Designed for high school students, the Crimson Leadership Institute is an excellent way to prepare for the upcoming fall season. The student track is for all who have earned a leadership role within their own band program, or those students who have a desire to gain a leadership role. This institute will focus on the traits necessary for student leaders to be an effective leader within their section as well as the entire band program.
Instructional staff will include current and former Leadership Team Members as well as Directors from the University of Alabama Million Dollar Band. Additional camp staff will include incredible music educators who are active in their own band programs all across the United States. Students who have just completed grades 9, 10, 11 and/or 12 as of June 2018 are eligible to attend. Current band directors and staff are eligible to attend. Band parent booster members are eligible.
2018 Crimson Leadership Institute Clinicians
Pat Stegall, Music Educator at the University of North Alabama, Florence, Alabama
Ashley Jarrell, Director of Instrumental Studies, University of North Georgia, Gainesville, Georgia
Susan Smith, Lecturer of Music Education, Troy University, Troy, Alabama
Travis Bender, Associate Director of Bands, Oak Mountain High School, Birmingham, Alabama
Crimson Leadership Institute Costs
$100.00 per student (lunch and dinner included)
*Resident Campers add $50 per person (1 night on-campus lodging, lunch and dinner included) – STUDENTS ONLY
Group Rates (per student)
Up to 9 participants – $95.00
10-19 participants – $90.00
20-29 participants – $85.00
30-39 participants – $80.00
40-49 participants – $75.00
50+ participants – $70.00
*Resident Attendee – STUDENTS ONLY
Add $50 per person (on campus lodging, lunch and dinner included)
RESIDENT vs COMMUTER CAMPER
RESIDENT CAMPER fees include all instruction, group activities, housing in University dormitories and select meals each day in the University Dining Halls.
COMMUTER CAMPER fees include all instruction and group activities along with select meals each day. A COMMUTER CAMPER should be housed in the Tuscaloosa area with a relative 21 years old or older.