June 10-14, 2018. Host Site: Reinhardt University (just north of Atlanta). Athena is an all girls band and orchestra camp that offers iddle and high school-aged musicians a five-day, intensive, music study while emphasizing leadership and team-building skills. Our faculty consists of professional women who teach band, orchestra, and private lessons at the elementary, middle school, high school, and college levels.
Athena Directors Clinic will be held in conjunction with the Athena Music and Leadership Camp on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 from 10am to 2pm. Exclusively for women in music education at all levels. College music education students welcome.
The 15th Annual International Euphonium Tuba Festival (IET) welcomes players from around the world for a week of motivation and inspiration in Atlanta, Georgia. Participants include raising high school students, college students, and motivated recreational players. EVERYONE will work closely with some of the best players and teachers in the world! Spend a full week becoming the best musician possible!!
The Georgia College Department of Music presents the inaugural Georgia College Chamber Music Camp, June 17-22, 2018. Open to rising 9-12 instrumentalists (winds, strings, pianists, and percussion), all students will participate in chamber rehearsals/coaching with Georgia College faculty culminating in an end of the week concert. Additionally, students will have daily courses dealing with various subjects and issues involved with the performance of chamber music.
Chamber Ensembles (for example, string quartet, saxophone quartet, brass quintet, piano trios, and jazz combos), will be formed from participating students. Additionally, pre-formed groups of 3 or more are encouraged to attend.
June 4-8, 2018 The Summer Music Intensive at Kennesaw State University is a unique week-long program that engages high school band, orchestra, choral, classical guitar, and piano students artistically, technically, and conceptually as both individual musicians and in large and small collaborative ensembles. Working with KSU's exceptional faculty and current KSU music students will develop participants' technical abilities, expand their creativity, and enhance their passion for music in an atmosphere of artistic and intellectual discovery. Participants will collaborate with peers across an array of musical disciplines in focused daily activities that culminate in fun and engaging group activities. In addition to performance techniques and instruction, students will also learn about diverse topics ranging from creativity and improvisation to composition and music technology through a variety of academic classes, rehearsals, instrument-specific tech classes, and various collaborative experiences throughout each day.