The Concert Band Division at the Music for All Summer Symposium offers a week-long, immersive instrumental camp experience for students who want to perform wind band music at a higher level. Get energized, improve, learn new skills, develop leadership, and interact with renowned teachers, exciting artists, and fellow campers from across the country. Designed specifically for the high school concert band student, you will have the opportunity to grow as both a musician and individual.
This experience will be positively life-changing!
- Highly professional staff of guest conductors and artists-in-residence.
- Ensemble rehearsals, small sectionals, and featured sessions all conducted in Ball State University state-of-the-art music facilities.
- Student musicians are carefully placed accordingly to their abilities and background.
- Challenging curriculum for ALL ability levels.
- Master classes for all instruments.
- Impeccable teacher to student ratio!
- Hands-on, experiential learning opportunities for musical growth.
- Unique to the Music for All Summer Symposium, students experience evening concerts and events, offering a variety of musical and performance genres featuring world-class acts every single night!
Concert Black, for the Saturday end-of-week concert.
Girls: long black skirt (below the knee) or slacks are acceptable with a white blouse and black shoes.
Boys: black pants, white shirt, dark colored tie, black socks and black shoes.
June 25-30, 2018
Leadership Weekend June 23-24
Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana
Instrumental Merit Scholarships
Instrumental Merit scholarships for members of honor ensembles are now available for eligible students enrolling in the Concert Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, or Concert Percussion divisions of the Summer Symposium.
National Honor Ensemble Instrumental Scholarship – $200
All-State Instrumental Scholarship – $150
All-City/District Instrumental Scholarship – $75
Concert Band Faculty
What are students saying about Concert Band at America’s Camp?
Doing what you love and learning everything you possibly can all at the same time was awesome
After attending the Symposium my director could really see an improvement on my technique
I personally couldn’t believe how much I improved in the 4 1/2 days I was there
Music for All’s parent/booster training and advocacy programs and resources are key elements in Music for All’s vision to be a catalyst to ensure that every child across America has the opportunity and access to participate in music making in his or her scholastic environment.
What Should Your Child Bring?
June weather in Indiana is often unpredictable. Historical averages for this area range from 60°F-90°F and often include high humidity. Please keep that in mind when packing for camp.
Staying in Touch with your Student
The Music for All Headquarters staff is unable to receive and deliver messages to students by phone, unless an emergency requires immediately delivery. If you wish to speak with your child during the week, plan your calling schedule before your child leaves home.
Supervision and Health Info
Your child’s safety is our utmost priority. While at camp, your child is required to attend all classes, meals, concerts, and nightly floor meetings, where attendance is taken.