Music Showcase Thurs March 7 (Day 2) AUDITION SIGN-UP. Auditions are Feb 13/14/15.

This form MUST be filled out before you can audition for the Music Showcase.

We're excited to invite all teachers with their classes to the Michael J. Fox Theatre to attend this year's annual Music Showcase. This fun student-driven event is a sampling of small ensemble work from a variety of self-directed student groups. You will hear a variety of pop, folk, guitar, band, classical, jazz music and singers!

All Class Announcements

Chocolate for Whistler Fundraising. How many boxes do you want of dark/milk? Please fill out form. $40/per box, $20 comes off your Whistler fee. Whistler fee due mid-Feb.
Snr jazz- Fri Jan 25
Chamber-Sat Jan 26
Feb 14-auditions for March music showcase in MJF
(Wed Jan 9- Health Survey @10:22am)

All Term 2 Homework and Playing Test assignments - ALL CLASSES

SCALES PLAYING TESTS Feb 4 (Day 1) or Feb 5 (Day 2)
Jr Band: Scales 1-7 (50bpm)
Int Band: 1-8 (65bpm)
Jr Jazz: 1-8 (65bpm)
Sr Jazz: 1-10 (95 bpm)
CHOIR: The Luckiest, Come Unto Me

REPERTOIRE TESTS Tuesday Feb 19 (Day 1)/Wednesday Feb 20 (Day 2)
Jr Band:  (everybody) or (flutes)
Int Band:
Jr Jazz: solo from
Sr Jazz: solo from

BAND THEORY Feb 14 (day 1) or Feb 15 (day 2)
Please click on the "Band Theory Tests" tab above, and find your class assignment as well as helpful online tutorials related to the assignments. Please follow the instructions to PRINT OFF your homework, and ask me and/or your section leader if you need any help!
Band Theory Tests due date for Second Term:

Whister Repertoire April 2019

Please note: this is a judged festival we are participating in. All musicians are responsible for practising outside of class (choir should memorize all music) and attending all rehearsals. If rehearsals are missed musicians will be asked to email an audio recording of their performance in order to be able to play/sing with the ensemble in Whistler. The conductors reserve the right to ask a musician to sit out of performing if they have not prepared themselves for the festival while they are in Whistler. This is all about the team effort! Let's sound strong!

BAND
CHOIR
Two Mass Choir Pieces TBA

Our Choir Rep
Come Unto Me - SAB
The Luckiest SAB - Cheryl piano
I Choose Love SAB - Cheryl piano
Wade In The Water- SAB- Cheryl piano
Locus Iste - SATB- Anton Bruckner, acapella

Term 1 Homework/Playing Tests/Concert Rep - ALL CLASSES

SCALES PLAYING TESTS - Tues. Oct 9 (Day 1)/Wed. Oct 10 (Day 2)
Int Band: 1, 2, 3, 4 (65bpm) with arpeggios
Jr Jazz: 1, 2, 3, 4 (65bpm) with arpeggios
Sr Jazz: Play 37, 41, 45, 1, 5, 9, 13, 17 No arpeggios. Test speed is 95bpm in eighth notes
Chromatic Scale: starts at low concert F chromatically up two octaves then down.
Drums: Level 3
Piano: Etude of your choice from Oscar Peterson book
CHOIR:

REPERTOIRE TESTS - Thurs Nov 15 (Day 2)/ Fri Nov 16 (Day 1)
Int Band: Pictures at an Exhibition mm19-20 AND Great Locomotive Chase mm1-102
Jr Jazz:
Sr Jazz: Swing Shift
Altos- 20-21, 28-29, 71-80, 87-88, 105-112, 130-134
Tenors- 20-21, 28-29, 71-80, 87-88, 105-112, 130-134
Bari- 20-21, 28-29, 87-88, 105-112, 130-134
Tpt- 32, 43-44, 91-92, 113-120
Tbn-43-44, 113-120
Guitar- 9-24
Piano-Freddie Freeloader solo
Bass-CARAVAN 105-120
Drums-111-128

Concert Choir:
Chamber Choir:

ONLINE BAND THEORY Thurs Nov 1/Fri Nov 2 (Day 2)
Please click on the "Band Theory Tests" tab above, and find your class assignment as well as helpful online tutorials related to the assignments. Please follow the instructions to PRINT OFF your homework, and ask me and/or your section leader if you need any help!

