The camp is open to junior high school and high school age percussionists. Campers are grouped according to age and ability and also participate in combined activities.
The Percussion Camp at Mansfield University is an exciting opportunity for young percussionists to explore the versatile world of percussion. During the week we will explore Drum Set, Drum Line, Concert Percussion, Steel Pan, Mexican Marimbas, Chamber Music (duets, trios and quartets) and Hand Drumming/World Percussion. We look forward to expanding your percussion experience with excellent opportunities for fun and growth! There is no other percussion camp like the Mansfield University Percussion Camp!
All participants will receive individual instruction as well as small group instruction. Campers will participate in highly educational, fun and intensive days of percussion and recitals by faculty and students. Core topics include snare drum and multi-percussion, drum set, mallet percussion, timpani, repertoire, sight-reading, listening, ensemble performance, practice, learning and more. The camp culminates in a demonstration performance for parents, family and friends.
Dr. Adam Brennan, Director of Bands, Mansfield University
Dr. Brennan is the Director of Bands at MU and is a Percussion Specialist. He organizes and serves as the primary clinician for this unique and exciting camp. A noted conductor, composer and arranger and performer, Dr. Brennan writes many of the works students will study, tailoring the music studied to develop camper abilities and expose them to wonderful learning opportunities.
The camp faculty is comprised primarily of the Mansfield University Music Department and is augmented by individuals in the music field who are outstanding players and teachers. Past camp staff members have included Mr. Ryan Pritchard, Mr. David Wert, Mr. John Conover, Mr. Adi Sagar, Mr. Chris Medycki and more. Camp counselors are selected MU alumni and music majors. The counselor to camper ratio is 1:10. Students and counselors live in the campus residence hall and eat in the campus cafeteria.
For further information contact Dr. Adam Brennan by calling (570)662-4710 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dates: June 28 - July 3, 2015
Residential Fee: $380
(includes instruction, all meals, and lodging)
Commuter Fee: $320
(includes instruction, lunch & dinner)
Non-refundable Deposit: $75
(Required at the time of registration)
Balance of payment due:
June 24, 2015
Sunday, June 28, 2015 from 1-3 pm in the Residence Hall
Final concert will be held Friday, July 3, 2015.