Thursday Evening, May 18
Opening by Momentum – Stephanie Smith and Chelsea Smith, Directors
Beethoven’s Bellmen – Jeffrey T Parthun, Sr
Bolivia – Dan Heslink
Diners Club – Chris Crockarell
This song was done by playing plates, glasses, and other things that were on the table.
Striking Spruce String Ensemble – Shenna C. Shirk, Director
Bob Lipton, edited by J. Cameron Law
String Orchestra – Shenna C. Shirk Director
A Million Miles Away – Francis J. Caravella
Lullaby – Francis J. Caravella
La Rejouissance – from “Royal Fireworks Music”
George F. Handel – arr. Richard Meyer
Coming of Age – Sean O’Loughlin
The Jazz Band – John Brackbill, Director
This is what we had been waiting for because Ian plays percussion.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney, arr. Michael Sweeney
Jump, Jive an’ Wail
Louis Prima, arr. Roger Holmes
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
John Lennon and Paul McCartney – arr. Michael Sweeney
This little guy was quite entertaining as he pretended to be the backup director.
Mark Ronson, Bruno Mars, Philip Lawrence, Jeff Bhasker, Devon Gallaspy and Nicholaus Williams – arr. Michael Sweeney
I went back to my seat – after standing in the right front corner of the balcony – and this was my view of the Concert Choir. We always choose the balcony so we can see Ian in the band.
Concert Choir – Stephanie Magarao, Director
Yonder Com Day – arr. Tucker
Oye – Jim Papoulis
Aurora Borealis – Amy Bernon
This was sung to a Power Point presentation
We Are the World 25 for Haiti – arr. Emerson
Stand By Me – arr. Emerson
Featuring 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Boys
Meistersingers – Stephanie Magaro, Director
Lux Aeterna – Christi Jones
Clouds – Zach Sobeich, arr. beck
Concerto No. 3 in D (II. Andante) – D. B. Kabalevsky – Margaret Marsch and Andrew Rajaratnam on piano
Notice: he is playing without sheet music!
Andrew is AMAZING on the piano.
Ian in the Concert Band – John Brackbill, Director
Ian is on the far right next to the curtain.
Allegory – Michael Kamuf
Dynamo – Todd Statler
Invocation and African Dance – Matt Conaway
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
John Williams, arr. Robert Longfield – Performed by the 5th & 6th Grade Band.
I enjoy these programs and watching Ian grow in his percussion skills.