From a Fred J. Miller press release: A hands-on Cavaliers workshop will be the capstone event of a Fred J. Miller clinic at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, from June 13 to June 16. The Cavaliers' clinic happens Monday, June 14 at 6:30 p.m. Students attending the clinic will get the chance to participate in a hands-on session with the corps, as well as see an early season run-through of the Cavalier's 2004 program, "007." Learn more about the clinic
Fred J. Miller clinics offer a non-competitive atmosphere where the students are given the opportunity to perform in front of their peers in a non-stressful environment. The clinics strive to develop strong fundamental skills in each curriculum, as well as the development of team building and motivational skills, according to Terry Freeman, Fred J. Miller's director of marketing. Other Miller clinical offerings include sessions for flag, rifle, saber, drum majors, student leadership, dance lines, twirlers, majorettes and percussion groups. Fred J. Miller is the nation's leader in summer training clinics for performing groups. The clinics are held throughout the country with an all-inclusive curriculum to foster unity within your group. Private clinics are also offered -- bringing the program directly to you -- personalized to the special needs of your group. The FJM clinic staff is recruited from top college marching bands, dance lines and majorette lines in the country. In addition, the color guard staff is recruited from top drum corps and winter guards including the Blue Devils, Cavaliers, Pride of Cincinnati, Northern Lights, Blessed Sacrament and the cast of "BLAST!," just to name a few. This is Fred J. Miller's 45th year holding summer clinics, which will be held at 28 sites this summer in 19 different states.
Students learn choreography at a recent Fred J. Miller clinic.