Join us at Piano Camp for a week of fun, laughter, and music!

Put a Smile on Your Child’s Face

Does your child dream of playing the piano? Buttonwood Music School’s Piano Camp is the perfect place to start! Your child will love our Olympics themed Piano Camp that focuses on healthy piano technique, expression, music theory, and more! Limited to only 12 students, each lesson is tailored to your child’s unique needs and interests. Discover the difference with our Piano Camp for children ages 8-13.

At Piano Camp, your child will enjoy:

  • A personalized and fun learning environment with our friendly faculty
  • Transformative piano lessons that focus on expression and technique
  • Olympic-themed general music lessons that explore the emotional impact of music
  • A final-day performance celebrating their accomplishments

Piano Camp Dates and Schedule:

Monday, July 8th – Friday, July 12th, 2024

New Presbyterian Church
512 NE 26th ST, Wilton Manors, FL 33305

9:00am – 9:45amGeneral Music Lesson
9:45am – 10:45amGroup Piano Lesson and Music Theory Lesson
10:45am – 11:15amGames
11:15am – 11:35amSnack Break
11:35am – 12:30pmChoir

Camp Director

Soprano, pianist, and educator, Melissa Redway has been teaching music for over 15 years. She has taught elementary to college aged students how to sing and play the piano. She has enjoyed helping her students become more confident and reach their goals by creating music lessons that are relevant and engaging to their world.

Melissa studied K-12 Music Education at Westminster Choir College where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a concentration in piano, voice, and music theory. She also has a Certificate in Voice Pedagogy from the Westminster Voice Pedagogy Institute and is a science based voice teacher. While at Westminster, Melissa studied piano with Ingrid Clarfield, Voice with Tory Browers, and music theory with Stefan Young. She has previously served as President of the New Jersey Music Teachers Association Collegiate Chapter and is currently an active member of the Broward County Music Teachers Association.

Melissa is a well sought after pianist in South Florida. She has always received superiors for competitions and has repeatedly won 2nd place in the annual Westminster Choir College Piano Competition. She has received a diploma for her playing from the American College of Music and was a member of the National Fraternity of Student Musicians. She has been a piano soloist at many venues in Florida, and has also toured the East Coast of the United States and Jamaica.

As a soprano, Melissa always receives commendation for her youthful sweet sound. In South Florida, she has sung solos at New Presbyterian Church, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Lauderdale by the Sea Tree Lighting, and other events. Outside of South Florida, she has sung recitals in Los Angeles, California and Nice, France. As a member of Westminster Chapel Choir, She sang Mozart’s Requiem with the Juilliard Orchestra at Lincoln Center. She has also performed at Lincoln Center with Westminster Schola Cantorum. As a member of Westminster Symphonic Choir, she has sung Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortilèges with Metropolitan Opera soloists at the Kimmel Center. She has also sung in the chorus for Massanet’s Cendrillon with Westminster Opera Theatre.

Melissa’s versatile skills as a soprano and pianist have lead her to conduct choirs at youth centers, schools, and churches. She has conducted K-5th grade choirs at the Neighborhood Children’s Chorus in Princeton, NJ and high school and adult choirs at New Presbyterian Church in Wilton Manors, FL. She has also taught middle school and high school choirs at Westminster Academy in Fort Lauderdale, FL where her students have participated in All State Choirs and have sung at Carnegie Hall in New York City, NY.

Assistant Camp Director

Educator and vocalist, Victoria Stanley currently teaches music in Boynton Beach, FL. Her devotion to educating students of all ages and levels has flourished even more since her graduation from Westminster Choir College where she graduated with her bachelors in Music Education. Prior to her recent move to Florida, Victoria worked in Baltimore and Havre de Grace, Maryland as a concertist, music teacher, and dance instructor.

Victoria loves working with students from diverse cultural backgrounds, and is committed to providing a nurturing learning environment for her students to help them achieve their musical potential and goals. With experience in leadership positions working with youth under her belt, she understands the critical role mentorship plays in our development as people. When a young person spends time at camp they learn how to form new relationships, build community, develop passions, and explore new interests. Being a part of these experiences have been deeply rewarding, and she’s excited to share that enthusiasm with those at Buttonwood Music School.

Registration is due by June 30th, 2024

Registration Fee: $100
Piano Camp Tuition: $425
Includes all materials, t-shirt, and daily snack

Only 12 spots available, hope to see you there!

Questions? Let’s get in touch! 
Call: 954 849 6577

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