What is Life at Camp Like?

Camp Highlight Montage

The highlight montage from the 2016 Music for All Summer Symposium presented by Yamaha. The Music for All Summer Symposium is for high school band and orchestra students, with outstanding learning experiences for students of all levels of experience, in a wide range of areas of interest.

Summer Symposium on YouTube

Complete video coverage from the 2016 Music for All Summer Symposium, presented by Yamaha.  Get a look at how much fun camp is!

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2016 Summer Symposium Daily Photo Galleries

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The Music for All Summer Symposium, presented by Yamaha is THE place to be in June for music educators across the country. At Music for All we know that the most influential element in the success of students and music education in general is qualified, knowledgeable,...

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Jazz Band Jam Session

If you know me, you know I love jazz music. I think it’s part of the smoothness of the sound or how effortless jazz musicians can make it look. Sitting in on the jazz band jam session I realized that there is a lot of work that goes into making it all look and sound...

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Concert and Events Every Night!

Many things set the Music for All Summer Symposium apart and one of those is the nightly concert series. Each evening features artists and groups presenting a variety of musical performance genres. The 2017 concert series includes these confirmed artists and events:

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Learn About Ball State

MFA student and director campers will stay in residence halls with suite-style rooms. Ball State’s entrepreneurial spirit shines through numerous expansions and additions that benefit MFA campers, including technological resources and state-of-the-art facilities.

Volunteer at Camp

There are two awesome volunteer opportunities that will allow you to be a part of the Music for All experience by helping to provide positively life-changing experiences for everyone involved with the Music for All Summer Symposium. Joining the SWAG Team or becoming a Director’s Track Assistant is a decision you won’t regret!

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