All-State Music Clinic

Each year, the NCCSA sponsors an All-State Music Clinic in which band and choir students from across the state come together to learn and rehearse music for a concert on the last day of a three-day event. For band, each student auditions for three levels of band:  Honors Band, Symphonic Band, and Concert Band. With the assistance of Kevin Elston (Band Committee), Yoshi Nakamura (Band Committee), Jim Burk (Band Committee), LeRoy Barley (Band Committee), Brent Brondyke (Band Audition Chairman), and Josh Baer (Choir Chairman), this Music Clinic has grown through the years both in the number of participants as well as in the quality of music.

   

2021 NCCSA All-State Music Clinic Information

  • 2021 NCCSA All-State Music Clinic Master Schedule
  • 2021 NCCSA All-State Music Clinic Registration Information
  • 2021 NCCSA All-State Music Clinic Concert Tickets (Available November 1)
  • 2021 NCCSA All-State Music Clinic Performance Location Details
  • 2021 NCCSA All-State Music Clinic Audition Instructions
  • 2021 All-State Choir Intro Letter
  • Rehearsal Setup Document
  • 2021 NCCSA All-State Music Clinic FAQs
  • COVID-19 Protocols for Thursday/Friday Rehearsals at WCA and HCS
    1. Currently, there are no state-level mandated capacity restrictions. However, some cities, counties, and townships have implemented face covering mandates for indoor activities. The policies below follow the protocols set by Wake County as well as those followed by Wake Christian Academy.
      1. Note: Hilltop Christian School is not under the same jurisdiction and mandates as Wake Christian Academy. However, because WCA and HCS are the clinic’s two rehearsal locations and are in close proximity, the same protocols are to be followed at both locations.
    2. Please review the seating and mask requirements below that will be followed for the rehearsals at Wake Christian Academy and Hilltop Christian School on Thursday and Friday, November 11–12.
      1. Face Coverings for Adult Chaperones: To respect and follow the policies of Wake County and WCA, chaperones should wear a face covering when inside on WCA and HCS campus at all times unless eating. Adult chaperones should sit six feet away from someone in a different family.
      2. Face Coverings for Participating Students: To respect and follow the policies of Wake County and WCA, all participating students should wear a face covering when inside at all times unless actively playing, singing, or eating.
  • COVID-19 Protocols for Saturday Rehearsals and Concert Performances at SEBTS
    1. Currently, there are no state-level mandated capacity restrictions. However, some cities, counties, and townships have implemented face covering mandates for indoor activities. The policies below follow the protocols set by the Town of Wake Forest as well as those followed by Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
    2. Please review the seating and mask requirements below that will be followed for the rehearsals and performances at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on Saturday, November 13.
    3. Seating is general admission on a first-come, first-served basis. All seating should be on the lower level if possible. Please make sure that children seated in any other areas are supervised.
    4. Attendees from different families should sit six feet apart.
    5. Face Coverings for Adults: To respect and follow the policies of the Town of Wake Forest and SEBTS, attendees should wear a face covering when inside while on SEBTS campus at all times until seated. Attendees sitting less than six feet away from someone in a different family should continue to wear face coverings.
    6. Face Coverings for Participating Students: To respect and follow the policies of the Town of Wake Forest and SEBTS, all participating students should wear a face covering when inside while on SEBTS campus at all times until seated or actively playing or singing.
    7. Note: COVID-19 protocols are subject to change and will be communicated closer to the event.