Finnish music still permeates the lakes and
forests of Michigan's Copper Country, where Finnish-American identity
lives on. From Saturday evening sauna to specialty comfort foods, folks
their Finnish traditions as part of everyday life. Arguably, none do it
significantly than those who play traditional Finnish music at festivals
weddings, in humble kitchens, on stylish patios, and even along the
of Lake Superior. Finlandia University's Finnish Council in America and
the Finnish American Heritage Center are excited to arrange this second
annual Finnish traditional music
A Slideshow of the Copper Country and the Finlandia University Campus
Tuition for entire 3-day camp:
$195 ($170 if paid by June 15, 2014)
Housing in the Finlandia Residence Hall:
$25 per night (available Tues., Wed. and Thurs. night (Rate subject to change)
$6 breakfast, $7 lunch, $8 dinner
Finlandia University, Hancock, Mich.
The camp has a number of five-string kanteles available
for student use.
Evening concerts and dances will be open to the public.
What other activities are available?
Sightseeing and summer sports abound
in the Copper Country. In addition, the 2014 Aura Jamboree in nearby Aura,
Michigan, begins on July 18, and the annual Strawberry
Chassell, Michigan, take place the weekend prior to the Music Camp.
University, founded by Finnish immigrants over a century ago, is a learning community
dedicated to academic excellence, spiritual growth ,and service. The university is
a private not-for-profit institution located in Michigan's beautiful Upper
Finlandia University • 601 Quincy Street • Hancock, MI 49930
800-682-7604 (toll-free) • (906) 482-5300 (local) • firstname.lastname@example.org Finlandia University is an equal opportunity educational institution/equal opportunity employer