Campbell Senior Music Tour 2019 - Banff, Alberta
The Campbell Senior Music Ensembles have been invited to participate in the internationally acclaimed Canadian Rocky Mountain Festival (CRMF) at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in April 2019! Because the Campbell Music Program is performance-based, the music tours are an integral curricular component of the program, and provide extended performance opportunities. All members of the Grade 11/12 Band, Senior Voices, Chamber Choir, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band 1, and Vocal Jazz 1 are included as part of “the team” on this excursion. This will be a valuable and rewarding experience for all involved!
Wednesday, April 10 - Sunday, April 14, 2019.
Performances on stage at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
Extended large and small clinics and master classes with world-class clinicians from across North America
Evening concerts featuring small ensembles and concert groups from participating schools and professional ensembles
WHAT IS THE CANADIAN ROCKY MOUNTAIN FESTIVAL?
The Canadian Rocky Mountain Festival is an invitational festival that provides a professional setting for top-performing ensembles from across North America. The Festival is a showcase of outstanding ensembles who receive extended performance opportunities and world-class workshops with internationally-acclaimed clinicians. This invitation-only Festival accepts ensembles that aspire to reflect this professionalism in every aspect of their performance!
We will travel to Banff on Moose Mountain Bus Lines coaches.
We will be staying at a hotel close to the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity.
All breakfasts, lunches, and suppers while in Banff are included in the overall cost.
Students will be responsible for all meals while en-route to and from Banff on the buses.
In order to provide this opportunity and keep costs down for individual students, it is important that every member of the Campbell Music Family support the CAMPA group and individual fundraisers in some way. Please check for group fundraising events posted on the CAMPA website: campa.ca. Working at CAMPA bingos is a great individual fundraiser - please contact the CAMPA Bingo Coordinator, Maureen Pennington, at email@example.com if you are interested in earning funds to offset your personal tour fees. Each person working a CAMPA bingo earns 50 trip reward points, which equates to $50. For example, if you have 4 people working one bingo for you, you can earn $200 toward your tour fees in one bingo evening! If you currently have funds in your family’s account, you will have received a statement during late August 2018. All bingos are held at Centennial Bingo (2311 2nd Avenue) and the upcoming bingo dates are listed below. Additional dates will become available throughout the year and are posted at campa.ca.
- Friday, Sept. 28 – 5:00pm
- Saturday, Oct. 6 – 5:00pm
- Monday, Oct. 22 – 5:30pm
- Saturday, Nov. 10 – 5:00pm
- Wed., Nov. 21 – 5:30pm
MEDICAL/DIETARY RESTRICTION INFORMATION
Please ensure that you complete the information regarding all medical/dietary information in full on the Tour Permission Form.
Regina Public Schools (RPS) has a zero-tolerance policy for the use of alcohol or drugs. RPS policies, including policies on Discipline, Smoking, Drugs/Alcohol/Substance Use, and Suspensions/Expulsions, apply on all music tours. Expectations of conduct while on tour include: no possession or use of alcohol or drugs, no smoking or vaping, no changing hotel rooms, no entering rooms of another gender, no leaving rooms after room checks, no sightseeing in groups of less than 2, no missing group meetings, and no cell phones or other electronic devices used or visible during performances. The use of alcohol or drugs and/or inappropriate student conduct will result in suspension from school. Any student found in breach of the expectations of conduct may be sent home at the expense of their parent/guardian. The parent/guardian will be contacted prior to any action being taken. If no direct contact is made with the parent/guardian, the student will not be sent home unless accompanied by a staff member.
A detailed itinerary will be provided to students prior to the trip. This itinerary will include specific information about the activities and performances planned for each day plus contact information for the parents. Details regarding what to bring and behavioral expectations will also be outlined. Students will be expected to follow their itinerary very carefully!
The total cost for this trip is $700/student, after a substantial subsidy from CAMPA to lower the tour fees. The cost includes:
- Round-trip coach bus fare to Banff from Regina
- All Accommodation while in Banff
- All Festival Fees and Clinician Costs
- Admission to all Festival Concerts
- All Recreational Costs
- Breakfasts, Lunches, and Suppers while in Banff
- Chaperone Costs
FIRST ONLINE PAYMENT DUE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2018
To make the accounting process more manageable for CAMPA and to ensure that tour expenses are paid to our suppliers on time, CAMPA is requesting online payments on the dates noted below. If you are unable to make online payments please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make alternate arrangements.
Payment Schedule: Online Payments can be made at campa.ca
|Permission Form & Non-Refundable Deposit||Due November 2, 2018||$200|
|Participation Contract||Due November 2, 2018|
|Online Payment #2||Due January 11, 2019||$250|
|Online Payment #3||Due March 1, 2019||$250|