If you didn’t catch the halftime show, here’s a replay: Video Ad (youtube.com)
If you did catch it live- I want to bring your attention to the Marching Band. Yes, that’s in our music lab theme and it’s really great that they gave us an amazing example of what a marching band can do (and actually the whole thing is pretty awesome).
So, that is Jackson State University Marching Band and they’re also called the Sonic Boom of the South. They spent ten days in Las Vegas to get ready for the halftime show, and I can’t say enough great things about them. Want to see more of their performances? Click here. They have 300 members, and you can see they work really hard.
Are you thinking about summer yet? We are! Information will keep coming, but we’re interested to know how you feel about the coming summer.
We view camps as a fun way to explore a theme, with students of any age, instrument, and experience level coming together. We are looking into options for full-day, full week, or weeklong half-day (afternoon) camps.
Please comment below! We want to know what you’d like to participate in and what fits into your schedule best. It’s a great time to let us know so we can plan the best summer camps and give you the options you need.
This month in the music lab check out the stations for Marching Bands. If you didn’t know, OSU has the largest band in college football with 228 members. Local high schools also have marching bands, perhaps you’ve seen them at the games.
Marching bands make interesting shapes and move during the music. Below are a song and a show done by Marching Bands to give you a good idea of what the students are learning.
Thank you everyone for making this Winter Benefit Concert a success. Michelle dropped off the donated items at GRIN (Gahanna Residents In Need) today.
Great job, students, for your performances! You make the music come to life. We can’t wait to enjoy your next recitals.