These 3 Carterville High School Band students represented CHS Bands proudly at the 2017 ILMEA D6 Senior Festival. Congratulations to Thomas Wood, 1st Chair Trombone All District Orchestra, Neha Arun, Second Chair Oboe All District Orchestra, and Marshall Brown 1st Chair Euphonium All District Band. We are very proud of you! A few photos are here.
This spring the CHS Fine Arts Department (Symphonic Winds, Concert Jazz Ensemble, and Concert Choir) will travel to Chicago, Illinois to participate in the Windy City Classic Chicago PAC (Performing Arts Consultants) Music Festival. Parents/Guardians of CHS Band Students, please see my information about our trip.
2nd Place at Pinckneyville in Class 2A, with Best Color Guard and Percussion captions. Add another performance in Belleville and we will call that an end to a very successful season. All I can say is that I have the hardest working students, staff, and parents, in one of the most supporting communities for band in Southern Illinois. A great end to an enjoyable season. Thank you parents and students! Until next year. Photos HERE.
First place in their class today at SIU Music in Motion - Your very own Carterville Pride of the Lions Marching Band. CONGRATULATIONS PRIDE - You Earned it!
Some photos from the event are available here..
Congratulations to Marshall Brown (Euphonium, Band), Neha Arun (Oboe II, Orchestra), and Thomas Wood (Trombone I, Orchestra) for making the 2017 ILMEA All-District Senior Festival. They will participate in the festival on the campus of SIU Carbondale on Saturday, November 18th. Great work once again!.
Congratulations to the Pride of the Lions for placing 2nd in Class 3A at the 2017 McKendree Preview of Champions. The Pride Color Guard finished in the top 2 of the whole competition, scoring an 81. The band itself finished in the top 3 of the entire competition. Great work students, parents, and staff!.
Congratulations to the Pride of the Lions on a successful first competition of the season at the 2017 Murphysboro Drums at Appletime. Second place in class 2A and our Color Guard placed 4th Overall out of 11 bands. Congrats once again!.