Everyone is invited to the Band Department’s Spring Concert on Wednesday, May 25th at 7pm in the auditorium. The concert will feature the Concert Band, Wind and Jazz Ensembles, and multiple Percussion Groups. The concert will conclude with a piece of music specifically arranged in tribute to Gabe Chester.
This coming Sunday is the TA Choral Department Concert at 3:00 P.M. in the school auditorium. Come hear traditional choral works along with "California Dreamin'", "Lion King", "And So It Goes" among others.
The groups performing will be Concert Choir, Mixed Chorale, TA Singers, Chamber Singers, Knighthawks, Knightingales and Combined Department. These groups rated Superior and Excellent at State Choral Assessment. Thirty-six of these students placed in District Choir and three went to All State Chorus. They are a very talented group ready to share their hard work with you.
Concert is FREE!
Interested in joining the 2016-17 Marching Knights? Forms are now available in the band room and on the band website. The Band is a Virginia Honor Band receiving numerous awards and recognition statewide Don’t play an instrument? Then join our Guard. They perform dance and flag routines with the band. NO experience is required and there is NO audition. Next year the Marching Knights will be performing in Universal Studios, Florida. Forms and schedules are available in the band room. See Mr. Nash if you have questions.
Signed up for choir? Didn't sign up but still want to join? It’s not too late! Choir is a great place to check out from the stress of everyday, learn music and have fun all at the same time. No experience required! Auditions for choir will be May 9th and 10th directly after school for next year. There is a sign-up outside the choir room. If you have questions please see Mr. Dunlap.
Congratulations to the following French students for receiving awards for the National French Contest: Charlotte Hanson and Nikki Hoover in French 3 and Kevin Cavazos, Megan Comfort and Anthony Malabad in French 4. Anthony Malabad will receive a medal for scoring in the 80th percentile in the nation. His national ranking was 20th.
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