2017 Indiana Percussion Association State Finals

Chops Percussion was proud to once again be the presenting sponsor of the Indiana Percussion Association.  It was an exciting day of performances at the Hulman Center of Indiana State University (also with great weather this time around!). We’d like to congratulate the IPA board and ISU volunteers who did such a great job of making it a fantastic day and great experience for everyone.  We would also like to congratulate the students, staff and parents on another exciting year of great performances.  It’s amazing what these young musicians are able to achieve, and the talent level seems to increase every year.  Congratulations to everyone involved with performing and constructing these shows, along with all the support staff who made it possible for the students and staff to do what they do!

State Championship Medalist Results

Concert Classes

Scholastic Concert A (PSCA) – Basic Level

  • Warren Central
  • Mount Vernon (Fortville)
  • J. Reitz

Scholastic Concert Open (PSCO) – Intermediate Level

  • Castle
  • Munster
  • Pendleton Heights

Scholastic Concert World (PSCW) – Advanced Level

  • Goshen
  • Fishers
  • Lake Central


Marching Classes

Scholastic A (PSA) – Basic Level

  • Zionsville
  • Carroll
  • DeKalb

Scholastic Open (PSO) – Intermediate Level

  • Fishers
  • Carmel
  • Lawrence Township

Scholastic World (PSW) – Advanced Level

  • Avon
  • Center Grove
  • Franklin Central

Independent World (PIW) – Advanced Level

  • Legacy

For a complete list of results and recaps, please visit www.indianapercussion.org

If you’d like to see some of the shows for the ensembles attending the WGI World Championships, there is a “Preview to Dayton” Saturday, April 15 at Center Grove High School.  You can find details on the IPA website.

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