Clinics and Festivals

District Clinics and Festivals are held in all six of the WMEA Music Districts. See the calendar for specific dates and events.

The district clinics are organized to provide an opportunity for high school students in band and choir programs to experience membership in a large ensemble under the direction of a guest conductor of recognized excellence. 

The district festivals are organized to provide music students an opportunity, as individuals and members of an ensemble, to perform and be evaluated by a music educator other than their own. It enables students to compare their performances with that of other area schools and provide incentive for improvement and continued participation. District Festivals are held during week 41 or 42 of the WHSAA calendar. Festivals serve as opportunities for assessment on the state or district standards based upon a common rubric score. 

 

District Festival Adjudication Forms

Band                 Wind Solo   Brass/WW Ensembles  Instrumental Sight Reading   
Choir   Choral Sight Reading   Vocal Solo    Vocal Ensemble  
Orchestra  String Ensemble  String Solo  Percussion Solo  
Piano      Percussion Ensemble  
    

Jazz Adjudication Forms

Vocal Jazz     Instrumental Jazz

 

The State String Clinic Orchestras are organized to provide an opportunity for high school aged students of the violin, viola, cello, bass and harp to participate in a program designed to enrich their orchestra experience through membership in a large orchestra under the direction of guest conductors of recognized excellence. 

Student string musicians from any accredited high school in Wyoming are eligible and welcome, whether or not there is an orchestra program at their school.

 

 

 

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