Campus Band and Orchestra
We offer campus band and orchestra for developing musicians in strings, winds, and percussion. In these ensembles, our goal is for students to learn basic instrumental techniques that they can carry with them into more advanced repertoire. These ensembles perform in concert three times per year. These classes primarily consist of students in grades 6-8, as well as older musicians picking up secondary instruments.
You can find links to campus band and orchestra Google Classroom pages here:
Concert Band and Orchestra
In our concert ensembles, students rehearse and perform repertoire daily for concert performance. Students are introduced to the variety of classical and pops genres composed for band and orchestra. Here, students develop their advanced techniques and expressive skills through rehearsal. Students should be prepared daily, and at-home practice is expected, when needed. These ensembles primarily consist of students in grades 9-12, as well as exceptional younger musicians.
You can find links to Campus Band and Orchestra Google Classroom pages here:
AP Music Theory
Students in AP Music Theory will learn and practice aural and analytical skills in music, as well as study a wide variety of genres, artists, and composers. This includes written analysis, ear training, and cultural/historical comprehension. This is a full year course.
You can find the link to the AP Music Theory Canvas page here: