at the Music for All Summer Symposium
Parent Welcome Session
2 pm, Monday, June 24
Family plays an important role in extending the benefits of a studentâ€™s camp experiences into everyday life. Parents are invited to attend the Opening Session on Monday, June 24 at 1:00 pm in Emens Auditorium. Stick around for a special Parent Welcome Session with MFAâ€™s leadership expert Fran Kick at 2 pm. You donâ€™t want to miss this special opportunity!
Concert Series - Click here for more information
Each of the student divisionâ€™s curriculum is designed to be immersive, offering students hands-on experience with renowned teaching and performing professionals. Several of the student divisions feature performances with guest artists during the camp week in addition to their final performance on Saturday, June 29.
String studentsâ€™ performance with Project Trio, Wednesday, June 27
Each of the student divisionâ€™s curriculum is designed to be immersive, offering students hands-on experience with renowned teaching and performing professionals. String students have an incredible opportunity to perform on stage with Time for Three during their Thursday night concert, June 28. The concert is at 8 p.m., in Emens Auditorium at Ball State University. String students will perform a piece with Time for Three on stage, which they will have rehearsed with Tf3 during the camp week. Tickets are $15 for adults, $5 for students and seniors over 65 and can be ordered through musicforall.org or purchased at the door. www.projecttrio.com
Marching Band performance with the Cavaliers at DCI show, Friday, June 29
Marching Band division students have an incredible opportunity to rehearse and perform with Carolina Crown at the end of competition during Friday nightâ€™s DCI Central Indiana show, June 29. The show starts at 7:00 pm in Scheumann Stadium, Ball State University. Tickets are available through DCI directly, at dci.org, and range from $25-$30.
Parent Breakfast and Session
7:00 am, Saturday, June 29
The Atrium located in the Art and Journalism Building
at the Symposium and what to expect from your child, beginning with the final performances and the trip home. You will meet your childâ€™s Camp Director and participate in a session with one of the campâ€™s instructors that is especially designed for you and your family. Reservations are required by Monday, June 24. See below for reservation orders.
Family Day Picnic
11:00 am, Saturday, June 29
Ball State University â€śQuadâ€ť
Parents and families are invited to join us after the morningâ€™s performances for the festive Family Day Picnic. Enjoy a picnic on the Quad with the full camp, families, faculty and staff with a backdrop of music...you might even want to join in the all-invited Drum Circle!
The Family Day Picnic is followed by performances by the Symposium Marching Band, Color Guard, Marching Percussion and Drum Major Academy in Scheumann Stadium. Reservations for the picnic are strongly suggested, however, a limited amount of picnic tickets will be available for purchase on-site at the picnic.
Discounted Tickets - Order by Monday, June 24 and SAVE!
Adults: $15 each Child (5 years and under): $4 each
Purchase AFTER Monday, June 25:
Adults: $18 each Child (5 years and under): $5 each
Family Day Activities Registration Form
Concerts & Performances
Saturday, June 30
Enjoy concerts and performances by your child in his or her area of study and from all the student divisions. Performances will start at approximately 9 am and run through 3pm. The Symposium officially concludes at 3 pm. See the Saturday schedule posted online at www.musicforall.org by June 19 for division performance times and locations.