Our goal is also a dynamic summer for all fellows, both on-stage and off-stage. fellows can look forward to several organized extracurricular events and opportunities to enjoy our beautiful campuses and the surrounding areas. Music Academy social events will include activities such as hiking, beach events, large screen outdoor movies, outdoor yoga, etc. Fill out the form below to submit your ideas for social event programming before the summer!
The Residential Campus is outfitted with a fitness center, lap pool, track and field, and basketball courts. Hours are listed within the Residential Campus Overview
You can also look forward to guided yoga classes led by local Santa Barbara yoga instructors.
Guided Sunset Yoga Schedule:
- Thursday, June 30 @ 7-8 pm @ Westmont Magnolia Lawn
- Wednesday, July 13 @ 7-8 pm @ Westmont Magnolia Lawn
- Wednesday, July 27 @ 7-8 pm @ Westmont Magnolia Lawn
Walking Trails & Hiking Trails – There are many walking paths located throughout the Residential Campus grounds and hiking trails of varying difficulty close by. You may use the All Trails app to find the closest trails to campus, including Tangerine Falls, Cold Spring Loop, Montecito Peak, and more.
Always be aware of quickly changing temperatures while you are hiking in the Santa Barbara Foothills. Bring water, sun protection, and avoid rattlesnakes.
Held at the Westmont Black Box Room
Monday, July 18 @ 9-10 am
Monday, July 25 @ 9-10 am
Monday, August 1 @ 9-10 am
INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING (weeks 1-8)
One hour, as needed
Facilitated by Academy Board Member and Psychologist, Dr. Paul Guido, PhD and associates
Contact email@example.com to schedule beginning the first week of the Festival.
PEAK PERFORMANCE COACHINGS (performance psychology)
Sign-up for a 1:1 Performance Psychology session with Bill Williams: https://musicacademy.typeform.com/PeakPerf (times available into July
Book performance medicine appointments through Dr. Levy’s website:
Appointments are 20 minutes long and require a $25 co-pay and the rest of your appointment is covered by insurance or the Music Academy.
Dr. Coree Levy is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner, internationally known for her expertise in soft tissue injuries, myofascial pain and musculoskeletal disorders. She has an extensive background treating professional and collegiate athletes, actors, musicians, and weekend warriors. Her gentle and effective treatment style has made her a sought out clinician for acute and chronic injuries, as well as post-surgical rehabilitation and trauma. Dr. Levy’s personal experience includes reaching the highest levels of technical diving, rowing, and training in and instructing boxing and Muay Thai. In addition, she grew up in musical theater, and worked as a professional vocalist for over 10 years, allowing her to understand the demands made on performers. Dr. Levy has over 12 years of experience working in emergency medicine, and spent many years working with the U.S. Coast Guard, LA Sheriff’s Department, and LA Fire Department with management and treatment of diving accidents at the USC Hyperbaric Chamber on Catalina Island. She is currently the Musculoskeletal Specialist at the USC Engemann Student Health Center, the exclusive doctor for USC Thornton School of Music, and the official team doctor for USC Men's Rugby. When not at her private practice or USC, Dr. Levy can be found working and traveling with professional surfers, skate boarders, and BMX riders, with the emergency medical team for televised extreme sports, working backstage with musicians at festivals and concerts, or traveling with the USC Men’s Rugby Team. Her current patients also include international Olympic athletes, members of the LA Philharmonic and the LA Opera, as well as internationally known jazz and rock musicians. Dr. Levy has numerous scientific publications, and is currently pursuing additional research projects.