A Young Peoples’ Concert & Music Fair
Thursday May 8, 2014
LHS Symphonic Band
. . . specially designed for all elementary students of all ages
6:10 pm – MUSIC FAIR – Meet the Instruments / Visit tables displaying families of instruments
See woodwind, brass, string & percussion instruments up-close, demonstrated by HS performers
6:30 pm – YOUNG PEOPLES’ CONCERT – Free HS Band Concert Fun selections chosen for a young audience in an informal setting
OTHER ATTRACTIONS / Optional of course . . .
Kids can take turns conducting the LHS Band . . .(bring your camera)
Sit on floor next to your favorite instrument as musicians play . . .
Participate in a Grand March around the gym . . .(final activity)
Sponsored by Tri-M Music Honor Society
The calendar is $15, with $5 going to the student’s account. Click on the link above for the order form. Please make checks payable to FOM (no cash please) and deposit in the “Calendar Box” in the Band Room. Orders can be picked up at the December 4th Friends of Music (FOM) meeting (7:00-8:30) or will be distributed to students in their music class. Calendars will also be available for purchase at the Dec. & Jan. FOM meetings as well as at the winter concerts. Contact Judy Hayes at 434-5082 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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Welcome Home Lancers!
Students, staff, and chaperones left on Sunday, April 21, traveling by bus to Logan Airport, then flying JetBlue to Orlando. All flights arrived on time. Participants were then bussed to Disney’s Hollywood Studio. It was a wet and rainy day, but that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm! Tower of Terror, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, and many other attactions kept the Lancers busy for the day.
Monday was a Marching Band performance day at Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Students had most of the day to go on rides and enjoy the park. The Marching Band and Color Guard were the Pre-Parade for the Main Street Electrical Parade that evening. The band marched down Main Street USA toward Cinderella’s Castle, then over toward Frontier Land. They looked great and performed well under the lights.
Tuesday was a sunny and warm performance day for the Jazz Ensemble, Chorus and Orchestra in Downtwon Disney. Students had time for shopping and and lunch before and between performances. Each group performed extremely well and were well received by the enthusiastic crowd.
After the perfomances, students traveled to EPCOT for the rest of the day. FASTPASS was quickly obtained for Soarin’ and Test Track. The lines in the park were very reasonable, and many students went on rides several times.
Wednesday dawned bright and sunny again for the Marching Band performance day in Universal Studios. Breakfast was a delicious buffet at the Hard Rock Cafe. Students had park to park passes for both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. The parks are right next to each other, a 3 minute walk from one to the other. It was a warm day for a parade, but the students did great! The crowds along the parade route had high praise for our students.
Thursday was a free day for the students, again at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Water and sunscreen were the order of the day. We ended the day at Cirque du Soleil in Downtown Disney and a pasta dinner back at the hotel.
Friday was our travel day. Flight B was out first, well before sunrise, then Flight A. Flight C was delayed in Orlando, and then was followed closely by Flight D.
Special thanks to all the staff, chaperones, and medical who worked on this trip. This trip could not have happened without them.
… And you had a good time!