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BRMS band winter concert
Monday, December 18th at 7pm
Bordentown Regional High School Performing Arts Center
Students report at 6:30.
Students should DRESS UP and wear black and white. Students may wear all black if they wish; jazz band students should wear all black. Students may wear festive touches as long as they are not distracting. Shoes should be black or dark (or festive). (Shrek crocs do not count as festive, although they are super cool.) The concert will be less than one hour long.
ALL band members now have rehearsal Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday during AE. Students should check in with their AE teachers for attendance, then get their instruments and go to the stage.
Jazz band meets on Wednesdays and Fridays during AE. More students may audition for jazz band after the winter concert.
Small group lessons are pulled out from alternating AM/PM humanities. The schedule is posted on the auditorium doors and music bulletin board, and the daily schedule is read on the morning announcement and written on the whiteboard outside of the auditorium.
Click on "posts" on the menu to the left (or just scroll down if you're mobile) to view recent announcements. Files, such as rental flyers, schedules, and concert programs, are also posted to this section of my website.
BRMS Music Dept. t-shirts are available to purchase for $10. We accept cash or checks made payable to BRMS. Sizes are adult small through extra large.
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Cheryl Stallworth-Glitz "Mrs. SG"
Our award-winning marching band is composed of woodwind, brass, percussion, and colorguard students in grades 7-12. We perform at all BRHS home football games and compete every weekend in the USBands circuit.
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This is an important topic which we will cover before all performances with the students and at the beginning of all performances with the audience. Good concert etiquette shows respect to the hours and hours of hard work that teachers and students have put into making the concert an enjoyable evening.
***We encourage you to bring small children, but if they become fussy or noisy, please step into the hallway or lobby with them.
***All electronics should be silenced (not on vibrate) and dimmed.
***Take as many photos as you like, but please turn off the flash.
***There is NO food or drink permitted in the PAC.
***All students will stay for the duration of the concert; as such, families should stay for the entire performance.
***Please do not interrupt the performance by leaving or entering during a song (unless it is to take care of a crying baby or something like that. :-)
***Do not talk or whisper during performances as this is distracting to other audience members.