OrangeHaus Music Business Camp


Are you a high school student who would like to have a career in the music industry?

Would you like to know what it takes to become a…
Recording Artist?

Producer or Engineer?

Or learn how to…
Manage a band?
Sell recordings online?
Start your own booking agency?

Don’t know where to start?
Plan to attend Anderson University Orangehaus Music Business Camp, July 13-19, 2014 to find out if the music business is the right career for you!  Designed for high school students, ages 14-18, this unique camp experience was developed by music business faculty at Anderson University and focuses on learning the necessary skills leading to a successful career in the music industry.

The one-week summer program is an innovative forum for students to learn how to record, engineer/produce, and market a professional demo. Classes are available in ProTools technology, artist development, songwriting, Internet marketing, live sound production, digital distribution and more. Taught on the beautiful AU campus, instructors are award-winning music industry professionals who have worked with artists such as Taylor Swift, Casting Crowns, Jordin Sparks, and Jon McLaughlin.

Receive College Credit for Attending Orangehaus Music Business Camp

High school students can now receive 3 hours of college credit for attending Orangehaus Music Business Camp and completing an online course through Anderson University’s summer launch program. Cost is $150 in addition to the camp registration fee, and you do NOT need to send a high school transcript or reference letter.

To hear music written and performed by students who attended the 2014 camp, click titles below.

“Shelter” Scott Chapman

“Sleep Away My Sorrow” Annalyse Crowdus

“The Johnny Song” Erin Clouse

“May Be Falling For You” Annie Carlson

“See Me Now” Campbell Sisters

“Paradise” Gabrielle Tribolet

“Almost Home” Katie Fultz