Kutandara Summer Camp Session 2: July 22-26, 2024
Are you looking for something unique for your child to do this summer? Our highly interactive camp program is staffed by experienced coaches and counselors, giving your child the opportunity to dive into music and dance from Zimbabwe and beyond! Kids are placed in peer groups to ensure age-appropriate lessons, and everyone has the opportunity to participate in an end-of-camp show at Steinbaugh Pavilion as part of a Kutandara performance at the Louisville Farmers Market.
Session 2 campers will perform during our 9:15-10:45 am timeslot at Steinbaugh in Lousiville. Please arrive at the venue no later than 9 am.
Monday-Friday | 9 am-12 pm
Ages 6-8 and 9-12
Final performance Saturday, July 27, 9:15-10:45 am @ Steinbaugh Pavilion in Louisville
Kutandara’s Summer Camp is a unique cross-cultural program that gives children an in-depth opportunity to explore music, dance, and art from southern Africa in a day camp setting. Kids play by ear and build their musical confidence on all levels! If your kids are already doing music, this is the perfect match. If your kids haven’t yet had success with conventional music – you’ll love this! No prior musical experience is necessary.
· Zimbabwean Marimba + Mbira
· Zimbabwean Songs + Games
· African Drumming + Dance
· African Arts + Crafts
Amy Stewart McIntosh, camp director, has been teaching summer camps at Kutandara since 1999. Our 2024 staff includes guest Zimbabwean teacher Blessing Chimanga, Kutandara Artistic Director Randy McIntosh, and vetted counselors from our teen performance program.