The seminar will be held August 5-10 at Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, N.Y.

Campers will gather for five days of intensive workshops and seminars, deep listening, musical exploration and improvisation.

“Our camp environment should be the perfect setting for self discovery, improvisation and interplay,” said drummer Billy Martin. “Hopefully, we’ll get students to focus and develop their own vocabulary and sound on their instruments.”

A typical day at Camp MMW will begin with a breakfast buffet with the band, followed by a master class/seminar, lunch, freetime and workshop groups with individual band members and special guests.

“Being in MMW for the past 17 years has taught me things you can’t learn in school,” said bassist Chris Wood. “I hope to pass some of that experience on to the students who come to our camp.”

After dinner activities will include a performance and jam sessions, films and discussion, a bonfire, a dance party and other entertainment.

Camp MMW is for musicians 16 and up and is limited to 80 students. Applicants must provide a recording of their work. All instruments are welcome with an eye toward creating variety.

“It’s been a dream of mine to get many musicians together to share creative ideas and that’s exactly what I hope happens at Camp MMW,” said keyboardist John Medeski.

Applications, along with pricing and complete information, are available at Deadline for submissions is May 1.