HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Marshall University is holding its Jazz Camp through virtual sessions again this year, for students ages 13 and up.

Jazz-MU-Tazz camp is usually a six-day camp for high school musicians, but due to the coronavirus pandemic and safety guidelines, the university said the sessions will be offered virtually at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. daily.

The sessions will be livestreamed through the Marshall University Jazz Facebook page. The event will be held June 14 to 18.

The university's jazz studies program hosts the camp. Topics to be covered include jazz improvisation, jazz theory, listening skills and instrument/section master classes by members of the Marshall jazz faculty.

Registration is $75. Students can register online.