Campolindo Music Student Council 2018-2019

     Aman Malhotra (Orchestra)
     Adriana Derksen (Band) 

Co-Vice President: 	
     Katie Ye (Orchestra)
     Carissa Zhu (Band)

Jazz Representative:
     To be elected at he start of the school year

Campo Music Boosters Board & Committee Chairs 2018-19

President                  Jennifer & Mel Gilmour
Vice President(s)          Denise Nomura
Concert Attire             Tina Donovan
Welcome Back BBQ           Cynthia Granicher & Laura Money Smyrl 
POPS Potluck               Amy Kikugawa & Laura Money Smyrl
Homecoming Snack Shack     Claudia Miyar & Michelle Clancy
Hospitality (Band)         Cheryl Evans & Jari Hazard
Hospitality (Orchestra)    Reena Malhotra & Kim Sutherland
Jazz Dinner Dance          Shelly Muray, Stacy Giglio & Christine Swihart
Senior Gifts               Erika Pringsheim-Moore
Publicity                  Kathy Torres
Webmaster & Email          Paul Derksen, Nanci Thomas
Newsletter Layout          Tina Riepe
Photography                Vadim Mikulinsky
Treasurer                  Bill Doherty
Advisor                    Maestro Johnny Johnson, Director

Concert Attire


Boys’ Concert Attire
Boys in Concert Band are required to wear a black, long-sleeved, button down shirt; black dress pants; black dress shoes; black dress socks (crew-length or longer); and a tie of any color. A black coat is optional. These items may be purchased at the store(s) of your choice.

Boys in Orchestra, Symphonic Band, and both Jazz Bands will need to wear a tuxedo (jacket, slacks, shirt, cummerbund, bow tie, studs & cuff links), black dress shoes, and black dress socks (crew-length or longer).

Click here to view requirements for all boys. If you need to purchase a tuxedo, please print a copy of the document and take it with you to The Men’s Wearhouse (map). The deadline to order tuxes at The Men’s Wearhouse is September 14, 2018.

Girls’ Concert Attire
Girls in all instrumental music groups will need to wear black concert dresses and solid black, low-heeled shoes. Girls who already have the required dress do not need to order a new one. Cello players have the option to order a tunic w/long black pants, if desired. Attire may be purchased through Music Boosters. Dresses are $85, Pants/Tunic are $97. For more info, click here. Checks may be made payable to “Campolindo Music Boosters.” Freshman girls, contact Tina Donovan if you know you’ll be ordering a dress or pants/tunic. Stop by the Campo Instrumental Music table during Cougar Day to be measured, or make arrangements with Jennifer to get measured.

Dress & Tux Donations
We welcome any donations of concert dresses and tuxes that are still in good condition. If you would like to arrange for pick-up of donated items, or if you have questions about Concert Attire, please contact Tina Donovan.

Donation Form

Click here for 2018-2019 donation form.

Archived “Take Note” Newsletters

Parent Music Boosters Info

Music Boosters play an integral role in enriching the music education of our students, and in building a music-supportive community within and beyond the walls of Campolindo. Although the Board positions are filled for the current year, we often need volunteers for specific events, such as helping the hospitality hosts manage the post-concert receptions, the Pops Potluck in October, finishing touches for the fantastic jazz dinner dance in February, and so on. We are also hoping this year to make it easier for students and families to coordinate attending together (if they so wish) some of the concerts students attend for the purposes of completing performance reviews. Volunteering as you are able with specific events, and becoming a Board member in the future, are great ways to get more familiar with Campolindo, its student musicians, and their parents and families. If you have questions or are interested in getting involved, please contact Jennifer Gillmour, President.

For more information, please click the About Us tab.

Campo Students perform at Carnegie Hall

Four Campolindo students were among the finalists chosen to perform at Carnegie Hall in February through the High School Honors Performance Series. Read the article in the Lamorinda Weekly.