Marching Percussion Division

At the Music for All Summer Symposium Marching Percussion Division, immerse yourself in the fundamentals of snare drum, tenor drum, and bass drum. Our world-class teaching staff will present tools that will allow YOU to achieve peak performance. Hone your craft by working with some of the current rockstars of the battery percussion world as well as improving skills in marching and movement!

This year, Music for All is pleased to welcome back Carolina Crown, corps-in-residence, to the Summer Symposium. Percussion students will work with Carolina Crown teaching staff, view the corps up close in rehearsal, and enjoy the DCI Central Indiana show.

Marching Percussion students will be grouped by experience level to maximize learning. Experience-level groups will be determined on-site, no advance preparation is necessary.

No experience is necessary to participate in the Marching Percussion Division. It is preferred that attending students bring their own equipment, but accommodations can be arranged as needed. At this time, the Summer Symposium Marching Percussion Division does not include front ensemble/pit/keyboard instruction.

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2024 Percussion Faculty

Jon Weber

Division Head
Instructor of Percussion at Michigan State University

Wayne Bovenschen

Associate Professor of Percussion at Oklahoma State University

Cameron Halls

Percussion Educator and Arranger

Alex Smith

Associate Professor of Percussion at University of Central Missouri

David Ware

Percussionist with Rhythm X, Software Engineer

Amanda Watson

Occupational Therapist, Snare Drum Instructor

Tracy Wiggins

Assistant Director of Bands/Coordinator of Percussion Studies at the University of North Alabama

What are students saying about Percussion at America’s Camp?

I will never forget going to MFA Camp my senior year, it had such a great impact on me for the better!

Even with all of the crazy tricks & skills I learned, the environment alone was the most mind-blowing part.

With the staff’s infallible support, I get to go home a stronger, smarter, and more confident leader.

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