The Residential Summer String Camp is over for 2015. The final concert featured music by Václav Nelhýbel, Stephen Chin, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Paul Hindemith and others.
This camp also had more electives than any previous camp, the 25th anniversary dinner on Wednesday, a kidnapped frog and just a little rain.
We will add photographs and recordings from the camp to the Galleries by the end of February 2015.
The 26th Residential Summer String Camp is already scheduled to run from 17th January 2016 (Sunday) to 23rd January 2016 (Saturday).
If you have applied and are reading this before the camp, we expect to see you at Camp Clayton between 4:00pm and 5:30pm today, as described on page 4 of the Information Sheets.
If you are a parent or friend attending either concert, we will see you on Friday, 23rd January 2015 (Chamber Music Concert) or Saturday, 24th January 2015 (Orchestra Concert). Additional details are on page 6 of the Information Sheets.
During the camp, the only contact who will definitely get your messages is Virginia de Groot (firstname.lastname@example.org, 0408 599 055). Please use e-mail or SMS except in emergencies.
With the 25th Residential Summer String Camp beginning on Sunday, 18th January 2015, it is a good time for campers and parents to take another look at the Information Sheets, found at the link below.
RSSC 2015 Information Sheets (PDF)
While all of the Information Sheets are relevant, please be particularly sure that:
- You have everything under “What to bring” (page 2).
- You know how to get there (page 3).
- Any guests you will bring to the concerts know the time and place for those (page 6).
Please also review the Code of Conduct you agreed to follow when you signed the application form:
RSSC 2015 Application Form (Child) (PDF)
RSSC 2015 Application Form (Adult) (PDF)
The Code of Conduct begins on page 6 of the child form and page 5 of the adult form, but is the same for all campers.
Before packing for the camp, also take a moment to read the Code of Conduct section titled “Annoying or Dangerous Items”.