PASIC 2019 Interactive Clinic
Clinicians: Roger Carter and Iain Moyer
About Roger Carter
Roger Carter has decades of drumming experience. He was first introduced to the world of marching percussion as a student at Mission Viejo High School, and continued his drumming development in Southern California with the Kingsmen and the Velvet Knights. Afterward he spent four years as a member of the Concord Blue Devils, culminating with two years as center snare/section leader, a DCI championship title, and a high percussion award. He then spent six years as a staff member with the Blue Devils, winning three DCI titles and two high percussion awards. Roger continued his drum corps teaching experience with the Crossmen and later the Madison Scouts.
He has worked with Riverside Community College, the Freelancers (where he was battery caption head/arranger from 2002-2009), and spent ten years as a battery instructor for James Logan High School in Union City, CA.
In 2012, Carter joined the percussion staff of the Bluecoats as a snare tech. In 2013 he assumed the role of Percussion Caption Head, a position he presently holds. He is also a battery instructor for Mission Viejo High School, Dana Hills High School, and Capistrano Valley High School in Southern California.
Roger Carter proudly uses Vic Firth Sticks/Mallets, Evans Drumheads, and is a performing artist with TAMA Marching Percussion.
About Iain Moyer
Dr. Iain Moyer has served as the Front Ensemble Arranger for The Boston Crusaders since 2017. Previously, Moyer has served on the Percussion Staff of The Cadets as an arranger and instructor. During Moyer’s tenure The Cadets won their 10th DCI World Championship in 2011 and the Cadets Percussion section received the 2013 Fred Sanford Award for Best Percussion Performance.
Moyer is the Director of Athletic Bands and Music Programs Recruiter at Widener University. As Director of Athletic Bands, he oversees all aspects of the Widener University Marching Band and Basketball Pep Band. Moyer also directs the Widener Percussion Ensemble and teaches private lessons.
Iain Moyer is a signature artist with Vic Firth and is endorsed by Remo, Yamaha, and Zildjian.
The Interactive Clinic will take place during PASIC
on Friday, November 15, 2019!
ABOUT THE INTERACTIVE CLINIC
The Interactive Clinic is a “Non-Competitive Format” where two accomplished and experience clinicians will evaluate your group’s performance, and work with your students for up to 30 minutes. Unlike most events, you do not have to bring your full ensemble. You can bring any combination of performers from your marching percussion section.
All ensemble members must be current members of the Percussive Arts Society at the VIP or All Access individual level, or part of an active Group Membership, through November 30, 2019. It is the Director’s responsibility to verify all ensemble participants are active PAS Members prior to submitting the roster. Participating students can join PAS, or renew their membership here.
The $100 registration fee must accompany each ensemble entry. This fee guarantees your participation in the clinic.
- Option 1 – $25/student: includes a Single-day Badge for Friday, which students can use to attend all PASIC activities for the day (Nov. 15, 2019).
- Option 2 – $75/student: includes a Four-day Badge, which students can use to attend all PASIC activities for the duration of PASIC (Nov. 13-16, 2019).
- The Balance of the ensemble registration fee is due October 1, 2019.
Each participating ensemble must have 3 or more performers. Any high school or university ensemble may enter. All ensemble members must be full-time students at the high school or university they are representing. High School ensembles who have Jr. High / Middle School students participating in the ensemble will need to be given special consideration to participate. Please contact the PAS offices at (317) 974-4488 for details.
COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE / PERMISSION TO ARRANGE
The Percussive Arts Society requires all ensembles to document copyright law compliance. Please complete the Copyright Clearance form including the composer, arranger, and copyright owner for each selection to be performed, even if you own the copyright. If you are performing an arrangement of a copyrighted work, submit the Request for Permission to Arrange form to the copyright holder. Please note that the copyright holder is not always the composer of the work. Completed forms must be submitted to Percussive Arts Society no later than October 1, 2019. Without this documentation on file, ensembles will not be allowed to perform at PASIC.
SELECTION OF PARTICIPANTS
Entries must include completed Registration Form and Payment. Entries will be accepted in the order they are emailed, faxed, or postmarked. If applications are postmarked the same day, performance order will be determined by a random draw at the PAS office.
All registration forms and documentation must be received by the Percussive Arts Society on or before October 1, 2019. The complete schedule for the Marching Festival will be posted on the PASIC website by the end of October.
- Each ensemble is responsible for providing, moving, and storage of their own equipment.
- Each ensemble may perform the director’s choice of: cadence, exercises, grooves, halftime show music, sections of competition music, etc.
- Each ensemble does not need to bring a full percussion section. You can bring any sub-section or combination of sections: battery, front ensemble, tenors, snares, bass drums, cymbals; or, you can bring just the snares and bass drums, or tenors and fron ensemble – whatever you like.
The $100 Registration fee due with application is non-refundable. A service charge of $25 will be charged for any returned checks.
PLEASE NOTE: Ensembles that are not accepted to perform in the Marching Percussion Festival will be refunded all participation fees. PAS is not reponsible for any additional expenses incurred.
After receiving your registration confirmation email, complete your Copyright Clearance and Permission to Arrange forms. Final payment and completed forms must be submitted to Percussive Arts Society no later than October 1, 2019.