TROY - More than 500 middle and high school band students from Alabama, Florida and Georgia are on the Troy Campus this week taking part in the Sound of the South Marching Band's annual Leadership Camp.
The camp, which will run through June 18, includes courses in concert band, music theory, percussion ensemble, majorette, color guard, drum major and dance line that will help students develop skills necessary for individual and ensemble performance.
"Everyone benefits from the intensive instruction at the camp," said Dr. Mark Walker, director of university bands. "Hopefully, they will take what they learn at this camp back to their schools this fall and make their bands even better."
A final concert for each group will be held in Sartain Hall on the last day of camp.
For more information, contact the Troy University band office at (334)-670-3281 or by email email@example.com. Information on this and other summer camps offered by Troy University is available at www.troy.edu/camps.
Students rehearse a color guard routine on the Troy Campus on Monday as a part of the Sound of the South's annual Leadership Camp. More than 500 middle and high school students from Alabama, Florida and Georgia are taking part in the camp that includes sessions on concert band, music theory, percussion, majorette, color guard, drum major and dance line. The camp runs through June 18.