Opera Theatre of Saint Louis Summer Camps

Explore the summer camp offerings from Opera Theatre of Saint Louis! Choose from Opera Explorers and Sing Out!

Opera Explorers: Send your child on a week-long creative adventure with Opera Theatre of Saint Louis! During this summer camp, kids become writers, composers, designers, directors, and stars of their own production! Opera Theatre staff and leading music educators will guide campers on their journey, which concludes with a premiere of their original show for family and friends. Opera Explorers welcomes students entering grades 4-7. Virtual and in-person options available.

  • Week 1: June 13 - 17 at Flynn Park Elementary
  • Week 2: June 20-24 on Zoom

Sing Out: Join Tony-nominated Broadway performer Lara Teeter and area university voice teachers in discovering your voice at Opera Theatre's Sing Out Vocal Camp! Through daily private lessons, master classes with Opera Theatre's celebrated music staff and visiting artists, conversations with singers from the Gerdine Young Artists Program, and workshops in acting, auditioning, diction, and movement, students will experience what it is like to be a professional performer. The week culminates in a recital and theater scene performance for friends and family. Sing Out welcomes students entering grades 9-12.

  • June 6 - 10th at 560 Music Center, Washington University

Camp dates, times, locations and prices vary. Visit ExperienceOpera.org/SummerCamps for more details.

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