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Winds Percussion Camp
Thank you all for your interest in the 2020 Winds & Percussion Camp at Capital University. We regret to inform you that we will be cancelling this year’s event as a proactive measure towards the COVID-19 outbreak.
We hope to see you next summer!
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The camp fee of $275 includes instruction, lunch and a camp T-shirt. There is a discount for multiple children from the same immediate family. Cost is $200 per child. Please note: Discounted registration for multiple children cannot be completed online. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register more than one child from the same immediate family. Scholarships are not available.
Registration will be available March 1, 2020.
You will need the following information to complete the form:
Immediately after you submit the form, you will be directed on how to make your payment. Remember, your application is not complete without finishing the payment.
Step 2:VERIFICATION OF INSTRUMENT AVAILABILITY by Capital University
Once your application and payment have been received, Capital University will begin the process of verifying instrument availability in the camp. As we near fulfillment of an instrument category, the number of applications may exceed the number of available spots. At that point, placement in the camp will be determined by the time stamp on your application form. If we are showing that there is no availability in your section, please complete the registration process and you will be added to a waitlist.
If we are able to accept your child from the waitlist, you will be contacted by a staff member from Capital University via email with instructions on how to complete your payment.Once it has been determined that your instrument is still available, you will receive notification via email that your child has been officially registered in the camp.
James DowdyCapital University Department of Music EducationJames Dowdy has retired after having taught for nine years in the community of Canal Winchester and 21 years as a teacher of middle and elementary bands in the Worthington School System. He holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from the Conservatory of Music at Capital University and has earned his master’s degree from The Ohio State University. He is the former director of the Capital University Junior Winds and is past president of OMEA. He is also a member of ASBDA and Phi Beta Mu.
Angela DavollHilliard Weaver Middle School Band Director Angela Davoll, in her 26th year of teaching, currently is the band director at Hilliard Weaver Middle School. Along with her duties at Weaver, she instructs music at two additional schools in the district. She also provides private clarinet instruction for area students. She received her bachelor’s degree in music from the Conservatory of Music at Capital and her master’s degree in music education from The Ohio State University. She is a member of ASBDA.
Ryan AlexisWorthington Kilbourne Middle School Band Director Ryan Alexis has been teaching in the Worthington City School District since 2006, where he is the Director of Bands at Kilbourne Middle School. He also teaches 6th grade band at Kilbourne Middle School, Colonial Hills, and Wilson Hill Elementary Schools. In addition, he also assists with the Thomas Worthington High School Marching Band, directs the TWHS Cardinal Jazz Band, and conducts the TWHS Pit Orchestra. Ryan is currently the Director of Junior Winds, and has an active studio, teaching saxophone lessons, and coaching saxophone ensembles. He received a BME from The Ohio State University School of Music, and an MMME from The Conservatory of Music at Capital University. Ryan is a member of OMEA and ASBDA, and has served as a treasurer for the OMEA South-Central Region. Susan O’Rourke Columbus Academy Band DirectorSusan O’Rourke has taught in central Ohio for 28 years, having served in the Columbus Catholic Diocese, the Worthington City Schools, Polaris Christian Academy and Mt. Vernon Nazarene University in addition to her current tenure at Columbus Academy, co-teaching middle and high school bands. Susan is currently the Director of Capital's Cadet Band. She is a member of the Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra and the Westerville Community Concert Band and has an active private studio. A long-time member of OMEA, Susan is an adjudicator and past clinician. She received her bachelor’s degree in music education and a master’s in woodwind pedagogy from The Ohio State University.
For further information, contact Jim Dowdy at JiMuzik@aol.com or Charlotte Brown at email@example.comSponsored by Capital University's Conservatory of Music.