Camp gets 100% recommendation rating from last year's student participants
MAY 6, 2011 Music for All's Summer Symposium, presented by Yamaha, is the nation's most comprehensive summer music camp for high school band and orchestra
students, and for high school and middle school directors. The camp delivers a broad range of learning opportunities with divisions focused on marching band,
concert band, jazz band, orchestra, percussion, color guard and drum majors.
The 2011 Summer Symposium will take place June 20-25 at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. A special Leadership Weekend Experience takes place June 18-20.
Each evening features a live concert or event by renowned performing groups showcasing an exciting range of genres. Artists performing in
2011 include Jon McLaughlin, members of Time for Three, and The Volunteers. The final event will be DCI Central Indiana featuring top
drum and bugle corps including Blue Stars, Carolina Crown, The Cavaliers, Glassmen, Madison Scouts, Pioneer, Teal Sound and Troopers.
Students participating in the Summer Symposium's marching band track will have the opportunity to rehearse and perform with Carolina Crown.
The camp has opportunities for directors as well as students. The McCormick's Enterprises Directors' Academy allows directors to recharge and
work with leading educators and experts in all aspects of music education. The Directors' Academy includes a track for high school directors,
middle school/young teachers, color guard instructors and drum instructors.
Last year's Summer Symposium received nearly unanimous positive feedback. Music for All asked participants and their families about their
experience: 97% of parents, 99% of directors and 100% of students would recommend it.
Get complete registration details at www.musicforall.org
Register by May 21 to avoid late fees.
Music For All Summer Symposium Highlights Video
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Music for All (MFA) uniquely combines
regional and national music-event programming with awareness campaigns and advocacy aimed at expanding access to music in schools and
communities. A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization, MFA's programs include 25-plus annual events, including the Bands of America
Grand National marching band championships, Regional marching band championships across the country, the Music for All National Festival
and the Music for All Summer Symposium. Learn more at www.musicforall.org.
Source material and images courtesy of Music For All.
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