Music Camp: Brass & Strings
This unique camp covers aspects of musical training, including performance opportunities, classroom activities, and individualized instruction. Members of the Asbury music faculty will help students learn, grow, and perform.
Monday – Friday June 8 – 12th, 2015 Camps
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The camp is $360 per person, and includes food, lodging, and all expenses.
What You Can Expect:
- Individual and group instruction in brass or string playing
- Classes in music theory and music history
- Small group playing experiences
- Possible recital opportunities for campers
About Your Instructors:
Dr. Glen Flanigan, is Coordinator of Instrumental Studies and Director of Bands at Asbury University. Dr. Flanigan has been a member of the Asbury faculty since 2001. In addition to conducting the Asbury University Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble, he teaches courses in music education, music appreciation, conducting and low brass lessons.
Dr. Vicki Bell, Professor of Music Theory, joined the faculty of the Music Department at Asbury University in the fall of 1993. Dr. Bell serves as coordinator of music theory, and teaches freshman and sophomore music theory classes, sight singing / aural training, and upper-level counterpoint. In addition to her theory responsibilities, Dr. Bell directs the Asbury University Chorale.
Professor Nathan Miller, Assistant Professor of Musicology and Director of the Asbury University Orchestra, joined the faculty of the Music Department in the fall of 2014. He teaches sophomore music history, upper level courses in musicology, and understanding music, while also directing the University’s orchestra and chamber music programs.