Summer Camps

Teton Music School is ready to make some music this summer. This year, we are offering three unique music camps led by our talented TMS music teachers. We hope you can join us! If you are looking for even more music this summer, we offer private lessons during the summer too.


All summer camps are $410 for a five day camp. Teton Music School provides financial assistance to qualified families, in partnership with Boundless and One22.


While we work on our online payment system, our registration process will be the same as our individual lessons: select the camp that you would like to attend and complete the Summer Camp Registration Request Form. You will receive an emailed invoice. Please Note: your spot can not be held unless payment is received.

The well-being of our students and teachers is our top priority. We are closely following guidance from public health officials regarding the COVID-19 crisis. If Teton Music School must cancel summer camp due to the COVID-19 crisis, or for any other reason, we will promptly issue a full refund. Please view our summer camp policies and feel free to reach out with questions at or at 307.201.1908.

Rock Band
High School and Middle School

Get ready to rock with Taylor Upton in this exciting camp designed for high school (session 1) and middle school (session 2) students who have prior experience on band instruments like drums, percussion, bass guitar, rhythm/lead guitar, keyboards, woodwinds, brass, and vocals. Students will set up our school’s new state of the art PA system, and select and learn new music together. With morning and afternoon jam sessions, students will utilize the diverse Center Campus for lunch and group activities during free time. This camp concludes with a live performance.

Session 1:  June 22-26 (High School)

Session 2: July 6-10 (Middle School)

Time:  9:30am-3:30pm

Teacher:  Taylor Upton

Cost:  $410

Requirements:  Prior music experience required. Instruments are available but participants may bring their own instruments, if desired. Students should bring a lunch, water bottle, extra layer, and sunscreen for outside breaks.

Music Production & Digital Recording
Ages 12-18

Music Production and Digital Recording provides an introduction to the modern world of music-making. Drawing on years of experience, Joe Rudd delves into the modern-day world of music production. Utilizing microphones, keyboards, pads, and computers, students will record drums, rhythms, bass, and melodies – all of the components of an actual band performance.  Students will discover the rewards of mixing their own tracks together to create a one-of-a-kind musical masterpiece. Lunch and breaks will take advantage of the amazing Center Campus. This camp culminates in a showcase of the student’s compositions.

Dates: Session 1 - July 13-17;  Session 2 - August 9-14

Time: 9am-3pm

Teacher: Joe Rudd

Cost: $410

Requirements: Prior music experience preferred. Students should bring a lunch, water bottle, extra layer, and sunscreen for outside breaks.

Vocal Performance
Ages 11-18

Vocal Performance Camp is for singers who are ready to take their talents to the next level. Professional vocalist Lynnette Turner Parry will help students pick music to perform from popular hits, Broadway shows, and movies.  Live musicians will provide support and accompaniment during the morning and afternoon sessions and students will enjoy the larger Center Campus for lunch and group activities.  This camp will focus on both part-singing in groups as well as solo skills and will culminate in a performance at the end of the week.

Dates:  August 3-7

Time:  9am-3pm

Teacher:  Lynnette Turner Parry

Cost:  $410

Requirements:   Students should bring a lunch, water bottle, extra layer, and sunscreen for outside breaks.

Summer Camp Registration Request Form


Primary Adult Contact

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Summer Camp

Teton Music School Summer Camp Policies


In the event that a student must cancel camp after their invoice has been paid, Teton Music School will offer a refund, less a $50 cancellation fee. Refunds will not be available if you cancel within two weeks of the start of camp. If TMS cancels camp for any reason, a full refund will be issued promptly. 

Code of Conduct
A positive attitude and responsible behavior are essential for the success of our students and TMS’s musical community.  Students and parents must demonstrate a respectful attitude towards teachers and come to class prepared to learn. Proper classroom demeanor, including the responsible handling of TMS instruments, is expected at all times. In the waiting room, please use quiet voices so as not to disturb lessons in nearby teaching spaces. Intentional destruction of the waiting room, classroom spaces, or TMS equipment will not be tolerated and will result in immediate expulsion from TMS programs.
Non-Discrimination Policy
Teton Music School admits students of any gender, race, color, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, and national and ethnic origin and provides all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, disability status, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its policies, scholarship program, and other school-administered programs.

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Submitting a Registration Request Form automatically subscribes the Primary Adult Contact to receive periodic news and information emails about upcoming private music lesson opportunities, TMS scholarship programs, and special events. You can unsubscribe at any time.