The Marching Band Division at the Music for All Summer Symposium offers students inspiring experiences! This program is ideal for section leaders, with staff from some of the best high schools in America teaching innovative, current, and relevant information on music and marching fundamentals. The curriculum is challenging for all levels. The marching band division teaches more than just marching and music. Students learn the basic principles of dance and body movement. They learn how to communicate with section-mates, and how to read drill charts and clean drill. We are laser-focused on fundamentals and development of the individual, both musically and visually. Students learn skills that are applicable to all band programs and we encourage them to take these skills back to their own bands to grow in a positive direction.

Carolina Crown Drum & Bugle Corps
Corps-in-Residence

Music for All is pleased, to welcome Carolina Crown, corps-in-residence, to the 2022 Summer Symposium. Marching Band students will work with Carolina Crown teaching staff, rehearse with the Corps, and perform on the field for a combined performance at the DCI Central Indiana drum corps show Friday night. Students will go “Inside the Circle” with Carolina Crown and experience the world class champions in a way that few are allowed. This will all truly be an incredible, life-changing experience!

Two performance opportunities

The Marching Band division students will perform on field with Carolina Crown, Friday evening, July 1, 2022. Tickets are available through DCI at dci.org.

Marching Band students will also perform Saturday, July 2, as part of the camp “final performances” for campers, parents, and families (note: this performance is not with the drum corps).

Program Sponsor

Marching Band Division Music and Placement Information

Sheet music for marching band is available and posted below.

Richard Saucedo’s arrangement of the National Anthem must be learned and memorized prior to your arrival at camp. Carolina Crown music does not have to be memorized but should be worked on as much as possible. If more than one part is written for your instrument, please practice the part that you are most comfortable with.

Marching Band placements will occur during the first Marching Band session on Monday of camp. Students will play excerpts from the music for the instructors, and based upon ability and how well they know the music, will be split into parts to balance the ensemble.

Packing List

Division Music

Marching Band Faculty

Mike Bolla

Director of Bands and Music Department Chair at Center Grove M.S. North (IN), Trombone/Baritone

Chad Brinkman

Director of Bands at Brownsburg East M.S. (IN), Carolina Crown Visual and Brass Instructor, Trumpet

Katrina Fitzpatrick

Band Director at Morton Junior H.S., Flute

Avious Jackson

Instrumental Music Staff for Mason City Schools, Trumpet

Chris Kaflik

Director of Bands at Brownsburg H.S. (IN), Music Ensemble

 

Brittany Mori

Director of Bands at Lost Mountain Middle School (GA)

James Morrison

Director of Bands, Coweta Public Schools (OK)

Joe Mosketti

Show Designer, Drill Designer, and Consultant for Marching Band

Ed Roush

Director of Bands at Hamilton Southeastern H.S. (IN), Brass Educational Staff at Santa Clara Vanguard

Kyle Stec

Marcus H.S. (TX), Flower Mound H.S. (TX)., Saxophone

Jeff Young

Division Head
Music for All Director of Camps
President/CEO of Dynamic Marching

Carolina Crown Faculty

Matt Harloff

Percussion Caption Supervisor

Kevin Morrison

Visual Caption Supervisor

What are students saying about Marching Band at America’s Camp?

Unforgettable opportunity to perform with Carolina Crown!

Everything you do to make this camp fun, exciting, and safe is amazing!

I’ve already recommended this camp to many other people and cant wait to be back next year.

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