Vanderbilt Kennedy Center

Images from the 2009 Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Music Camp

The Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Music Camp is a week-long residential program held every summer in conjunction with the Blair School of Music. Campers are musically inclined individuals ages 16 and up who have Williams syndrome and other developmental disabilities. Participants celebrate music by participating in a songwriting workshop, recording session, and songwriter's night, and their experience culminates in a live performance at the Grand Ole Opry. Country music artists LeAnn Rimes and Kix Brooks visited the talented campers

2009 VKC Music Camp, Image Gallery

Country music artists LeAnn Rimes and Kix Brooks visited the 2009 Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Music Camp.

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    A weeklong residential camp where campers participate in a songwriting workshop, recording session, songwriter's night and a live performance on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry.

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