CONCERT REPERTOIRE
Concert Choir: Rembembrance Day: O Canada, Flanders Fields, I Choose Love, God Save The Queen
Chamber Choir: Remembrance Day: same as Concert Choir PLUS Muusika
Concert Choir VOICES 41: 2 songs (Wade In The Water, Silent Night, Nda Wana, Walk Out On The Water, I Choose Love)
Chamber Choir VOICES 41: 2 songs (Muusika, Wanting Memories)
Concert Choir: WINTER CONCERT: 3 (Silent Night, Wade In The Water)
Chamber Choir: WINTER CONCERT: 2 Muusika, Wanting Memories (OR Locus Iste)
Int Band: Pictures at an Exhibition (TIMPANI: Dabin (tune Bb,D then change D to Eb then Eb to F), PERC 1(snare, bass drum): Daniel, Justin, PERC 2: Mukhill (Triangle, Low Tom, Whip, Tambo, Sus Cymbal, Crash Cymbal, Gong), MALLETS (Melanie/Cindy/Rosalie (Bells, Xylophone, Chimes
The Great Locomotive Chase: (TIMPANI: Dabin (tune G, A,D),
 PERC 1(drum kit snare/bass drum): Daniel, Justin, PERC 2: Mukhill (Sus Cymbal, Wind Chimes, Anvil, Crash Cymbals, Triangle, Train Whistle, Cabasa), MALLETS (Melanie/Cindy/Rosalie (Xylophone, Chimes

Jr Jazz: Funky Sam (solo #1  solo #2 ), Birdland (solo #1  solo #2 )
Sr Jazz: Sack Of Woe (solo #1 ? solo #2 ?), Swing Shift (solo #1 ? solo #2 ?), Xmas song

Order Burnaby South Music shirts/hoodies here!

The Music Department is excited to announce a very limited time offer.  We have been working with Selects Performance to offer Burnaby South Music Department Clothing! Items will be available for purchase online at:
https://selectsteamshop.com/collections/Burnaby-south-music-dept

There are black shirts in both long and short-sleeved versions, which can be worn as concert dress during performances and tours. Also available are hoodies in both a zip-up and pull-over style.

The order deadline is _____.  

"AFTER THE SPRING CONCERT" PLANS

WEEK 1: May 23-May 26: Grad ceremony prep (choir), sightreading/small groups (band), celebration class if missed, drama productions/media arts awards/etc. 
WEEK 2: May 28-June 1:  Grad ceremony prep (choir), sightreading/small groups (band), **NEW Rhythm Dictation Test, Conducting Test, Sightreading Test
WEEK 3: June 4-June 8: ALL small group performances band starting Monday!
SR JAZZ-Group 1 Beatitudes, Group 2 All For One, Group 3 Sweet Georgia Brown
**NEW Rhythm Dictation Test, Conducting Test, Sightreading Test
WEEK 4: June 11-June 15: **NEW Rhythm Dictation Test, Conducting Test, Sightreading Test
NEW--->Cleaning instruments and year and wrap up-dedicate one class to organizing music, and dedicate one class to instrument cleaning. The instrument cleaning class is when inventory stuff gets done.
ALL choir small group performances June 12. Instrument cleaning and music collection tests. All students should receive a high mark for this assignment because if it's not ready I will tell you and you will have another class to still fix any issues. We'll have lots of cleaning supplies plus a vacuum to use in your case. Music collecting/organizing/highlighting on large fold out tables. Instrument inventory update and return instruments. Label all instruments with serial #/school name etc with silver highlighter.
All rented South instruments go in one pile. Music store will go through pile and take those instruments needing further cleaning/repair. 
WEEK 5: Wednesday June 20 (DAY 1) AND Thursday June 21 (DAY 2) (Last day of classes)

AFTER LAST DAY OF REG CLASSES OVER:
Short music performance (8 mins.) in the theatre for grade 7s

Last week of school: Clean up , organize scores and percussion equipment etc.

All Term 3 Homework/Playing Tests/Concert Rep - ALL CLASSES

CONCERT REPERTOIRE

Jr Band:
Codebreaker
Star Wars 

Int Band:
Creed
Hercules and the Hydra

Orchestra

Senior Band

INTERMISSION

Junior Jazz:
Manteca
Blues In The Night
Moanin'

Sr Jazz:
Two Seconds To Midnight
The Swinging Shepard Blues (Solos: Evan/Himmet)
Better Get Hit In Your Soul (Solos: Kurtis/Punapat)

