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Middle School Band and Orchestra  Camp

2020 Camp Dates

Sunday, June 7- Thursday, June 11, 2020

Registration available March, 2020!


Junior High Music Camp Student

The Middle School Music Camp offers a week of fun and effective instruction through master classes, sectionals and full rehearsals, and music electives with our excellent faculty and guest musicians, culminating in a finale performance by all campers. Enrollment is open to band students 6th through 9th grades, and orchestra students entering 6th through 8th grades. 9th grade band and orchestra students are eligible to enroll both in the Middle School Camp as well as the High School Camp for a great 2-week transition into playing at the high school level. Students with at least least one year of band or orchestra at school is required.

Please note that the Middle School Music Camp ends on Thursday.


FACULTY

Sharon Toulouse  - Middle School Music Camp Director
Assistant Director of Bands, KU 

Crimson Band - Adam Lundine, Blue Valley Northwest High School
Blue Band - Sharon Toulouse


Flute - Annie Gnojek
Oboe - Melissa Smith
Bassoon - Nick Waldron
Clarinet - Johannah Cox
Saxophone - Tyler Walker
Trumpet - Michael Raehpour
Horn - Marcie Walzel
Trombone - Michael Davidson
Tuba/Euphonium - Max Gerhart
Percussion - Dylan Bassett, Theo Musick, Ryan Pearson


Orchestra - Jennifer Klinkenberg, Prairie Trail Middle School
Violin/Viola - Kelly Bohling, Manda Deegan
Cello/Bass - Mariah Barnett


Musicianship - Stuart O’Neil
Guitar Elective - Bill Matney


Additional Electives will be addressed in the 2019 Handbooks, available in late May
 


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