The National Independence Day Parade in Washington brought high school bands from CA, AR, WI, MN, IL, NC, FL, PA, NY, NH, GA, TX.
A production of Little Shop of Horrors at Aberdeen HS is timely and makes us reflect on social media & current affairs.
A Shakespearean tragedy that isn’t performed quite as often as some of his other plays was a success in Normal, IL.
Annie closed last weekend in Reisterstown, Md., singing a hopeful message even through dark times and a hard life.
The school safety or gun control issue can’t even stay away from a musical about a spelling bee on a high school stage in Maryland.
Liberty H.S. in Md. shows how much a community can be counted on to provide support for schools, esp. in music & the arts.
The wind symphony from Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS performed on the stage at Carnegie Hall in NYC Tuesday, moving forward.
Students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS have composed an original song promising to stand tall forever and “shine.”
The band program at a junior high in Norridge, IL, will be cut next year due to district finance troubles & 2 failed referendums.
A dance concert celebrates the art form while bringing together students from schools that sometimes compete.