High School Musical Groups

Tom C. Clark High School Jazz Ensemble 
San Antonio, TX
Saturday, April 7

Tom C. Clark High school opened in 1978 as the 5th high school in Northside ISD. The ensemble reflects the rich heritage for student success academically and artistically. The campus program promotes enrichment opportunities far beyond the traditional wind band experience, to include collaboration with all arts disciplines. Clark Jazz Bands successfully perform in all major jazz festivals in Texas with numerous students selected for the Texas All-State Jazz Ensemble. Most impressive is their application of high performance skills, diverse genres of music, and an understanding of how to entertain a professional level. 

Hazelwood East High School Women’s Choir 
St. Louis, MO
Sunday, April 8

The Hazelwood East High School Women’s Choir has always striven to be a family in a time when families are greatly needed.  Reaching beyond the walls of the classroom, soloists and ensemble have been called up to sing at community organizations, quite often churches, which need messages of unity in a time of division.  With the passing of students from our choir family, we gather as a family to help support and comfort each other and the guardians in the time of loss.

River Bluff High School World Music Ensemble 
Lexington, SC 
Monday, April 9

Under the direction of Mr. Aaron Railey, The River Bluff High School World Music Ensemble is in its second year of existence. This program is the first to exist in Lexington County School District One (SC) and the ensemble is proud to pioneer bringing world music to our district! The class is open to any student in the school with or without prior musical experience. Basic playing techniques, fundamentals of music reading, the historical impact of, and various styles of, world music are all taught within this course. The group was a featured ensemble at the 2017 South Carolina State School Boards Association Annual Convention and has received local and regional accolades.

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