Symphonic Band Camp

Why Attend Symphonic Band Camp

Join more than 80 adults from across the United States and around the globe for the 2023 Symphonic Band Camp and experience the joy of ensemble performance in a challenging, supportive, fun, and friendly environment.

What You'll Learn

The repertoire will be tailored to the ensemble size and experience level. Suggested pieces for this year’s program will be posted to the website in the spring of 2023.  Participants will work with renowned faculty throughout the duration of this course.  Curriculum will include:

  • Master classes
  • Daily ensemble rehearsals and sectionals
  • Daily chamber music reading sessions
  • Faculty/participant side-by-side rehearsal and performance opportunities 

Included in the tuition is a group dinner on the first night and special evening sessions during the week to build camaraderie. The Symphonic Band Camp experience culminates with a performance on Interlochen's campus.

Course Dates: Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2023 to Sunday, Aug. 13, 2023
Registration Fee: $625
Early Registration Fee: $575 (Early Registration Fee Deadline - April 1, 2023)

K-12 Educators: Earn 22 State of Michigan SCECH clock hours

Register Here

Adult Band Camp 2022 Repertoire 

L'Italiana in Algeri - Gioachino Rossini (arr. Cailliet)
English Morris Dance, Shepherd’s Hey - Percy Grainger
Beyond the Horizon - Rossano Galante
English Dances, Set 1, Op. 27 - Malcolm Arnold (arr. M. Johnstone)
Farewell to a Slavic Woman - Vasilij Ivanovitj Agapkin
Pasquinade - Louis Moreau Gottschalk
Fantasy on a Japanese Folk Song - Samuel R. Hazo
Dartmoor, 1912 from “War Horse” - John Williams (arr. Jay Bocook)
St. Louis Blues March - W.C. Handy (arr. Gray/Burgett)
The Hounds of Spring - Alfred Reed
Sonoran Desert Holiday - Ron Nelson
Morning, Noon, and Night in Vienna Overture - Franz von Suppé (arr. Fillmore)
Free Lance March - John Philip Sousa
Proudly We Hail - Stamp
Chester Overture - William Schuman
Theme and Variations for Oboe and Band - Rimsky-Korsakov

Click HERE for past years' repertoire


Tom Riccobono

Tom Riccobono

Chair of Brass; Instructor of Low Brass

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Dane Philipsen

Dane Philipsen, DMA

Instructor of Oboe; Chair of Woodwinds

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John Aley

John Aley

Principal Trumpet
Madison Symphony Orchestra

Keith Aleo

Keith A. Aleo

Instructor of Percussion

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Matthew Lyon

Matt Lyon

Instructor of Low Brass

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Nathan Williams

Adult Chamber Music Camp - Instructor of Clarinet

Marisela Sager

Marisela Sager

Instructor of Flute

Laurie Sears

Laurie Marino Sears

Instructor of Saxophone

Adult Band Camp Online 2.0

Virtual Performance - February 9 - 12, 2021
Gustav Holst Suite No. 2 in F for Military Band
Conductor, Thomas Riccobono