Sr Jazz Combo Performance


Choir:
1) All Too Soon (VIOLIN Thomas, BASS Sunny, DJEMBE Punnapat, GUITAR Ray, PIANO Rachel)
All To Soon - Hatfield
2) May I Be Still (Rachel on piano)
3) As The Ship Went Down (soloists: Miguel/Kurtis/Tamara, PIANO Melanie, BELLS AND FLOOR TOM Vivian, DRUM STICKS Evens, MELODICAS Rachel C., SYNTHESIZER Cheryl)
As the Ship Went Down, You Never Looked Finer 


Chamber Choir:
1) Selene's Boat (soloists: Evens/Grace/Camille)
Selene's Boat
2) True Colours (soloists: Miguel/Jeralyn)

ROSES PRESENTATION

END OF CONCERT
-------------------

Grad Ceremony:
1) O Canada
2) This Is Me (Jouren/Clara/??)
3) ?
4) God Save The Queen




REPERTOIRE PLAYING TESTS - (Day 1)/ (Day 2)
Jr Band: Star Wars mm 90-114
Int Band:
Jr Jazz:
Sr Jazz:
Sam/Aiden/Ivan: Rule The Roost: Tenor 1 written solo mm 50-61
TENOR SAX: mm143-150 Send One Your Love
ALL TRUMPETS: Swinging Shep Blues: Trumpet 2 written solo mm 29-52
ALL TRUMPETS: Better Get Hit In Your Soul: mm 240
TROMBONES: mm127-142 Send One Your Love
ALTOS: Better get hit mm 181-204, AND mm 85-108
ALTO 1 : better get hit: mm275-278
BASS: opening of better get hit in your soul
GUITAR: Better Get Hit in Your Soul chords with colours!! Use chord encyclopedia mm 49-64, mm 109-132
PIANO: better get hit in your soul 109-156
DRUMS: Better Get Hit In Your Soul SOLO @4min22sec
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTz7gLWSwMA


ONLINE BAND THEORY May 1 (Day 1)/ May 2 (Day 2)
Please click on the "Band Theory Tests" tab above, and find your class assignment as well as helpful online tutorials related to the assignments. Please follow the instructions to PRINT OFF your homework, and ask me and/or your section leader if you need any help!

Whistler Meetings/Rehearsals etc

Whistler Rehearsal Schedule
BAND REHEARSAL SCHEDULE


THURSDAY APRIL 12th Period 2 (10:22AM-11:40AM) BAND rehearsal in Band room)
FRIDAY APRIL 13th at 7:30 am in the band room (please ask your music teacher if you need a note to be excused from your early morning class)
WEDNESDAY APRIL 18th Period 9 7:30-8:30 am. In the Band Room .
FRIDAY APRIL 20th Period 9 7:30-8:30 am. In the Band Room
Tuesday, April 24th Period 8 1:50pm-3:08pm In the Band Room
Thursday April 26th at 7:30am-8:30am 
Thursday April 26th Lunch Time Meeting with Administrators


CHOIR REHEARSAL SCHEDULE
THURSDAY APRIL 12 Period 4 (1:50PM-3:10PM) CHOIR rehearsal in choir room)
WED APRIL 18 COLLAB (8:45AM-9:30AM) CHOIR rehearsal in choir room)
FRIDAY APRIL 20 PERIOD 1 (8:45AM-10:07AM) CHOIR rehearsal in choir room)
TUES APRIL 24 LUNCH (11:45AM-12:25PM) CHOIR rehearsal in choir room)
WED APRIL 25 COLLAB (8:45AM-9:30AM) CHOIR rehearsal in choir room)
Thursday April 26th Lunch Time Meeting with Administrators



Have you signed up for the Remind app yet?!
Whistler Trip 2018
Remind App code: (289)-205-1119


Then text: @whistlertr

Whistler Repertoire

Please note: this is a judged festival we are participating in. All musicians are responsible for practising outside of class (choir should memorize all music) and attending all rehearsals. If rehearsals are missed musicians will be asked to email an audio recording of their performance in order to be able to play/sing with the ensemble in Whistler. The conductors reserve the right to ask a musician to sit out of performing if they have not prepared themselves for the festival while they are in Whistler. This is all about the team effort! Let's sound strong!

