The Music for All Summer Symposium brings students from all over the nation to participate in a weeklong band camp for band and orchestra students. One division of the Summer Symposium is the Color Guard. Developed for students who love to perform and want to perform at a high-level, students work with some of the best educators in the world in a curriculum that includes advance extensive and intensive color guard instruction and technique.

Not only does this program provide an amazing experience because of the quality curriculum but also because of the energetic and dedicated instructors that make the camp fun. Displaying their love of performance during the 2013 Summer Symposium, the color guard faculty put together a flash mob in the unique “scramble light” intersection on the Ball State campus.

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The next Summer Symposium is June 23-28, 2014 at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.

Learn more: Color Guard at the MFA Summer Symposium 

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Cristina Talucci is a marketing media and administrative assistant for the fall season at Music for All. Graduating from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business through the marketing, entrepreneurship, and Kelley Honors programs in 2012, Cristina has always been heavily involved in nonprofit. She has previously interned at the Monroe County Humane Association and the Institute of International Education and was president of Phi Chi Theta, Zeta Eta. She played flute in all of the North Plainfield High School bands and the Indiana University Concert Band and participated in the North Plainfield High School Winter Guard.