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Band Camp

A band camp typically refers to a high school, college, or university marching band summer camp. Band camp is often mandatory for members of the band and constitutes the majority of the preparation a marching band makes before its marching season (learning how to march, learning "sets" on the field, memorizing show songs).[1][2] A high school marching band may travel to a college or university for band camp for use of its facilities (dormitories, fieldhouses, fields) and services, it may stay at the school, or go to a close by camp/retreat area. The time at band camp is used for focused rehearsals and time for bonding between band members. The auxiliary also learns and rehearses with the marching band.

Band Camp

As marching band is a largely co-educational activity, and many such camps are overnight affairs with inadequate adult supervision, band camps have become infamous in popular culture for being the occasion of large amounts of sexual activity among the participants. The 1999 film American Pie makes extensive reference to this aspect of band camp, and a direct-to-DVD spin-off called American Pie Presents: Band Camp explores this subject in more detail.

Band Camp is available to those who play Clarinet, French Horn Flute, Piccolo, Oboe, String Bass, Guitar, Bassoon, Bass Clarinet, Saxophone (alto, tenor, bari), Euphonium, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, Electric Bass, Piano, and Percussion. At the camp, students will improve their individual skills and broaden their own musical experience in a shared environment of teamwork and learning.

In 2012 our finale concert featured the world premiere of the commissioned composition "Earhart: Sounds of Courage" by Robert W. Smith, dedicated in memoriam to Mary Jo Leahey. Mr. Smith joined us for an unforgettable rehearsal and truly inspired us all to "paint the sky orange." Students were thrilled to learn from this master educator whose compositions are well known in the wind band world.

The camp is open to students entering grade 7 through 12 in the Fall of 2023 (next school year). Students must have at least one year of playing experience. Enrollment for the camp is limited due to dorm space, as always, waiting lists will develop. Register early! Dorm space fills up! $100 Non-Refundable Deposit.

Resident Campers will be living on campus and will enjoy spacious, air-conditioned rooms in the resident dormitories. Students are under excellent adult supervision at all times. Resident Campers will be served three meals a day! Resident Campers will not be allowed to leave campus, except for an emergency.

A residential or commuter camp for woodwind, brass and percussion players entering grades 5-10 with a minimum of nine months playing experience. Whether you stay overnight or return home in the evenings, students will grow as musicians with rehearsals, sectionals and a final concert, and have fun making new friends through supervised social activities.

As of March 22, all residential spots have been filled. If you are interested in staying on campus, please register as a commuter and indicate your interest in being placed on the residential waitlist. Registration closes on May 19, 2023.

Fees include a non-refundable deposit of $50 that must accompany the application for registration to be complete for camp. Flexible payment plans for the remainder of camp fees are available.

The full registration day is 11:00am to 4:00pm and includes the check-in, camper/parent meeting and a hearing placement. Please note that lunch is not included on this day but available at the Strosacker Student Union.

All students will be picked up at lunch around 12:00pm. The concerts begin at 2:00pm; a more detailed last day schedule will be sent to you by the second day of camp when you receive notice of their ensemble placement.

Campers are under 24/7 supervision from professional camp staff members. Campers must always be with counselors throughout the day. A counselor stays on each floor to make sure campers are in their rooms and to assist in case of an emergency. Boys and girls are housed in seprate dorms.

Camp ClassesCampers will play in a concert band twice per day, attend sectionals, and participate in masterclasses. They will also get to select two daily elective classes from choices such as musicianship, conducting, steel pans, percussion ensemble, practice time, brass choir, woodwind choir, and jazz improv. See a sample schedule for this camp below.

Evening ActivitiesActivities are planned for each evening. Attend faculty concerts, see an Imax Movie, go bowling, and more! There will also be an opportunity to tour the campus, and to interact with our outstanding Music Admissions team.

Two Opportunities To AttendThis camp will be offered during two separate sessions. Each one-week session is structured the same; they will feature the same classes and instructors, and will have similar recreation schedules. The only difference will be that new music will be played each week. If you wish to attend both sessions, great!

You can choose to check-out after the conclusion of the first session and check-in on Sunday for the start of session two, or you can stay on campus for the extra night for a small fee which covers the extra night, extra meals and counselor supervision. Read more about Extra Nights of Housing.

Florida State is committed to providing a quality education to all qualified students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability. Please contact our office to discuss any questions or accommodations that may need to be made for your camper at least three weeks prior to the start of camp.

Once you have paid the deposit and receive a registration confirmation, you will be able to fill out your required camper forms. These forms include a medical information form (no physical required), consent forms, and more. These forms should be completed as soon as possible, but are due no later than one month prior to the start of your camp.

Optional private lessons are available at this camp. Lessons are booked at camp check-in based on availability. Lessons are $50.00 per 50-minute lesson. Lesson payments are made directly to lesson teachers by cash or check only.

There are several add-on options available during the registration process. You can add any of these options to your registration during the initial registration process, or anytime up to two-weeks before the start of your camp.

Campers who plan to attend multiple weeks of camp have the choice to stay overnight in the dorm on the night in between ($50.00) or to check-out on Saturday and then check back in for the second week on Sunday.

Though we will try to keep you in the same room if possible, you are not guaranteed to have the same room during all sessions, If you are required to switch rooms, counselors will be available to assist moving your belongings. If you do stay in the dorm, you will be brought to the second camp check-in on Sunday by the counselors along with all of the other campers that stayed over.

All campers must bring their instrument with them to camp. If you do not own your own instrument, we suggest speaking with your music teacher about borrowing your school instrument for the duration of camp.

The instrument that you select during camp registration is the instrument that you must play at camp. If you would like to change your instrument to a different one after you register, please contact our office prior to the start of your camp.

All on-campus students will check in from 10:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. on the first day of camp in the appropriate dorm. If it is necessary for you to be late, please notify us in advance. Otherwise, late arrivals cannot be accommodated. Off-campus students will check-in at 11:30 a.m. in Witherspoon Lobby. Dorms will be posted by May 15.

Your registration time is on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. in Witherspoon Lobby. All off campus students need to check in daily. Senior High students may sign in themselves if the parent first signs a release form available during registration. A sign in/out table will be located in the Camp Business office. Off campus students will be assigned to the nearest dorm of the same sex to use as a place to visit or hang out during their free time.

Campers participating in ATU sponsored camps must remain on the University campus at all times. Campers may only leave campus with a staff member of the camp, a parent, or a legal guardian, as approved by the Camp Business Office. This policy shall also apply to commuter campers until the last camp activity of the day has been completed.

Any act or threat, including profane or abusive language for the purpose of harassing or submitting any one on ATU property to pain, discomfort, or indignity is subject to disciplinary action and will not be tolerated. This includes racial, ethnic, or sexual harassment, verbal or property abuse, and any conduct that endangers the health, safety, or well being of any band camp member or staff. All students are expected to adhere to the rules, regulations, and policies of the camp. Students who fail to comply will be sent home with no refund of fees.

Scholarships are for current all-state students only. All-state students staying on campus will receive a $193 tuition scholarship. All-state students who live locally and will NOT be staying in the dorm will receive a $146 discount. Please keep this in mind when you register/pay. All-state students should send an email to to notify the camp office of eligibility.

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