Music Clinic

Forms & FAQ

Once admitted, students must submit all required forms by Monday, June 1, 2020.

Download Forms (coming soon)

This form is needed to meet with someone not associated with Clinic: Non-IU meeting Authorization
This form is needed to ride in car of someone not associated with Clinic: Transportation Release
This release form is for students who are 18 years old: Program release

Camp Information - coming in 2020:
  1. 2020 Schedule
  2. Clinic Map
  3. Packing Checklist

Frequently Asked Questions

What was on the 2019 Finale Concert?
Orchestra:  Verdi: La Forza del Destino; Conni Ellisor: Conversations in Silence (movements 1-2); Dvorak: Symphony No. 8 (movement 1)

Crimson Band: Ticheli: Sun Dance; Saucedo: Hymn for the Cream and Crimson; Ryan George: Jinx; Jack Stamp: Variations on a Bach Chorale

Cream Band: Biedenbender: Stomp; Alfred Reed: Nocturne, Op. 9; Etazady: Anahita; Sousa: The Gallant Seventh

If I do not request a roommate, will I be assigned with someone the same age as me?
Yes. We make our assignments based on your year in school. Occasionally students are assigned with someone a bit older or a bit younger; however, every effort is made to match students up with someone the same age.
 
Should I bring any money to the Clinic?
Most students bring about $50-$60. Technically the cost of the Clinic covers all lodging, meals, etc.; however, many of the students choose to eat at places like Mother Bear’s Pizza and to buy souvenirs from places like TIS Bookstore. We also have a Night at the Union and having some pocket money would pay for games and food.
 
What do I need to prepare for auditions?
Click on "Auditions" in the left menu.

What pieces have been performed in the past on the final concerts?
Orchestra programs
Cream Band programs
Crimson Band programs