The most flexible camp in Atlanta!

Location: 1015 Edgewood Ave NE, INman Park

Ages: 3 to 6

dates: weekdays from may 26 through july 31

Time: 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Tuition: $36 to $60 per half day depending on total passes purchased

why kids love it: Musical instruments, dance, creative play, singing, games, crafts, and more

why parents love it: purchase passes and use them whenever you want


Launched in 2010, our Preschool Music Camp for preschoolers quickly became a big hit. Parents were thrilled that they didn't have to plan their summer months in advance; instead, they could buy a few camp passes and then design their own schedule only a few days (or even hours!) before dropping their child off for a morning of fun and learning. 

Now it's even more convenient, because the passes you purchase can also be used for our Daily Music Camp, meaning that your older children can enjoy the same flexible schedule. 

We aim to individualize our program so that we can meet the wishes of the participants. If there is a particular instrument your child is fascinated by, tell us and we will try to incorporate that into your child's camp program.

Feel free to purchase passes now and enroll later, or enroll now! We are looking forward to creating a great musical experience with your child.

Feel free to call us at 404-537-1382 if you have questions or prefer not to sign up online.

Flexible and Fun

Each day of Daily Music Camp begins with a sing-along bringing together all of the camp and workshop participants as well as the camp leaders. The sing-along features children's favorites like "Down By the Bay" along with kid-friendly pop hits such as "I Feel Good" by James Brown. We even have original music created by our own teachers - these are enjoyed year after year.

After the sing-along, children enjoy a teacher-led activity relating to the day's theme. Sometimes children are learning about music, and sometimes they are learning about the world through music. In this way, we are able to engage children's natural curiosity and connect their musical experiences to their daily lives. 

The children enjoy a snack at mid-morning, followed by another theme-related activity such as a craft, a movement activity, or a game. Throughout the day, children will get the chance to play musical instruments, including at least one "grown-up" instrument. 

Lunch comes at noon, followed by another theme-related activity. The day closes with another gathering. This time, in addition to singing songs together, our youngest campers will enjoy impromptu performances by the workshop participants as they share the work they did that day. Seeing the older children perform is very inspiring to the children in Daily Music Camp!