Please join us on Tuesday, November 27th at 6:30pm in the Buchanan MPR for a very special event as we celebrate our senior class and the conclusion of a fantastic marching band season!
Championships Week! The Great Train Robbery makes its last stop of the season this weekend at WBA Championships. Thank you for all the support through the season. We hope you can join us tonight at CUSD Band Night and/or this weekend at Championship!
WBA Championships can be ordered in advanced by at this link.
Audition material has been posted under the ‘Students’ menu. Concert Band auditions will take place after Thanksgiving Break.
Saturday was awesome! Two great performances, strong competitive placements, and what an incredible crowd response to the show. It was a thrill to take the field at Fresno State! Two weeks of the season left and a full three day weekend OFF to rest up for championships next week and The Great Train Robbery's last stop! Thank you to the students for your continued hard work and to the parents, family, and friends who support us!
Buchanan performs at 9:30pm!
Congratulations on an awesome run at GSTOB this weekend! Every performance this season has gotten better and better. We are looking forward to another great performance of “The Great Train Robbery” this weekend at SCC. Thank you to everyone who continues to support these amazing students throughout the season!
Congratulations on a great first performance this weekend at Washington Union! We are looking forward to another amazing performance of “The Great Train Robbery” this weekend at BOA Pleasant Hill!
With greater rigor comes a greater learning. This has been the mantra and formula used by reformists and political pundits for almost two decades. Through it all, America’s youth have been pushed, pulled, prodded, and cajoled through dizzying levels of sleep deprivation and stress, often leading to depression, angst, and academic burnout.
Posted below are the tentative placements for the 2018-2019 school year. Seating auditions will take place in August when school starts. Auditions will also continue in August for additional positions in the Chamber Orchestra:
How is it that Beethoven, who is celebrated as one of the most significant composers of all time, wrote many of his most beloved songs while going deaf? The answer lies in the math behind his music. Natalya St. Clair employs the "Moonlight Sonata" to illustrate the way Beethoven was able to convey emotion and creativity using the certainty of mathematics.
Check this video out: https://youtu.be/zAxT0mRGuoY