Does your middle school or high school student love jazz?

Registration is open now through June 19 for the ninth annual Dixieland Jazz Workshop June 26-29 at Winona State University.

The workshop will allow middle and high school students to explore jazz music and perform in a local jazz festival on the WSU campus at noon Saturday, June 29.

Students may attend a four-day workshop or a two-day workshop. The four-day workshop runs June 26-29 and costs $249 per student, which includes overnight accommodations in WSU residence halls and a meal plan. Local students who do not need accommodations may attend for $209. The two-day workshop runs June 28-29 and costs $119 per student. Local students who do not need accommodations may attend for $99.

Students who participate in the four-day workshop will also perform Thursday, June 27.

To register, visit http://www.winona.edu/conferencing/dixieland.asp.

The Dixieland Jazz Workshop is sponsored by the WSU Music Department and directed by WSU Music Professor Rich MacDonald. MacDonald performs regularly as a drummer and vibraphonist at jazz venues in the Southeastern Minnesota/Western Wisconsin region. He is also principal percussionist with the La Crosse Symphony Orchestra.

For more information, call 507-474-3900 or email camps@winona.edu.