Summer Camp director Jason Moody

Summer Camp director Jason Moody


June 24-27, 2019

Festival at Sandpoint Summer Youth Music Camp

Camp music director, Dr. Jason Moody and an amazing faculty of professional musicians will lead four fun-filled days of music instruction in Sandpoint, Idaho! Classes include symphony orchestra, choir, chamber music, jazz band, classical guitar, ukulele, flute ensemble, master classes and more. This camp is designed for musicians of all abilities (ages 8-18) and will be held at Sandpoint High School. There will be an All-Star Faculty Concert at the historic Panida Theater to help inspire students for their own concert at the Panida on the last night of camp!



5th Grade Outreach

A community-based educational program with school performances throughout Bonner and Boundary County and free tickets for over 800 kids and their families to attend either the Festival’s Family or Grand Finale symphonic concerts.  This program is designed to inspire students before they have the opportunity to play in their 6th grade bands.

5th Grade

String Programs

For more information or questions

Email sandpointfiddle@gmail.com or
Call Karen at 208.597.6717

String Programs

Festival Youth Orchestra:

A string ensemble for intermediate to advanced players who can read music. Musical selections include classical, pop, folk and thematic works arranged for string ensembles.  Open to all ages.  Meets Monday & Wednesday mornings, 6:30-7:30 a.m. at Sandpoint Middle School in the music room.  

Beginning Strings Ensemble:  

For string players who know how to play their instrument but have never been in an ensemble with multiple, different parts.   Focus will be on rhythm and reading in an ensemble.  Develop confidence and musical skills at a moderate pace. A great class for younger players and those who haven’t played for a few years! Meets Monday, 5-6 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.  Open to all ages.

Quartet Club:

Put your reading skills to the test, try new music and meet other string musicians.  Meets 1x/month at the Festival office.  No performances, just a fun musical happening.  Quartet club will provide music in classical, pop and folk genres.  Bring an instrument and play some music! 

String Trio/Quartet:  

for string players interested in playing chamber music on a regular basis.