Margie Camp currently teaches the Vocal and General Music Methods classes as well as the Music Lab for Elementary Education students at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Mrs. Camp taught public school music for the past 30 years and retired from the Cherry Creek School District in June, 2004. Her last 15 years of teaching were spent as choir director at Campus Middle School, where she had over 450 6th, 7th and 8th grade students actively involved in CMS choirs. Margie also directed two major musical productions a year. Choirs from Campus Middle School performed at many Colorado Music Educators Association Clinic/Conferences and the Eighth Grade Treble Choir performed at the 1996 SWACDA Convention in Dallas, Texas. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, Mrs. Camp served the Cherry Creek School District as the music coordinator.
Margie is currently the President of Colorado ACDA. She is also treasurer for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of American Orff Schulwerk Association and the CMEA Publications Manager. Mrs. Camp is the assistant director of the Colorado Women’s Chorale and the Director of Education and Administration for the Young Voices of Colorado.
Margie has served as clinician, adjudicator and director for various workshops, contests and honor choirs throughout the United States. Prior to coming to Colorado, Margie taught in San Antonio, Texas for thirteen years. While in Texas, she served the Texas Choral Director’s Association as Secretary/Treasurer and the Texas Music Educator’s Association in many leadership capacities. Mrs. Camp received her Bachelor of Music Degree from Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas), her Master of Music from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and her Specialist in Education from the University of Colorado at Denver. Margie received her Level Two Orff Training from UNC in 2005.