The Hanford Music Department is one of several local High Schools partnering together to present the Drums Along the Columbia Drum Corps International performance on Monday July, 1, 2013 at 7:00pm at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.
Hanford High School has several students that will be performing with five of the Drum Corps during this show: Tony Braccia, Nick Smiley, Abe Martinez, Kaytlin Waggoner, Lauren Lofton, Tim Zilar, Kelly Yokuda, Jon Fickle, Conner Grisham, Mitchell Johnson, Tommy Hill, Nathen Salyer, Rachel Moore, Jared Osborn and Ryan Later will be performing with the Columbians Drum Corps; Logan Hetzer is marching with Seattle Cascades; Tyler Salyer will be performing with the Blue Knights from Denver, CO; Patrick O’Toole, Hannah Mowry and Tyler Willis will be performing with the Oregon Crusaders; and Zoe Soran will be performing with the Spokane Thunder. Come see this fantastic show!
Watching this DCI Northwest Classic is a wonderful way to spend a summer evening.
Drums Along the Columbia
A DCI NORTHWEST CLASSIC
MONDAY, JULY 1st, 2013 – 7:00 PM
Edgar Brown Memorial Stadium
A SHOW YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS!!!
GENERAL ADMISSION: $12 in advance/ $15 at door
RESERVED: $18 in advance/ $20 at door
FAMILY SEATING: $35 for 4 people/ $45 at door
Fundraiser for Hanford High School Music Boosters
FOR INFORMATION and TICKETS contact: LORI WASNER: 539-3840 or at email@example.com
Hannah Fulton, a junior at Hanford High School, was recently awarded first place in a Choral Composition Competition sponsored by Opus 7, a Seattle based professional choral organization. The contest was seeking to select the best high school original choral composition between three and five minutes in length.
“Hannah worked hours on this composition and received help from Hanford High teachers, her parents, and a college professor from Whitworth University,” explained Kevin Swisher, HHS instrumental music teacher.
The choral group Opus 7 will perform her original composition, Sunrise for SATB choir, in Seattle, on May 11th, in St. Mark’s Cathedral. Details can be found on the Opus 7 website, http://www.opus7.org/. Prior to the performance, she will speak to the audience about what inspired her piece.
Please consider designating the Hanford Music Association on your United Way contribution form.
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HMA has set up a number of eScrip Yoke’s Community Cards for some easy fund raising. Simply pick up a card from you Hanford music instructor, scan it each time you shop and Yoke's will donate a percentage of your purchase to Hanford Music. You can also register other grocery and credit cards through www.escrip.com. The Yoke’s cards are registered and ready to use.
Music boosters are currently raising money for Marching Band equipment, guest artists, scholarships, school instrument repair, and guest instructor stipends. Donations through paypal are welcome. HMA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.