On this page you will find information on New Horizons music camps and events. In some cases, there are forms and brochures that you can download from here. Some have links to web sites where you can get additional information, forms and brochures.
[Note: In order to have a New Horizons music camp or event posted to the NHIMA web site, the hosting organization must be a group member of NHIMA. In addition, a discount must be offered to NHIMA members who attend.
Please also note that if you are planning to host a New Horizons music camp or event and you have not previously hosted such an activity, the NHIMA Board of Directors will be happy to review your plans and offer assistance and support to assure a successful and positive experience.
We have included a PDF document (click the PDF icon to the right) that contains the NHIMA Board approved procedure for having a camp/event listed on the NHIMA web site. There is also a sample document included that you may use as a guide when submitting the camp/event information.]
To list your camp or event here, please send your request to the President by clicking the “Contact Us” link in the quick links bar at the top of the page. Once approved, please click [here] to send your camp details for posting on the web site. Include any documents such as brochures and registration forms as attachments to the e-mail.
New Horizons Music Camps and Events
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Be sure to get your registration in right away as it is anticipated that many will want to come for a fun-filled event June 2 – 6, 2013. The camp will take place on the beautiful Colorado State University campus in downtown Fort Collins, nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. An extra night’s stay on the campus will be offered for those who would like to participate in an after camp excursion to Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park (Trail Ridge Road, if weather permits).
The 7th annual Carolina Band Blast will be held July 19-21, 2013, at the Music Center in Greensboro, North Carolina. It will be hosted by Gate City Horizons Band of Greensboro, North Carolina and the New Horizons Band of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in collaboration with the Eastern Music Festival and Greensboro City Arts. Click the PDF icon to open the camp brochure and registration form. You can also visit [www.city-arts.org] for more information.
This music camp, sponsored by Roy Ernst, will consist of an intermediate/advanced band, small ensembles, and classes. Click the PDF icon to the right to read the camp brochure. The last page of the brochure has registration information (see Two-Part On-line Registration at the bottom of the page).
Holland is a beautiful small city located on a lake that connects to Lake Michigan. It is 30 miles west of Grand Rapids, which has a major airport. The Haworth Inn and Conference Center and the Hope College campus are one block from the main business street, with excellent restaurants and shops. For more information about Holland and Hope College see: [Holland Web Site] and [Hope College Web Site]
Weekend will include orchestra, chamber music, technique classes and group lunch/dinner. The lead teacher will be Dr. Anne C. Witt, (205) 348-1460, email@example.com. The orchestra conductor will be Mr. Joe Lee. Tuition will be $125.
Immerse yourself in playing music and learning about music, or take the more relaxed route and balance the music with some tennis, a paddle or swim in the lake, or just time to read on the porch, sipping that second cup of coffee. Join us for six days on Lake Messalonskee in the Belgrade Lakes, for New Horizons at New England Music Camp, located near Waterville, Maine.
The program for the week will include participation in one of two full bands (Novice/Intermediate, or Intermediate/More Advanced) and you can also participate in other groups and activities, such as a big band style jazz ensemble, a chorus, small group ensembles, drop-in jam sessions in several styles of music, as well as seminars on topics in music. Your spouse/partner/adult friend is welcome to come with you and is invited to take part in the seminars and other activities during the week. Yes, there will be a campfire, marshmallows and a sing-a-long!
Adult Band Camp: Experience the Thrill All Over Again! Registration is open and special reduced rates are available for NHIMA members. Go to the [NEMCNewHorizons.com] web site for more information and to register.
Information about the New Horizons Music Camp at Chautauqua from September 21-26 is now available so that potential campers can look over class choices before registration day. Click the PDF icon to the right to read the brochure. The registration information (different from previous years) is in the brochure near the end.
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