Camp Violon Trad Quebec 2020 is from July 19-24
Camp takes place at Plein Air Lanaudia, Saint-Côme, Quebec.
Registration opens February 1st and ends June 1st. Places are limited, so don’t wait to book your musical holiday, an experience that you’ll never forget.
Rates include tuition, healthy meals, lodging, musical classes (musician only) various activities and entertainment every day during the stay and a $75 non-refundable registration fee.
|Registration and full payment until April 30
||Registration and full payment after 30 April
Reservation in the Espace-Temps (contemporary bedroom and suite) : $80
Bedding service available for $15 and Wi-Fi for $30 per stay and $10/day per person available after arrival at Plein Air Lanaudia.
Shuttle available for people traveling by plane only for transportation from Montreal to camp: Reserve your seat in the shuttle that will be at Berri UQAM metro station at 2:30 pm on sunday at 1400 Berri Street in Montreal, H2L 4E3. ($30/person to be given to the driver).
Cancellation until June 1st: $75 deduction.
Cancellation after June 1st: $125 deduction.
Once the camp begins: no reimbursement except for deaths in the immediate family (brother, sister, parents, grandparents) or a major medical reason (deduction of $125 in both scenarios).
It is mandatory that any child under the age of 14 be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the camp week. If the accompanying adult is a musician and also wishes to participate in the music classes, the adult must register as a musician. An adult not wishing to participate at musical classes can do so by registering as an accompanying adult (please refer to rates above). An adult accompanying more than one child pays only once. Accompanist not registered as musicians are not eligible to attend musical classes, but can participate in the programming of evening activities, master classes and outdoor activities. We ask parents of musicians under the age of 18 to pay close attention to the rules and regulations. Please remember that all persons attending the camp will be held responsible for their actions and personal belongings.
Onsite medical emergency assistance will be available at camp. In the prevention of medical emergencies, each participant must pay particular attention to his medication or prescriptions if necessary (EpiPen, asthma pump, etc.).