The Wildwood Academy of Music and the Arts (WAMA) is a summer music festival and arts camp designed for students ages 6–18 who are interested in studying music.

The academy’s mission is to provide music and arts education of the highest quality to students of all ages and backgrounds. Supported in a creative and musically nurturing environment, WAMA students learn and perform alongside professional faculty and guest artists from across the country.

We invite your students to explore and develop their musical abilities with us through beginner, intermediate, and advanced music sessions!

WAMA Dance! June 15-19

For our summer 2020 sessions, we are pleased to announce that we are introducing an entirely new session: WAMA Dance!

For students in 6th grade and up, this new session focuses on Broadway and Theater Dance. Led by Resident Choreographer and past WAMA Instructor, Moriah Patterson, the WAMA Dance session is accessible for beginner and intermediate students, providing strong instruction in fundamentals, while honing and challenging the skills of more advanced dancers.

Classes begin at 9:00 a.m. and continue until 12:00 p.m. Registration is $25 and tuition is $150. Tuition is fully refundable if summer camps are deemed closed by our state health officials.

Advanced & Intermediate Strings June 29-July 3

Intermediate:
Students aged 8 to 18, with 2-3 years of previous instruction in their instrument.

Advanced: SOLD OUT
Students ages 12 -18, with a minimum of 4 years instruction in their instrument.

Classes begin at 1:00 p.m. and continue until 4:00 p.m. Registration is $25 and tuition is $150. Tuition is fully refundable if summer camps are deemed closed by our state health officials.

WAMA Beginner Musicians July 6-10

The WAMA Session for Beginning Musicians is designed for students between the ages of 6 and 13 who have little or no prior music experience.

Students in this program will explore the magic of music in a creative, playful environment that can inspire a lifelong love of artistic expression.