Christine started working for the International Music Camp in 2005 as a Dean of Girls and is currently one of the two Camp Directors. She taught orchestra (grades 5-12) for five years in Sun Prairie and Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, and most recently in Hong Kong. Christine holds a Master in Education – Professional Development degree from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and a Bachelor of Science in Music Education (Instrumental) from Minnesota State University – Mankato. She currently plays viola in the Minot Symphony Orchestra and for twenty years has been playing viola either in the section or as section principal in the Mesquite Symphony Orchestra, Mankato Symphony Orchestra, Madison Community Orchestra, Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra, and the Hong Kong Chamber Orchestra. Christine is the Interim President of the Minot Symphony Association Board of Directors. Christine also conducts the Minot Community Concert Band with Tim and plays percussion in the ensemble.
In her free time she enjoys walking half marathons, being outdoors, yoga, photography, exploring, her dog Sunshine, and drinking hot tea (black) with honey.
Tim began working at the International Music Camp in the summer of 2005 as a Dean of Boys and is currently serving as Camp Director with his wife Christine. He taught concert band, jazz band, and marching band at Chippewa Falls High School in Wisconsin for four years and elementary general music and choir in Hong Kong for one year. Tim received his Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire where he specialized in oboe and piano. He has worked as a piano and oboe instructor and church accompanist and served as the principal oboist of the Chippewa Valley Symphony and second oboe of the Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra. Tim is currently plays oboe and English Horn in the Minot Symphony Orchestra. He also conducts the Minot Community Concert Band with Christine and plays in the ensemble.
Running, swimming, and biking, making good food, reading, his dog Sunshine, and exploring are some of his favorite hobbies.
Interim Administrative Assistant
Kai graduated with a Percussion Performance degree from Central Michigan University in 2016. He has played with the Minot Symphony Orchestra, and the Minot State Percussion Ensemble this past year. He will be returning to Central Michigan University to pursue a degree in IT this fall. Kai enjoys podcasts, black coffee, and biking.
Sean is a trombonist who studied Music at the University of North Dakota and has performed at the North Dakota Music Educators Association Conference with the UND Wind Ensemble. In 2017, he helped host the first Trombone Day at the University of North Dakota, an event that gathered trombone players from across the US and Canada for master classes and performances. Sean has a number of years in customer service as both a Barista at Starbucks and in the Instrument Department of Poppler’s Music in Grand Forks.
Brent joined the IMC team in 2000 as a Dean of Boys and also served one summer as Director of Students. He is currently Vice-President of the Canadian Board of Directors, where he has served since 2004 and has worked year-round for IMC in the part-time role of Canadian Representative since 2005.
Brent is passionate about arts education and arts administration and is currently the Manager of Education & Community Engagement at the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. He previously served as General Manager of the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra and has experience in the music sales and support industry through his role as Education Services Consultant at Long & McQuade Music. Brent also serves as a member of the leadership team at The Table Church and as member of the Music For All Alliance steering committee.
Brent holds undergraduate degrees in Music and Education from the University of Manitoba and is fluently bilingual in English and French. Brent has taught band, jazz band and exploratory band at the middle years and high school levels at schools inside and outside of Winnipeg. Brent is an active musician and currently plays tenor saxophone in the Winnipeg Wind Ensemble as well as serving as a saxophone clinician in the Winnipeg area. His performance history includes the National Youth Band of Canada, University of Manitoba Concert Band, Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Winnipeg Rifles Band, various saxophone quartets, Winnipeg-based Beatles cover band Billy Shears and faculty bands and ensembles at the International Music Camp.
Joint Board of Directors
Dr. Sigurd Johnson, Fargo, North Dakota – US Board President
Don Timmerman, Winnipeg, Manitoba – Canadian Board President
Robert Chrol, Gimli, Manitoba
Jeff Eckroth, Bismarck, North Dakota
Randy Hall, Washburn, North Dakota
Marissa Hirsch, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Jeanne Jankowski, Bismarck, North Dakota
Brent Johnson, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Jenny Johnson, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Carter Lehmann, Bottineau, North Dakota
Anita Munn, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Carolyn Nelson, Fargo, North Dakota
Val Pearson, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Carolyn Stuwe, Omaha, Nebraska
Greg Tschetter, Minot, North Dakota
Connie Turner, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Rev. Ron Vert, Starbuck, Manitoba
Abby Walker Gaskill, Velva, North Dakota