Music for All Summer Symposium presented by YAMAHA
Illinois State University, Normal, IL
June 21 - 26, 2010     |     Leadership Weekend Experience: June 19 - 21

Students: Orchestra
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High School String Players!
Get Energized with Barrage Boot Camp at the Summer Symposium

John Crozman and Dean Marshall, Artistic Directors - Barrage
Richard Auldon Clark, Division Coordinator - Director Butler University Orchestra and Founder, Manhattan Chamber Orchestra

The string program at the Music for All Summer Symposium is an exciting, creative experience unlike any other! Barrage is in residence, working with students and performing in concert. Students develop skills from the string faculty and artists, and working with Barrage they experience diverse styles from classical to jazz, rock, pop and world music, and more!

Feel what it's like to be in Barrage! With Barrage cast members and artistic directors, students rehearse and interface with professional artists. String students perform on stage with Barrage during Thursday evening's concert for the symposium audience of 2,000 enthusiastic young musicians, teachers and fans!

Students have fun while developing skills in different styles and areas, participate in Master Classes and have a second performance opportunity on the final day of the Symposium. All this, in the setting of the full Music for All Summer Symposium, which brings more than 1,500 high school performers together from more than 35 states and internationally. Leadership is a theme that runs throughout the symposium, helping build strong student leaders as well as skilled musicians. Experience something far beyond than the "every day" at the Music for All Summer Symposium!