This is why I play music
About Us
I love being able to perfect my pieces with other people who play my instrument


Border Music Camp would not be possible without significant generosity from numerous corporations and private individuals. We express our appreciation to them for joining us in our commitment to the musical life of students in the Border region and beyond.

The Scots School Albury - Home of Border Music Camp

The Scots School Albury takes pride in its current and past students; their academic performance and outstanding HSC and NAPLAN results as well as superb involvement in performing arts, exquisite music, sport, outdoor education and service to the community


Donations and funding

We try to keep fees for Border Music Camp as low as possible. Donations to the Camp can be a big help. Every donation is very gratefully received, and all donations over $2 are now tax deductible. Your donation will help keep Camp fees affordable and will assist us in providing financial assistance to get young students to Camp. Please see here for information about donating to Border Music Camp.

  • The Ruth Whyte Bequest, which has generously assisted in enabling the purchase of 63 music stands and trolleys
  • Zonta Club of Wangaratta Inc.
  • Peter and Katie Cerexhe
  • Ursula Genaehr
  • Suzanne Haynes
  • Evelyn Hopkins
  • Robin Smith
  • Lions Club of Albury
  • Lions Club of Wodonga
  • Alastair McKean
  • Ruth and Ross Newman
  • Phil Paterson
  • The Pizzicato Effect, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
  • Alliance Catering
  • Rotary Club of Albury and the Albury Rotary Club Foundation
  • Thurgoona and District Lions Club
  • Thurgoona Public School
  • Murray Conservatorium of Music
  • Thanks to Alliance Catering and The Scots School Albury for generously providing two full boarding scholarships

Publicity Assistance

In-kind Assistance