DeMoulin Band

DeMoulin Educational Clinic | University of Kentucky

Location Lexington, KY
Event Date(s) May 11, 2019
Ages 13 to 18
Grades 8th to 12th
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Event Description

University of Kentucky Clinic

 » SATURDAY, MAY 11TH, 2019
COST: $25.00
Corner of Cooper Drive and Sports Center Drive
Lexington, KY 40506

A day-long clinic for high school marching band students with emphasis on percussion, color guard and performance.

This Clinic is not designed for beginners. This Clinic is designed to add to the musical foundation that has already been established. Student should typically have at least two years of band experience prior to entering Clinic.

Please print out, complete and return the medical information form.

Students are responsible for transportation to and from the clinic site, or it may be provided by your school.

Some venues require parking permits.  Please be prepared to pay for your parking permit the day of the clinic.  Contact our office or check our website for parking permit requirements and fees if applicable.

Students arrive and register between 8 a.m. and 8:45 a.m.  Check our website ( for registration location and look for signs on campus.  The clinic fee, Health Information Form and Photo Release must be turned in at registration.  You may pay by cash, check or with credit card online.  If your school is paying the tuition, you must bring your check or it must reach our office prior to the clinic.

No meals will be provided by DeMoulin Educational Clinics.  Students are asked to bring lunches or walk to fast food restaurants on campus but remain on campus during break times.

Classes begin with an orientation at 9 a.m. and continue all afternoon and evening until 5 p.m. Lunch will be scheduled from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm.  Students can bring lunch or walk to a nearby food court on campus.

Students will receive a complete detailed schedule upon arrival.

The DeMoulin Educational final program will start at 4:30 p.m.  This program will last approximately 30 minutes.   The location of the final program will be given during registration.

WHAT TO WEAR AND WHAT TO BRING:Students should wear comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and wear appropriate closed toe shoes.  Students may also wish to bring a sweatshirt or light jacket for events taking place indoors.  Most of the classes will be held outside so it is imperative that the students bring sunscreen and drink plenty of water.
Students should bring:  Sunscreen/Aloe, Water Bottle, Spending money, Equipment

Students are expected to bring all their own equipment (flags, rifles, battery percussion, etc.). Front ensemble instrumentalists should bring at least one pair of either Marimba or Vibraphone mallets.  Front Ensemble Instruments will be provided by the host school of the clinic. DeMoulin Educational Clinics will not provide any extra equipment.  Label all of your equipment.  WE CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST ARTICLES.

SUPERVISION AND SAFETY:The clinic is supervised by the DeMoulin Educational Clinic Staff.  Each student is expected to comply with the standards set forth by their individual schools as well as the Clinic Staff and the school/location hosting the clinic.  All problems that cannot be efficiently dealt with will result in the student or students involved being sent home immediately and no refunds will be made.

Students are not permitted to leave the campus at any time except in case of an emergency.  If a parent must take a student off campus, written permission must be provided and arrangements must be made prior to or during registration.

You or your family insurance policy will cover medical expenses during the clinic for all illnesses and injuries.  Your insurance policy number must be listed on the Health Form.