Georgia Mobile Camp

This Mobile Music Camp is sponsored by Emmanuel Christian Fellowship and is for the Wrightsville, Georgia community. Questions? Please contact Noah Aholelei (


May 3-6, 2018


Emmanuel Christian Fellowship

Wrightsville, Georgia

Classes & Choirs offered

The following classes and choirs are offered at the Illinois Mobile Camp:

  • Rudiments 1
  • Sight Singing 1
  • One Adult Choir

On Thursday and Friday evenings, there will be chapel and congregational singing workshop sessions. To view or download the daily schedule, click the link below.

Georgia Mobile Camp Schedule

What is Rudiments class?

Below is an overview of what you will learn in Rudiments class.


  • Treble and bass clefs; note names and pitches
  • Grand staff
  • Ledger lines
  • Note values (Sixteenth, eighth, quarter, dotted half, etc.)
  • Rests
  • Musical markings: dynamics, tempo, repeats
  • Flats, sharps, and naturals
  • Time signatures, including 2/4, 3/4, 4/4


What is Sight Singing class?

Sight Singing teaches music reading skills through the demonstration and practice of methods and patterns necessary to read pitches and rhythms at sight. Students learn various tips to help in sight reading, and have opportunities to practice skills through class exercises.


  • Learn to understand and use musical symbols, key signatures, meter signatures, dynamic and road map markings.
  • Build proficiency in identifying names of round notes, in both treble and bass clefs.
  • Work on reading rhythms comprised of eighth, quarter, half, and whole notes/rests
  • Learn the basic major scale, with a basic knowledge of hand signs, as well as understand the keys of C and G Major
  • Read and sing in solfege in the keys of C and G Major on the treble or bass staff, using round notes.


What is the dress code?

How do I sign up for Georgia Mobile Camp?

To sign up for camp, click here.

Meet your Instructor

Wendell Glick

Wendell Glick

Waterloo, Ontario

Wendell is a composer, choir director, and music educator, with a particular interest in contemporary hymnody and choral music.  He holds degrees in music composition from Wilfrid Laurier University (BMus), the University of Toronto (MMus) and Western University (PhD), and has taught at Western University, the University of Toronto Scarborough, Faith Builders Educational Programs, Calvary Bible School, and Shenandoah Institute for Music and Art.  Wendell serves as academic director for the New Generation A Cappella Choir Camp in Jamaica and as artistic director of Voices of Shalom and Mennonite Memorial Choir.  He is a deacon and song leader at Countryside Mennonite Fellowship, and enjoys model trains, tree houses, aviation, Lego bricks, rainy days, puzzles, and life in Waterloo with his best friend Janelle and their four lively children.