TROY - Troy University's John M. Long School of Music will play host to the second annual Music Industry Camp June 18-20 on the Troy Campus.
M.I.C. Check, as the camp is known, is designed to provide an educational experience for high school students who are interested in a career in the entertainment and music industries.
"M.I.C. Check at Troy University is a unique and invaluable opportunity for student musicians aspiring to have a career in the music industry," said Robert W. Smith, coordinator of TROY's Music Industry Program.
The clinicians for M.I.C. Check will include: publicist and marketing representative Brittany Wilkerson; music director and composer/arranger Jefferson S. Lee; classical guitarist and TROY faculty member Dr. Robert Gibson; performer and arranger Noah Bellamy; studio engineer Bob Bullock; TROY Director of University Choirs Dr. Diane Orlofsky; vocal performer Jilla Webb; sound designer/audio mixer John R. Davidson; and, songwriter/publisher/copyright and TROY professor of music Robert W. Smith.
TROY's music ensemble POPulus, which includes students in the Music Industry program, will give a performance followed by a dance on Friday. The following day a M.I.C. Check Showcase will be given in the band room.