The following information is for students that will be attending the Innsbrook Institute Summer Music Academy 2013. You will find information regarding travel, concert tickets, the welcoming dinner, final breakfast, what to bring, activities, an example of a typical daily schedule, and housing information.
All students must complete a student questionnaire, travel itinerary form, medical release form and parental waiver (see above).
Day of Arrival
Means of Transportation |
Students arriving by air may fly into Saint Louis Lambert Airport (STL) and either:
*Shuttle service from Saint Louis Lambert Airport will be available. Details to come.
*Or alternative transportation can be arranged at an additional cost to the student.
*All students MUST complete the travel itinerary form online.
Directions to Innsbrook are available here.
Students will receive free admission to all concerts. Parents of students may receive up to two complimentary tickets to concerts when the student(s) is performing.
What to Bring |
-Light jacket and/or sweater
-Long and short-sleeved shirts
-Good walking shoes
-Shorts and jeans
-Hat and sunglasses
-Swimsuit, sunscreen, and beach towel
What to Bring | Concert Attire:
(no shorts, jeans, t-shirts, tennis shoes, or casual sandals)
-Boys: black dress pants, black dress shirt, black belt, black socks, and black dress shoes.
-Girls: black dress pants, or black longer skirts, or black dresses.
Skirts or dresses should be below the knee or longer because many performances will be performed sitting.
What to Bring | Music Items:
-Extra strings for string students
-One folding music stand with your name on it
-Metronome (with your name on it)
-Music you are performing (with the measures numbered)
-For cellists, bring a Rock Stop or similar device for your end pin
What to Bring | Outdoor Activity Items:
-Light canteen or water bottle(s)
-Backpack for hiking (and day to day use)
-Swimsuit and beach towel
What to Bring | Personal Items:
-Any special food needs
What to Bring | Extras:
-A book to read during down time
-Small portable games for down time
-Talent show props (start thinking ahead about what you might do)
Swimming, Tennis, Boating, Ultimate Frisbee, Hayrides, Horseback riding, Beach day / Pizza Party (including sand volleyball, paddle boats, Frisbee, and waffle ball), hiking, and Community Variety Show
Example a Typical Daily Schedule:
||1st AM session
||2nd AM session
||1st PM lesson
||2nd PM lesson
||Small group lesson or masterclass
All students are hosted and “adopted” into residents’ homes. This has proven to be a very rewarding and valuable experience for students and residents alike. Residents’ provide students with breakfast each morning and transportation. Students may request roommates in their student questionnaire, we cannot make any guarantees however we will do our best to accommodate.
Students with violinist Gilles Apap