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2020 Camp Dates: June 25- August 8 June 25- July 29

Belvoir Terrace
Lenox,MA 1240
(413) 637-0555
[email protected]

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BELVOIR TERRACE - CAMP INFORMATION

Camp Type: Overnight
Gender: Girls
Cost: $9000-$12000
Session Length: 5 or 6 Weeks
Camp Focus: Art, Dance, Music, Theatre, Sports


Belvoir offers exciting programs in the visual arts, theater, dance, music and sports. Girls grades two through ten develop skills, creativity and self confidence while having fun. Each girl selects her own program and is then placed in small classes organized by age and skill level. Campers enjoy five classes a day on an alternating day schedule. Belvoir encourages younger and first time campers to elect a diverse schedule of ten different activities, but all campers can choose to focus on art, dance, music, theater, and sports such as tennis, swimming or horseback riding. Skill is an not a pre-requisite, but an outgrowth of the program. All classes are taught by specialist staff so campers learn while having fun.



Arion Chamber Music Series To Feature Quartet 131 In Concert Celebrating Black History Month
February 12, 2020

Arion Chamber Music Series to feature Quartet 131 in Concert Celebrating Black History Month Friday, February 21

Quartet 131 To Make New York Debut At Kaufman Center
September 27, 2019

The Quartet brings together Lilit Gampel, Violin, Laura Jean Goldberg, Violin, Andy Lin, Viola, and Robert La Rue, Violoncello. These well-established musicians have come together as a string quartet to explore the richness of the chamber repertoire. Their interpretations demonstrate a depth of emotion while illuminating subtleties within technically demanding masterworks.

Quartet 131 To Play Works by Schubert & Bloch At Merkin Hall
September 19, 2019

Quartet 131 to play works by Schubert, Bloch, Dutilleux, and Beethoven on Thursday, October 3, 7:30 pm.MERKIN HALL, Kaufman Music Center. 129 West 67 Street (between Broadway and Amsterdam).

Buffalo Theatre Ensemble Presents THE DINGDONG: OR HOW THE FRENCH KISS
September 06, 2018

Buffalo Theatre Ensemble (BTE), the professional Equity company in residence at the McAninch Arts Center, 425 Fawell Blvd. on the campus of College of DuPage (COD) opens its 2018-2019 season with "The Dingdong, or How the French Kiss," a new adaptation by Mark Shanahan from "Le Dindon" by Georges Feydeau. Five actors play 13 roles in this bubbly, fast-paced adaptation of Feydeau's classic directed by BTE Artistic Director Connie Canaday Howard, where opening the wrong door can lead to mayhem, giggles and ultimately some unexpected understandings of a happy marriage. The play runs Sept. 6-Oct. 7. There will be a preview Sept. 6. Press opening is Friday, Sept. 7.   

Buffalo Theatre Ensemble Presents THE DINGDONG: OR HOW THE FRENCH KISS
August 27, 2018

Buffalo Theatre Ensemble (BTE), the professional Equity company in residence at the McAninch Arts Center, 425 Fawell Blvd. on the campus of College of DuPage (COD) opens its 2018-2019 season with "The Dingdong, or How the French Kiss," a new adaptation by Mark Shanahan from "Le Dindon" by Georges Feydeau. Five actors play 13 roles in this bubbly, fast-paced adaptation of Feydeau's classic directed by BTE Artistic Director Connie Canaday Howard, where opening the wrong door can lead to mayhem, giggles and ultimately some unexpected understandings of a happy marriage. The play runs Sept. 6-Oct. 7. There will be a preview Sept. 6. Press opening is Friday, Sept. 7.