Fantasy campers pack oboes, flutes

  • Article by: GRAYDON ROYCE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 16, 2011 - 10:07 AM

Amateur musicians saddled up next to the professionals for a dream come true: performing with the Minnesota Orchestra.

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furguson11Sep. 16, 11 1:26 PM

The IMC (International Music Camp) offers an adult only band camp for four days with College Directors. It doesn't cost much and it's was a kick for me, an adult player who occasionally likes to be taken seriously.

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justsammySep. 16, 11 2:42 PM

"Not that I don't trust all of you..." lol Right. You can bet there's not much room for failure in the planning of this event. Excellent orchestra PR.

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RalphMSep. 16, 11 3:37 PM

What a great opportunity! I would feel very fortunate to be chosen, to play with the Minnesota Orchestra. It is something you would not forget.

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Tammi666Sep. 16, 11 4:52 PM

Rock Camp for Dads, also featured by the STrib earlier this year, is a heck of a lot more fun!

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planxtynewsSep. 17, 1112:03 PM

I was at the concert on Friday night. What a cool thing to see them all up there. I bet any musician in the audience, amateur or professional, was excited for every one of them. Way to go, Minnesota Orchestra. You are a People's Orchestra and I'm proud to know you.

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