Guitar instructor Tony Eltora and drum instructor Rick Cline, will host Hickory Music Factory's (HMF) annual Rock Camp. 25 lucky students will form bands and have the opportunity to be part of a weeklong camp and see what it's like to be in a rock band.
Throughout the week, the students will rehearse with their band and learn the essentials needed to perform on stage. There will be classes/clinics focusing on song writing, stage performance, music history, tone and dynamics, as well as, music theory. The week will end with the students playing a concert on Friday July 14th at the SALT Block Auditorium 7pm. All groups will also have the opportunity to perform at the HMF Stage at this year's Oktoberfest in downtown Hickory.
The camp will take place at the Hickory Music Factory from 9am-2:30pm July 10-14th Students will be required to bring their own equipment, which will be locked up when not in use. If you don't feel comfortable leaving your equipment at the HMF facility, you may take it home after each day. Students will also need to bring their own lunch to camp. The camp will provide drinks (sodas, water, etc.) for the students through the week.
The cost of the camp is $225 for HMF student members and $250 for non-members and needs to be paid in full by July 1st. You may also choose to set up a payment plan which still needs to be paid in full by July 1st. If you pay by check PLEASE MAKE IT OUT TO HICKORY MUSIC FACTORY. For more info, please contact the Hickory Music Factory at: 828-308-5659 or firstname.lastname@example.org