Summer Music Camp (Band, Color Guard, Drum Major, Percussion)
June 5-10, 2022
Students can choose from focused tracks of High School Band, Junior High Band, Jazz Improv, Color Guard, Drum Major and Marching Percussion.
Join dozens of fellow musicians in grades 7 to 12 from across the United States at the music camp that has served as a model for similar programs nationwide: the Southern Illinois University Summer Music Camp. Refine your musical skills during daily rehearsals, master classes and concerts.
Our dedicated counseling staff is hand-selected from outstanding future music educators at SIU, as well as practicing public school music teachers.
Counselors supervise all student activities during and after the rehearsal/class day, including supervision in the dormitories. They are available throughout the duration of the camp, and can assist with any special student needs.
The 2022 session begins June 5, so apply today!
- High School Band Camp
- Jr. High Band Camp
- Color Guard Camp
- Drum Major Camp
- Marching Percussion Camp
ALL requests for refunds must be submitted in writing. The registration fee, less a $15 cancellation fee, will be refunded if you cancel at least 7 business days prior to the camp. Any time after that date, refunds (less the $15 fee) will be issued for medical reasons only and must have a signed statement from your physician.
If a medical cancellation request is not received by the last day of instruction, a refund will not be issued. Refunds are not given to campers who voluntarily leave camp or who are sent home for disciplinary reasons.
SIU is committed to protecting the community, so current campus and state pandemic safety protocols will be followed. For more information on SIU’s response to the coronavirus and university guidelines, view our coronavirus website. The wearing of face coverings is encouraged but not required in most settings. However, masks will still be required in some situations. Per the university’s agreement with the Faculty Association, if the instructor specified a mask requirement in their syllabus at the beginning of the spring ’22 semester, masks will still be required in that classroom and/or lab. Face masks are required where regulated by government entities such as public transportation and health care settings. Thank you for your consideration and cooperation!