music weekA Lesson by Death's New Assistent
its just abt what our silly little school does
Music Week isn’t just for one particular type of music. In fact Capital has Choir, Band, and Orchestra all participating. The choir director is Benjamin Simmonds. He directs A Cappella, Mixed Choir, Vocal Jazz, and Treble Choir. Marty
Shoen has taught her orchestra four songs. They are: Bachanale, Farndole, Tribute to the Military, and The National Anthem. There was a performance May 6th in the Capital Gymnasium.
“We participate every other year. It’s great for our students to perform for the Community,” Shoen said. “Orchestra’s from
Simmonds has taught his choirs one song. The song is called “Will you be There” by Michael Jackson. They had a performance May 6th in the Capital Gymnasium.
"Choir is my favorite class, it's really awesome to get graded for singing. And the Micheal Jackson songs are ligit," sophmore Lauren Copper said.
“I started band in the 6th grade. I thought it would be fun to play the drums,” said senior Austin Stuarts.
Music week means a lot to both the music department and
The director of music week is Mr. Lingle. He has been apart of music week for a number of years. He also directs the music week at the Taco Bell Arena. Which choirs, orchestras, and bands all get the chance to prove what they can do.
Added on May 4, 2011
Last Updated on May 4, 2011
Death's New Assistent
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