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Welcome to the 68th Annual IU Summer Music Clinic
June 15-21, 2014
The Indiana University Summer Music Clinic offers the high school student a musically challenging experience on the beautiful wooded IU campus. Students live in university housing with final concerts presented in the Musical Arts Center. All members of clinic staff are experienced and successful music instructors in their own right. A number of recital and program opportunities are presented throughout the week.
Who is eligible?
Students currently (spring 2014) in grades 8, 9, 10, 11 or 12.
Because this is primarily a band and orchestra camp, every student must participate on a wind, orchestral string, or percussion instrument.
Harp, piano, guitar and voice may not be the student's primary instrument; however, guitar and piano are secondary instruments and may audition for the jazz band.
The IU Summer Music Clinic operates two Concert Bands, an Orchestra and two Jazz Bands. Clinicians include Charles Latshaw, director of the Kent/Blossom Music Festival and the Kent State University Orchestra, Stephen W. Pratt, and Eric M. Smedley, both from the IU Jacobs School of Music. The program also offers small ensemble opportunities in Brass, Woodwind and String ensembles.
- Music Theory
- Double-Reed Making
- Jazz Improvisation
- Woodwind Ensemble
- Brass Techniques
- String Ensemble
- Percussion Ensemble
How can I get more information on the program?
To be added to the email and/or mailing list for IU Summer Music Clinic, click here or call 812-855-1372
Summer Music Clinic Students