Program Details, Policies & Expectations
Scholarships are available for qualifying families. To apply, families seeking to apply for financial assistance may fill out this scholarship form. Students that are interested in scholarship opportunities are encouraged to apply early, so we can get an accurate picture of how much fundraising we need to do to meet all student's needs. Scholarship applicants will are processed as they are received, and can expect to receive response within a few days. Upon notification of an award, submission of a complete registration form and $100 tuition deposit are required to reserve a spot in the program and confirm acceptance of the scholarship The maximum scholarship award granted is a full ride, less the $100 deposit.
SROSI caters to students of band, orchestra & choir, including:
• Woodwinds (flutes, oboes, clarinets, saxophones, & bassoons)
• Brass (trumpets, french horns, trombones, baritones/euphoniums, tubas)
• Strings (violins, violas, cellos, double basses)
• Orchestral mallets and auxiliary percussion
• choir students of all voice types
At this time we are not accepting performers whose primary instruments are guitar, electric bass, drum set or piano/keyboard. Some opportunities for these instruments may be presented for those that play them as a secondary instrument.
SROSI is a safe and inclusive place for LGBTQ+ and all youth!
While SROSI takes great care to make sure the songs we perform are age appropriate and not explicitly obscene, rock’n’roll is our medium, a genre built on themes of rebellion, provocation and bad behavior. With that in mind, some of the repertoire may contain brief adult language or adult themes, when those songs otherwise offer significant musical value. That said, everything we perform has been on the radio at some point, approved at some level for public consumption.
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While Summer Intensive strives to foster a fun, non-competitive environment, we do conduct seating auditions on the first day of camp to get a baseline for where each student is at. Whatever level each student is at is perfectly okay! We just want to get an idea of which skills to work on throughout the week.
Auditions are very informal and short (no more than two minutes each). Refer to the audition materials page for the specific material you'll need to prepare in advance of your first day of camp.