by Amato, a dedicated student musician with a decade of vocal training, this camp promises a fun and enriching experience.

Need to miss a few days? “No problem!” Amato notes, adding that the camp offers a flexible schedule to accommodate planned absences.

Amatones Choir Camp will be held from 9AM to 10:30AM Monday through Friday, July 29 through Aug. 9, 2024.

At the conclusion of Amatones Choir Camp at 5:30PM Fri., Aug. 9, an informal performance will be presented for families and supporters.

Both the rehearsals and the performance will take place at Grace Pointe Church in Naperville, located at ​​1320 East Chicago Avenue.

“As someone who has dreamt of being a choir director ever since I got involved with choir, I am thrilled to offer this camp to junior high singers,” said Amato. “My passion for music and commitment to music education drives me to create a space where middle school students can improve their voices and build connections.”

Questions? Email amatoneschoir@gmail.com or call (331) 219-8098. For more information and to register ($30), visit this link.

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