Registration Opens for International Music Camp
Posted by KSJB News on 1/31/2017 7:19:00 AM. 

DUNSEITH, ND (submitted) -Registration is now open for the 62nd Season of the International Music Camp.  Founded in 1956, The International Music Camp Summer School of Fine Arts offers a wide array of cultural study for students and adults.  In weekly sessions, students of all ages gain concentrated knowledge in their particular area of interest in Music, Dance, Creative Writing, Visual Arts, Theatre, and several other Fine Arts disciplines.  A staff of 150+ artist-teachers, internationally noted guest conductors, and outstanding clinicians from the United States and Canada provide instruction to students from around the world.

Campers can register by going to the International Music Camp website at and clicking on the “Registration Info” button at the top of the page or by calling the IMC Winter office at 701-838-8472.  Early Bird Pricing of $400.00 USD for the basic tuition remains in effect until May 1, 2017.  After May 1, 2017, the normal tuition rate of $415.00 USD applies.  Some programs have additional fees and private lessons are offered for music programs.  Campers are encouraged to register early as some programs and sessions do fill up.  For questions, please contact our office staff by calling 701-838-8472 or e-mailing

Passports are not required to get in and out of the International Peace Garden, but are the recommended form of identification.  If you do not already have a passport, you will need a birth certificate (everyone in the vehicle) and photo ID (if you are 16 or older) to return to your country of origin upon leaving IMC and the Peace Garden.  Each passenger in the vehicle is expected to present these documents. This special exemption applies only to the Dunseith and Boissevain ports of entry. Passports will be required for US citizens to travel to Canada and for Canadians to enter the US.

For more information, contact: Christine & Tim Baumann, Camp Directors

International Music Camp


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