Sounds Good

Sounds Good

Monday, 20 July 2020, 9.00am

Sounds Good! Music Camp is a fun, open environment for children to explore music. Every child loves music, and we believe that every child has the potential to sing and to express themselves musically.

No previous experience is required! All we ask for is enthusiasm and a willingness to learn.​

At Sounds Good! Music Camp, we play musical games, try out different instruments, learn fun new songs, and encourage children to take an active interest in music and singing.

During the camp, the children will learn how to sing in harmony, and how to understand the fundamentals of musical notation. This is taught through group activities and musical games.​ Everything we do has an educational goal, which is fulfilled through fun activities. Music, after all, is something you play. The camp ends with a concert in which the children can show off what they’ve learned to friends and family.

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♫ Learn from our fantastic team!
♫ Try out different instruments!
♫ Start your own band!
♫ Write your own songs!
♫ Use your whole body as an instrument!
♫ Play lots of musical games!
♫ Learn how to improve your voice!
♫ Overcome stage fright!


20 - 24 July and 27 - 31 July 2020

Venue: Irish Institute of Music and Song, Church Street, Balbriggan
Times: 9am - 2.30pm each day
Age: 7 - 12 years
Fee: €99 per child or €180 for 2 siblings


10 - 14 August

Venue: Malahide Rugby Club, Seabury
Times: 9am - 2.30pm each day
Age: 7 - 12 years
Fee: €99 per child or €180 for 2 siblings

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