Music Camp: Voice & Keyboard

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.

Impact U Music Camp

Camp Dates:

Monday – Friday  June 8 – 12th, 2015 Camps*
Click here for the daily schedule.

*Tentative and subject to change


The camp is $360 per person, and includes food, lodging, and all expenses.  

What You Can Expect:

  • Individual and group instruction in piano, organ, and choral
  • Classes in music theory and music history
  • Small-group sight-singing and aural training experiences
  • Instructor recital
  • Recital opportunities for campers

*Pianists (required) and vocalists (optional) should bring one prepared piece for performance.

*Pianists and organists should have at least 1 year of prior experience on the piano.

About Your Instructors:

Dr. Mark Schell - Asbury University
Dr. Mark Schell

In the fall of 1990, Dr. Mark Schell began his tenure at Asbury University. He now serves as Professor of Organ and Church Music and conducts both the Men's Glee Club and the Handbell Choir. Beginning in July of 2007, Dr. Schell has taken on new responsibilities as Chair of the Department of Music.

Vicki Bell - Asbury University
Vicki Bell

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.

Jill Campbell - Asbury University
Jill Campbell

Jill Campbell holds a BMME in vocal music education from the University of Kentucky, as well as a minor in violin performance. She earned both a MM in choral conducting and a Rank 1 in Music Education from UK, and also completed the Graduate Certificate in Orff Schulwerk. Prof. Campbell has experience teaching at the elementary, middle, and collegiate levels, and has worked in many areas of church music. Prof. Campbell was a founding director of the Lexington Singers Children's Choir and conducted with them for eight seasons.

Don Zent - Asbury University, Donald A. Zent
Donald A. Zent

Donald A. Zent, Professor of Piano at Asbury University, has taught university music students for over forty years. Dr. Zent is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music (NCTM) recognized by the Music Teachers National Association.  As Professor of Piano and Coordinator of Keyboard Studies at Asbury, he teaches applied piano, group piano, piano pedagogy, and form and analysis.

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