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Updated: 08/13/2014 11:28:14AM

These campers make music, not lanyards

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PHOTO BY BOB MUDGE

Harp instructor Tasha Robinson, left, introduces 30 symphony campers to the harp.

PHOTO BY KIM COOL

Guitar students taught by Peter Simms perform "Passion Dance" and "Pachelbel's Canon" at the Summer Music Camp Recital.

PHOTO BY BOB MUDGE

Members of the Venice Symphony Camp Jazz Band perform "Freddie Freeloader" and "Axel F" to close the annual recital.

PHOTO BY BOB MUDGE

The annual Summer Music Camp Recital opens to the sound of African drums taught by Steve Terry with the assistance of Mary Snell.

PHOTO BY BOB MUDGE

Venice Symphony Summer Camp "C" Chorus performs a medley from "The Sound of Music" at the recent camp concert.

By KIM COOL

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Summer camp has always been about experiences — from horseback riding and canoing to learning to strum a ukulele.

The latter is one of many options at the Venice Symphony’s Summer Music Camp, which recently completed its 24th season.

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