The Drury University Jazz Camp, the oldest camp in the state of Missouri, is scheduled for June 17-22 in the Mabee Center for the Performing Arts on the Drury campus. This year's faculty includes some of the finest jazz educators and performers in the region, including local guitarist John Strickler; local bassist Ned Wilkinson; trombonist Rob Tapper, Director of Jazz Activities at Eastern Washington University; trumpeter and arranger Jamey Simmons; pianist Dr. James Miley, Director of Jazz Studies at Willamette University; and Drury University jazz saxophone professor and director of the Drury Jazz Festival and Jazz Camp, Dr. Tina Claussen. The camp is open to high school and middle school students; daily activities include rehearsals, master classes and jam sessions. Each evening at 7:00pm there's a concert featuring members of the Drury Jazz Camp faculty, followed by a jazz session at 8:00. Thursday evening June 21st the concert moves back to 6:30pm and will feature student combos. Friday June 22nd there's a concert at 1:30pm featuring student big bands. For more information call the Drury Music Department at 873-7296 or visit http://music.drury.edu/jazz.html.