Band at the Beach © is a 501c3 non-profit organization advocating
quality music in our schools.
Band at the Beach and Beach Orchestra Music Camp started in the Point Loma area and
has been meeting the first week of August since 1988. Young musicians
from over 27 schools throughout San Diego County now participate
in the camp program. In addition, Band at the Beach © offers extra-curricular instruction, coaching assistance in local
schools and provides
piano accompaniment for competitions.
As a non-profit, Band at the Beach © depends entirely on tuitions
and donations to continue with its mission of keeping quality music
in our schools. We welcome monetary contributions from all who
are friends of music. Donations of available services and merchandise
coupons are also welcomed and appreciated for their use as incentives
and daily raffle prizes which help raise money for scholarships,
staff honorariums, music purchases, licensing, liability insurance,
rent, custodial service, nutrition breaks and website maintenance.
Band at the Beach © is a
501c3 non-profit organization . More information is available
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Thanks so much for helping me get back into playing the trumpet. D.B.
Thanks for all you have done . . . teaching music, writing letters, taking me to Festivals. I won't forget any of it. A.C.
Thanks for continuing great work to help young people experience the magic Of music. D. G.
I was especially impressed with the Band at the Beach performance. S..R.
What an amazing gift you given to the children of San Diego. .C.
We had the great privilege of being in the audience for
the Band at the Beach concert on the 18th. There are no words
strong enough to express our admiration for the adults and
the students involved and the great concert they were able
to present. Everyone involved should be immensely proud of
his and her efforts.
Our grandson played the tuba in the concert. He told us
that he was amazed at the superiority of the teachers that
week over the teachers he has had in other situations. His
verbatim comment was "These are real teachers!"
Thank you to you for your leadership and for allowing us
to hear the results.