Horizontal TabsDescription Join more than seventy adults from across the United States and around the the globe for the 2015 Adult Band Camp and experience the joy of ensemble performance in a challenging, supportive, fun and friendly environment. Tuesday, August 11, 2015 to Sunday, August 16, 2015 Registration Fee: $525*K-12 Educators: 29 SCECHs may be earned by attending this workshop Click Here to Register! Repertoire will be tailored to the ensemble size and experience level. Instrumental faculty will teach master classes, coach daily chamber music sessions and play in the ensemble. The experience will culminate with a public performance in Corson Auditorium on the campus of Interlochen Center for the Arts. Faculty Thomas Riccobono Instructor of Low Brass, Interlochen Arts AcademyFaculty, Interlochen Trombone and Tuba InstituteAdult Band Camp Artistic Director and Low Brass Faculty, Interlochen College of Creative Arts Principal Trombone, Traverse Symphony Orchestra Schedule Repertoire Adult Band Camp Tentative Repertoire The below tentative repertoire list for the 2015 Adult Band Camp. This is only a suggested list and is not a definitive list or requirement for advance preparation. You are not expected to practice all this music, but please do have fun listening to or looking over those that appeal to you. Repertoire suggestions for Artistic Director, Tom Riccobono, are also welcome. George Washington Bridge: William Schuman Incantation and Dance: John Barnes Chance Pictures at an Exhibition: Modeste Mussorgsky arr. John Boyd Mercury: Jan Van der Roost Proudly We Hail, A Setting of Our National Anthem: Brian Balmages First Suite in E-flat Major: Gustav Holst arr. Fennell Sun Dance: Frank Ticheli San Antonio Dances: Frank Ticheli Handel in the Strand: Percy Grainger March Electric: Giuseppe Creatore Thunderer March: Sousa Apollo Unleashed: Ticheli Angels in the Architecture: Ticheli Give Us This Day: Maslanka Washington Post: Sousa Hammersmith: Holst March from Symphonic Metamorphosis: Hindemith * Please note that the Interlochen Music Library cannot send music to participants before the start of camp. If you wish to look at some of the music before you arrive, you may be able to check with a music school library near you to obtain parts, or some of the individual parts may be available for purchase online at jwpepper.com.