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Summer Kemp: ACHS Band at Lafayette Invitational

Clinicians comment on recorded performances, and then perform a second time. It was a very exciting and informative weekend

By Summer Kemp

The accompany photos were taken at the first annual Lafayette Invitational where bands were recorded and had a session following their performance with a clinician. The band was taken to an auditorium where they were able to watch the recorded show and hear comments from the clinician about the show.

They then performed a second time where they were judged yet again. Clinicians were in the judges box and on the field as they performed. We were rated against some of the best bands in the state. This was a very exciting and informative weekend. - Summer



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Summer Greer shows talent in ballad in 'Errand into the Maze'



2016-09-23 - Lafayette HS, Lexington, KY - Photo by Summer Kemp (c) .
Summer Greer, a junior at ACHS, showing her talent during the ballad of the show "Errand into the Maze." - Summer Kemp

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ACHS Band at Lafayette Invitational: Lauren Talley



2016-09-23 - Lafayette High School, Lexington, KY - Photo by Summer Kemp (c).
Lauren Talley, a senior and in her second year as field commander, saluting the crowd during the second performance. - Summer Kemp

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ACHS Marching Band performing 'Errand into the Maze'



2016-09-23 - Lafayette High School, Lexington, KY - Photo by Summer Kemp (c).
Members of the Adair County HS Marching Band, performing their show "Errand into the Maze." - Summer Kemp

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