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2012 Music for All Summer Symposium Percussion Track

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Music for All Summer Symposium, presented by Yamaha

June 20-25, 2011

Leadership Weekend Experience: June 18-20

Ball State University, Muncie, IN


NEW! Yamaha artist Michael McIntosh will head the Percussion Division at the MFA Summer Symposium. Michael has a degree in Music Theory and Composition from Butler University. In addition to freelance composing and digital sound design, Michael is a designer/consultant for The Cavaliers and percussion specialist at Carmel High School, Carmel, Indiana.


At Music for All, students perform. We put you with a great faculty and give you opportunities to perform. Your week will be infused with hands-on, experiential learning with leading educators. Customize your schedule by choosing the elective sessions you want – Latin Percussion, Concert Percussion, Rudimental Drumming, drum set, Electronics, hand drumming and more. Clinics with top artists and worldclass drum corps create a well-rounded, unforgettable week.


• Marching percussion students are grouped by experience level for maximum learning.


• Concert percussion track students experience a wide variety of concert percussion, rather than assignments to perform with concert bands, allowing them to maximize their class time.


• Drum set students work with drum set faculty and Symposium Jazz Bands.


MFA’s percussion camp faculty is full of all-stars in the drum and percussion world, including artists from our sponsors Yamaha Corporation of America, Remo and Vic Firth.


Download the National Percussion Symposium Flyer


Download a sample National Percussion Symposium schedule from the 2011 Symposium

Edited by Music for All

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