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Hundreds of Tustin’s talented youth are preparing to study and perform with The Young Americans this summer during their 2013 Summer Camp Tours. Offering eight separate intensive camps this year, the group is calling this summer tour their biggest and best ever! Each camp will culminate with a two hour show for the community full of color, costume, talent and passion as well as several new musical numbers that have been arranged to showcase the talents of local young people.
“We are thrilled to offer students a way to go above and beyond the normal workshop experience with these summer camps. The Young Americans have a special way of creating a safe and supportive environment that allows young people to strengthen their performance skills and grow in confidence,” Says Adam Brown Director of The Young Americans Summer Camps. “And with a cast of over 30 Young Americans, from all over the world, there is sure to be someone each of the kids can connect with.”
Founded over 50 years ago in Hollywood, California and known as the world’s first Show Choir, this non-profit performance and music education group uses music as a tool to inspire youth and audiences all across the world. From their early days of performing with legends such as, Andy Williams, Ed Sullivan, and Bing Crosby to their current International Music Outreach Tours that include325 shows a year across 11 countries, The Young Americans remain the pinnacle of excellence in both music and dance performance.
Registration is available now to all ages, 3rd grade- college, online at www.youngamericans.org/summercamps. For more detailed information or to help sponsor a camp please contact Adam Brown at 951.493.675
Details of the Tustin Area Workshop: August 13th – 17th, with a community show on the 17th at Columbus Tustin Middle School
Other Summer Camp Tour Stops Include: Harbor Springs, MI; Paw Paw, MI; Omaha, NE and Corona, CA (YA World Headquarters).
About The Young Americans
The Young Americans is a non-profit 501(c)(3) performing arts and educational company with no political or religious affiliations. The group was founded in 1962 by Milton C. Anderson and is credited with creating the very popular “glee” and “show-choir” concepts in the early 60’s. The Young Americans serve as the oldest and largest youth music advocacy group in the world whose main focus is to help strengthen music education programs in schools and communities, and to inspire people though music and the arts.
More information about The Young Americans can be found at www.youngamericans.org