All-Star Band Clinic
42nd Annual All-Star Band Clinic
When: November 15-17, 2018
Where: Asbury University (Wilmore, Ky.)
Who: Outstanding high school band members from Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, etc.
The Asbury University Music Department invites high school band musicians to apply to participate in the 41st Annual All-Star Band Clinic. Participating students will stay in campus housing, participate in rehearsals and clinics, attend concerts by university ensembles and perform in the culminating concert in Asbury’s Hughes Auditorium.
Schedule: Download the clinic schedule.
Apply Today! (Application Deadline: Oct. 15, 2018)
- Online Application: Students can use this easy and fast online application to apply to be a member of the All-Star Band. You will need access to a credit/debit card or checking account to complete the application, unless your registration will be paid by your school. An email will be sent to your band director or private teacher for their recommendation. Just click on the link and complete your application.
- Paper Application – If you would prefer to apply by mail, complete one of the forms below and mail with your registration fee.
- Word Form – fill in the requested fields, print the form, add requested signatures and director’s recommendation. Mail the completed form with your registration fee.
- PDF Form – fill in the requested fields, print the form, add requested signatures and director’s recommendation. Mail the completed form with your registration fee.
Carol Dary Dunevant – Guest Conductor:
Ms. Dunevant began her teaching and conducting career in Kansas where her ensembles quickly grew in size and reputation, earning top honors at festivals. She holds a Bachelor and Masters
degree from the University of Kansas and doctoral work at the College-Conservatory of Cincinnati where she studied with Eugene Corporon. Conducting teachers and coaches have included H. Robert Reynolds, Frank Battisti, Larry Rachleff, Jorge Perez-Gomez, and Elizabeth Green.
She has conducted throughout the United States and internationally leading both wind bands and full orchestras. Her passion for working with students and creating music at the highest level has led Ms. Dunevant to divide her time between conducting a chamber wind ensemble and a brass band with managing two full youth orchestras, a pre-conservatory program for gifted student musicians, serving as a liaison for a Diversity Fellowship between the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati.
Ms. Dunevant holds professional and honorary memberships in many organizations and is a frequent presenter and speaker about Frank Simon, Meredith Wilson, and other historical band figures. She has been keynote speaker in the Tau Beta Sigma “Women in Music” Series and has presented to the Society of American Music Band Interest Group at their National Conference. A dedicated teacher and conductor, Ms. Dunevant is committed to building a solid musical foundation for audiences young and old.