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Now accepting nominations for honors ensemble participants for 2019.


Now accepting applications for performing ensembles.


Coming to the West Kentucky Percussion Festival in March 2019:

Dr. Julie Hill, Joe Hobbs, Dr. Matthew Geiger, Michelle Lewis, William Ellis and Edward Freytag

New for 2019 will be the West Kentucky Honors Percussion Ensemble with Dr. Julie Hill.  Returning for 2019 will be the Honors Drum Line.  The 2019 Drum line will be under the direction of Mr. Joe Hobbs.


2018 CLINIC SPONSORS


2018 West Kentucky Percussion Festival was held on March 24, 2018

FEATURING: DR. ERIC WILLIE, DR. JASON KOONTZ, DR. BRANDON ARVAY, ADAM HOPPER, LUCAS ALLEN, KATELYNN WARD and TYLER CASEY


The 2018 event featured the West Kentucky High School Honors Drumline

The Honors Drumline featured students from Barren County, Central Hardin, Christian County, Graves County, Hopkinsville, Logan County, Muhlenberg County, Murray, Owensboro, Southwestern, and Warren East.  Members rehearsed on Friday, March 23 with Dr. Eric Willie in preparation for the
marching percussion clinic
on March 24th as part of the West Kentucky Percussion Festival.

Also featured was the 2018 HONORS CAJON ENSEMBLE

Members of the cajon ensemble rehearsed on Friday, March 23 with Dr. Jason Koontz in preparation for his cajon clinic on March 24th as part of the West Kentucky Percussion Festival.

Participating schools for 2018 include: Barren County, Central Hardin, Christian County High School, Christian County Middle School, George Rogers Clark, Graves County, Hopkins County Central, Hopkinsville, Logan County, Murray High School, Murray Middle School, Owensboro, Southwestern, Warren East and Muhlenberg County High School & Middle School.


Admission for the day is $5.00.
Admission to the event includes all clinics and performances. One door prize ticket is included with admission; additional door prize tickets are available for purchase.

ConcessionsConcessions are available in the cafeteria throughout the day.

Something For All Ages:
 The clinics are aimed at high school and middle school students and also informative for educators and college students as well. The performing groups ranged from elementary through high school.

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