The St. Hart Culture, School of Education and Human Development at New York University offers intensive courses in classical speech and piano summer courses for high school students. The Vocal Performance Program provides a three-week seminar for 16-year-old high school students to discuss the preparation, presentation, presentation and techniques of classical singing. It includes group and personal instruction on vocabulary and repertoire, vocal skills and stage action. The two-week piano-intensive course prepares high school students for entertaining music and performance careers, through one-on-one mentoring with master classes of artist teachers and guest artists, as well as city workshops and cultural events. Both projects offer accommodation options. The Blue Lakes Art Camp in Shuanghu, Michigan offers several courses for high school students to promote their education in specific music fields. Blue Lake campers choose to focus on one of several options, including bands, choirs, harp, jazz, music creation, orchestra and piano. Students are grouped according to their proficiency and spend hours on segmentation and ensemble rehearsals and technical courses. Campers can also choose a minor to learn about traditional camp activities such as crafts, hiking and team sports, as well as several narrow art fields such as music theory, performances and opera presentations. Each summer camp will run for ten days.