Classes, performances and respected instructors make up 2006 Summer Band Camp for middle, high school band students
KINGSVILLE - June 15, 2006
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Texas A&M University-Kingsville continues its tradition of low cost, high quality instruction for middle and high school band students, with its 2006 Summer Band & Auxiliary Camp June 25-30.
Participants will receive instruction in the areas related to school band programs from a host of visiting Texas band directors of note. They include high school band directors from Richland and Mansfield; middle school directors from Northridge Middle School (North Fort Worth) and Los Fresnos; jazz band directors from Fort Worth Paschal High School and Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Memorial; and drum-major/leadership instructors from Lake Highlands High School and Fossil Ridge High School (Keller).
The camp requires that every camper participate in one of several concert bands, with students classified by ability on their instruments. The bands available include jazz, brass choirs, woodwind ensembles and percussion ensembles. Lecture courses, color guard classes, drum major classes and other electives also are offered at the camp.
Cost for campers is $295 for residents, $210 for commuters and $150 for Texas All-State Students.
Texas A&M-Kingsville also will be the site for a SASI Drum Major/Color Guard/Leadership and Drumline Camp July 6-9. Some of the areas to be covered include leadership development; fundamentals of marching instruction; conducting techniques and preparation; and fundamentals of color guard.
The cost for the A&M-Kingsville SASI Drum Major/Color Guard/Leadership and Drumline Camp is $375 for residents and $300 for commuters. Registration is available online at http://www.studentsleading.org/Descriptions/Drummajor/2%20campmatrix.html.
More information on the Summer Band & Auxiliary Camp and the SASI Drum Major/Color Guard/Leadership and Drumline Camp is available by calling 361-593-2160 or online at http://www.tamuk.edu/events/bandcamp/.
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