Bring the past to life with period costume, spoken drama, music, and related arts

Professional instrumentalists accompany SHAK's signature youth adaptations of inspiring real-life stories and artistic masterworks. 

Medieval Music Week 2019

Perform Music of the Middle Ages!

Late registration is now open: Limited spaces, first come first served. Enroll today!

Participants sing exciting, fun melodies -- real music from the Middle Ages -- in small and large ensembles, led by director Shulamit Kleinerman and accompanied by instruments of the period such as the vielle, rebec, and harp. After a friendly five-day learning workshop, our group gives public performances at Camlann Medieval Village under the name "Good Yonge Voyces." You can see glimpses from our past seasons here

Who can participate:

  • Kids and teens, 7-17
  • From newcomers to experienced singers
  • Everyone works at their own level
  • No special background is required
  • Please be able to match pitch
  • Instrumentalist participation is by invitation only; please inquire


Mon-Fri Aug 19-23 at at director's studio in the Lake City neighborhood

(Address given upon enrollment)

9:30-1:30 (Instrumentalists may be invited to stay till 2:30)


Sat-Sun Aug 24-25 at Camlann Medieval Village

Arrive at 11am for afternoon performances ending at 5pm


Regular tuition: $280 due by June 1

Late enrollment: $308*

*Please inquire about availability before enrolling

Gender diversity scholarships:

Boys are often underrepresented in programs teaching drama, dance, and song. We encourage you to come and give these historical arts a try! SHAK programs tend to draw together creative, strong-minded, curious young individuals who enjoy discovering a sense of community together. Boys attending one of SHAK's theater, dance, or singing program for the first time are invited to take 15% off your tuition level -- and kids who experience a more fluid gender identity are welcome to take advantage of this offer too!

Need-based financial aid:

We are passionate about sharing these little-known art forms with everyone who'd like to get to know them! First-time applicants inquire here; returning students contact us.

Register online

Know before you enroll:

  • Newcomers to SHAK: No audition is required. Since this project is focused on group singing, please provide a reference contact (usually a music teacher) who can speak to the participant's basic pitch-matching ability (for drama cast) or vocal training (for chamber chorus).
  • Returning participants who have sung in just one project with SHAK, or has worked with SHAK in non-singing projects, please contact Shula before enrolling.
  • Returning participants who have sung with SHAK more than once may enroll directly. If more than a year has passed since your last project, please use the form below. If you have participated more recently than that, you may enroll by simply paying tuition and confirming/discussing your schedule availability by email with Shula.


We will confirm your submission of this form within three business days of receipt. If you don't hear back in that time, please contact Shula

REMEMBER: Your registration is not complete until we receive your payment. The link to pay by credit card is below, or you may mail your check to SHAK, PO Box 27472, Seattle WA 98165.

Click here to request financial aid.

Thank you!

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Seattle Historical Arts for Kids is fiscally sponsored by Shunpike. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that provides independent arts groups in Washington State with the services, resources, and opportunities they need to forge their own paths to sustainable success.