ISU Marching Band Camp
2019 ISU Summer Marching Band Camp dates: June 25-27
Idaho State University's Marching Band Camp is an intense and fun three-day camp held annually in June. Work with the ISU Music Faculty and special guest artists as you develop your music and marching skills. The camp is open to all students going in to high school (Fall 2019) and incoming ISU Bengal Marching Band members.
Visit the Marching Band Camp website to learn more about the camp, camp staff and the Bengal Marching Band.
Each Student Receives:
- Warm Ups & Technique Exercises
- Music Packet
- Group Instruction by Excellent ISU Faculty and Guest Artists
- "Honor Band" Concert Experience
- Food and Lodging
- Camp T-Shirt
- College of Arts & Letters Swag
- Games, Activities, and Fun!
Registration opens in April and closes June 15.
Camp will take place on June 25, 26, and 27 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. The final camp concert will be held on June 27 at 6 p.m. on ISU's Quad and is free to attend.
Individual (needing housing): $275
Individual (no housing needed): $180
Group Rate School Fee: $500
Group Per Student Resident Rate (needing housing): $130
Group Per Student Rate (local): $75
ISU Rate: $50
*$50 will be added to your scholarship amount for the 2018 Bengal Marching Band
|Administration||Tom Kloss - Music Director||ISU Faculty|
|Michael Helman - Logistics Director||ISU Faculty|
|Instrumental Staff||Julie Sorenson - Flute||ISU Faculty|
|Erin Armstrong - Clarinet||ISU Faculty|
|Jon Armstrong - Jazz Night Clinic||ISU Faculty|
|Casey Emerson- Saxophone||ISU Faculty|
|Patrick Brooks - Trombone||ISU Faculty|
|Thom Hasenpflug||ISU Faculty|
|Thaddeus Ferrin||Hawthorne Middle School|
ISU Colorguard Coach
|Visual Staff||Evan Chivers||
Participants may choose from any of our unique, specialized tracks to focus on during camp:
Performance Track: Woodwind and Brass techniques
Drumline/Mallet Track: All Drumline and Mallet instruments
Section Leader: Working toward becoming the most effective section leader
Drum Major: Conducting and leadership training for leading your ensembles
Colorguard: Flag & Rifle technique