Please complete the following QUESTIONNAIRE AND FORMS and bring them with you to band camp next week. This link contains a short online survey, as well as a permission slip and medical form that need to be printed out. This will likely take 10-15 minutes.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience as we work out any bugs that may occur in our first year using electronic forms.
BAND CAMP SCHEDULE*
8/22 for all new students, drumline and section leaders
8/23 for all students
*On-site schedule adjustments may be necessary due to weather, field availability or other unforeseen circumstances . Students should be prepared to be flexible and be willing to divert from the schedule.
Registration deadline is 9/2
Learn about the lesson program,
check out the new teacher bios, and
download the registration documents.
Don’t forget to apply for a scholarship. Scholarship applications for Fall 2016 Lessons will be reviewed at the music booster meeting on 8/8/16.
We’re going digital this year (letters, music, forms*). Please follow this blog by entering your email at the bottom of the page, and use the link below to access and print music and other important information about the 2016-17 season.
This is for all new and returning members.
DOWNLOAD YOUR SUMMER LETTER AND MUSIC
*Band camp order forms, permission slips, etc. are not available yet. Please be patient as we work to streamline our required documents into a more environmentally friendly electronic format.
NEED A MUSICAL GOAL?
Audition for the NH All-State Music Festival or Jazz All-State!
Audition requirements can be found by clicking HERE.
Links to audition materials can be found below.
Please note, photocopies are not permitted for auditioning. Original books must be used.
Flute All State 2016-17
Clarinet All State 2016-17
Saxophone All State 2016-17
Trumpet All State 2016-17
French Horn All State 2016-17
Trombone All State 2016-17
Tuba All State 2016-17
Percussion All State 2016-17
Private lesson teachers can help you learn the music and prepare you for the audition process.
Here is a nice video about the all-state process (from another state)