Amy Winehouse Summer Jazz Camp


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Age: 10-18
Type: Summer Camp
Format: In-Person
Term: Summer
Time: Monday – Friday, 9am to 3pm


  • July 5 – 8 (Tuesday – Friday)
  • July 11 – 15 (Monday – Friday)
Duration: 1 Week or 2 Week Options


  • 1-Week: $750
  • 2 Weeks: $1500
Instructor: TBA
Prerequisite: 2 Years Experience on Instrument + Application Required


Make your musical skills shine with the Amy Winehouse Summer Jazz Camp. Improvisation and creativity form the core of this camp where students learn jazz standards, blues, classics from the great American songbook and more in a wide range of styles such as swing, funk, bebop and Afro-Cuban. Students develop and perform their own compositions and gain a basic understanding of jazz theory. Older students learn advanced jazz repertoire and theory, and are encouraged to compose, arrange and rehearse their own music in class. How to be articulate, engaging and thoughtful band-leaders and side musicians are also taught.

This camp is for students of all levels who have a minimum of one year’s experience on their instrument. No prior experience in jazz is necessary—only a willingness to be creative, have fun and work as a team. This camp is designed to be a warm, welcoming space with expert faculty who perform internationally as jazz artists and educators.

Thanks to our generous donor, The Amy Winehouse Foundation, this program is open to all students and need-based scholarships are available.

Sample Schedule

9:00 – 10:00 – Masterclass Warmup
10:00 – 11:00 – Combo Rehearsals
11:00 – 11:30 – Lunch
11:30 – 12:00 – Performance
12:00 – 2:00 – Combo Rehearsals
2:00 – 3:00 – Performance Forum

Registration Info

To sign up, call the registration desk at 718-622-3300.

COVID Policies for Camps

Our camps this summer will be in person, with small pods of students. Each pod will remain together for the duration of the camp and within each pod, maximum of 12, students will continue to socially distant, stagger start times and follow all safety protocols as outlined by the current BKCM COVID safety guidelines.