The staff and managers of the 2014 AACPS summer music camps would like to express our thanks to all for a wonderful experience. Your determination as adventure campers and growth as developing musicians was impressive and inspiring. We expect that all students will take this shared experience and new knowledge back to their friends and music ensembles, acting as leaders and providing motivation for others. As we move to make this experience more challenging and rigorous, we hope that all students will fully apply themselves to all music activities in the coming year in preparation for another successful week in the summer of 2015.
NORTHBAY MUSIC CAMPS
July 27 – 31, 2014
Gala Concerts at NorthBay – Thursday, July 31, 2014
1:00 PM – Band Concert
2:00 PM – Chorus Concert
4:00 PM – Strings Concert
The music camping program offers students in Anne Arundel County intensive experiences on band and orchestral instruments and voice in an attractive outdoor setting at NorthBay.
Open to students entering grades 6-12 who are enrolled in their school band program. This camp is offered for students to improve their technique and musicianship in instrumental music under expert conductors and coaches. A balanced instrumentation is planned with activities culminating in a gala performance.
Open to students entering grades 6-12 who are enrolled in their school chorus program. This camp is offered for students to improve their technique and musicianship under outstanding conductors, coaches, and show persons. A concert with a variety of choral music and styles is planned culminating with a gala final performance.
Open to students entering grades 6-12 who are enrolled in their school strings program. This camp is offered for students to improve their technique and musicianship in strings under expert conductors and coaches. A balanced instrumentation is planned with activities culminating in a gala performance.
* Concerts * Recitals * Sectional Rehearsals * Practice
Campers will be housed in modern cabins, each of which has bunk beds and a common rest room area. Adult counselors will be assigned to each cabin. Meals will be provided family style. Most of the staff will live and dine with the campers and be available for help whenever needed. Three meals will be provided each full day.
Campers are expected to follow school and camp rules, regulations and staff requests and otherwise conduct themselves in such a manner that a safe and successful experience will result. Failure to do so will result in an immediate return to home and forfeiture of all money.