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Photo Gallery of April Band Concert at Skyview Jr. High in Bothell

Posted by glennled on April 7, 2012

Jazz combos played as the crowd seated itself in the gym at Skyview Jr. High School in Bothell last Tuesday night, 3 April. And the Jazz Band I finished the night’s concert with some high energy, big band sounds and solos. Sandwiched in between these two on the program were performances by the 1st-year (5th grade) and 2nd-year (6th grade) elementary bands and the 3rd-year (7th grade) junior high band. The concert left the parents, relatives and friends in the audience feeling very good about the strength and benefits of these kids being in band! Here are selected photos from the concert. Please click on any photo to enlarge it.

2 Responses to “Photo Gallery of April Band Concert at Skyview Jr. High in Bothell”

  1. Carol & Bob Peters said

    Hi Glenn,

    We want to thank you for the nice write up you gave our grandson, Erik, on his selection to the Seattle All City Band. It was truly a remarkable concert. We really appreciate all the interest you have taken in him, and we hope he will continue with his music through middle school and high school.

    As you know we live in Mukilteo, and they have a wonderful music program here for both middle school and high school. We both love music, and we attend their music programs regularly. If anyone in the Mukilteo school district is looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic trumpet teacher, we would highly recommend you.

    Looking forward to music in Erik’s life for many years to come.
    Carol & Bob Peters

    • glennled said

      Hi, Carol and Bob,
      It was great to see you there at the concert supporting your grandson! He earned his seat in that Honors Band on that stage. Yes, I’d love to have some students in Mukilteo. I’ll have to get up there to see you at one of their concerts, also.
      Thanks much for your kind words,
      Glenn

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