GALLERY: SFHS 58th Annual Spring Concert

Photos from the recent spring concert at Spring-Ford High School. Includes Symphonic Concert Bands, Jazz Band, and 9th Grade Band. This is the 58th Annual Spring Concert

The above photos were taken and submitted by Andreina Erwin. Below is a copy of the program of the 58th Annual Spring Concert at :

Spring-Ford Music Department Presents:

The Spring-Ford Area Senior High School Symphonic Concert Bands, Jazz Band, and 9th Grade Band

58th Annual Spring Concert

Saturday May 12, 2012

Symphonic Band:

The ABA March – Goldman
Symphonic Dance No. 3 “Fiesta” – Williams
Lux Aurumnque – Whitacre
Pineapple Poll – Sullivan arr. Mackerras & Duthoit
I. Opening Number
II. Jasper’s Dnace
III. Poll’s Dance
IV. Finale
Mannin Veen “Dear Island of Man” – Wood

9th Grade Band
Trombone King – King
Dedicatory Overture – Williams
Chant of Jubilo – McBeth

Jazz Band
Count Bubba – Doofwin
Kyle Schwirian, Alto Sax
Dan Hudson, Tenor Sax
Cool School Dropout – Hooper
Dan Hudson, Tenor Sax
Jefferson Bules – Beach
Dan Hudson, Tenor Sax
Kyle Schwirian, Alto Sax
Taylor Bates, Trombone
Rooster Parade – Hooper
Dan Hudson, Tenor Sax
Kyle Schwirian, Alto Sax
Nick Perri, Bass

Special Thanks

Mr. Bruce Roberts and Ms. Kris Jennings for dedicating their time and talents to the band this week.

Spring-Ford Music Association
Yvonne O’Dea – Choir Director
Emily McGranahan – Orchestra Director
Aimee Oblak - lighting
Maureen Serago – Ticket and Program
Spring-Ford High School Faculty, Secretarial and Support Staff
Spring-Ford High School Maintenance and Custodial Staff

To the parents, guardians, and grandparents of the fine musicians who are perfoming this evening, without your support and encouragement this concert would not be possible.

We would also like to thank Mr. [John] Eckstine for his years of dedication to the music program at Spring-Ford and wish nothing but the best for him.


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