BAND

CHOIR

Two Mass Choir Pieces
“As the Ship Went Down, You Never Looked Finer”, to be conducted by Carrie Tennant. It is newly published by Cypress Press in the VYC series. Here is a link to Carrie conducting the piece with the Coastal Sound Youth Choir 

Blood On The Saddle 

Our Choir Rep
All To Soon - Hatfield
Fix You 

All Term 2 Homework/Playing Tests/Concert Rep - ALL CLASSES

REPERTOIRE TESTS - 
JR BAND: Flutes, Clarinets, Alto Sax: mm 62-77 of Haunted Carousel
Trumpets 24-39 of Haunted Carousel - all play high!
Tenor Sax 45-63 of Haunted Carousel
Bari, B. Clar, Bassoon, Baritone/Tbn, Bass Drums mm75-93 of Brentwood Pass

INT BAND: Creed-anything mm1-36

JR JAZZ: Stella: Trumpet/Tbns 33-48
Saxes coda to end
Piano 33-48

Sr Jazz:
Drums/piano/guitar mm10-36. Bass: funk line, Winds: mm45-49

ONLINE BAND THEORY Feb 14 (Day 2)/ Feb 15 (Day 1)
Please click on the "Band Theory Tests" tab above, and find your class assignment as well as helpful online tutorials related to the assignments. Please follow the instructions to PRINT OFF your homework, and ask me and/or your section leader if you need any help!

SCALES PLAYING TESTS - DONE! (Day 1)/ (Day 2)
Jr Band: Scales  (50bpm)
Int Band:  (65bpm)
Jr Jazz:  (65bpm)
Sr Jazz:  (95bpm)


CONCERT REPERTOIRE
Choir:
Jr Band:
Int Band:
Jr Jazz: ? (solo #1 ? solo #2 ?)
Sr Jazz: ? (solo #1 ? solo #2 ?)

Wednesday Dec 20 (Day 1) clinic LUNCHTIME

NIMBUS RECORDING SCHOOL
We will be there around 10 to set up.  Workshop will be a combo of Ableton/electronic music and a talk about what Nimbus offers.  Then through lunch we will open it up a bit and hopefully get a cool recording thing going on plus i will be around to talk about our programs if students are keen:)  Looking forward to this!

https://www.lynda.com/Ableton-Live-tutorials/Welcome/120600/131986-4.html

All Term 1 Homework/Playing Tests/Concert Rep - ALL CLASSES

SCALES PLAYING TESTS - Tues. October 10 (Day 1)/Wed. Oct 11 (Day 2)
Jr Band: Scales 1, 2, 3, 4 (50bpm) no arpeggios required.
Int Band: 1, 2, 3, 4 (65bpm)
Jr Jazz: 1, 2, 3, 4 (65bpm)
Sr Jazz: 1, 2, 3, 4 (95bpm) OR FISH 'N GRITS bars 83-111
CHOIR: Spiritual OR In Remembrance

REPERTOIRE TESTS - Wed Nov 15 (Day 1)/ Thurs Nov 16 (Day 2)
Jr Band: Mystic Journey (ALL except saxes), Dr. Rockenstein (Saxes only 33-end)
Int Band: Cathedral Grove
Jr Jazz: Work Song (solos for Nathaniel/Annie/Fred/Rebecca)
Sr Jazz: Woodwinds/Brass: solo from Stolen Moments; Guitar/Piano: Chords from L'il James; Bass/Drums: Los Brujos
Concert Choir: Wondrous Cool
Chamber Choir: Wondrous Cool (Quartets), and Benedictus

ONLINE BAND THEORY Wed Nov 1 (Day 1)/ Thurs Nov 2 (Day 2)
Please click on the "Band Theory Tests" tab above, and find your class assignment as well as helpful online tutorials related to the assignments. Please follow the instructions to PRINT OFF your homework, and ask me and/or your section leader if you need any help!

CONCERT REPERTOIRE
Concert Choir VOICES 41: Spiritual, Wondrous Cool (Fix You)
Chamber Choir VOICES 41: Benedictus, In Remembrance
Concert Choir: WINTER CONCERT: Fix You, Spiritual, Wondrous Cool
Chamber Choir: WINTER CONCERT: Benedictus, The Seal Lullaby
Jr Band: Mystic Journey, Ceremonium
Int Band: Cyclone, Cathedral Grove
Jr Jazz: ? (solo #1 ? solo #2 ?) Pink Panther Remix
Sr Jazz: ? (solo #1 ? solo #2 ?)

CBC Music Class Challenge-Video due by Nov 24!

http://www.cbcmusic.ca/musicclass

-Arrive to Michael J Fox Stage at 11:45am Wednesday Nov 8
-Wear all black if possible (don't have to dress up to the max, but if we all wear black that'll look good)
-no logos
-have to be okay with video being posted online to YouTube
-chance at winning $5000 in recording gear for the school
-An off-the-floor performance is a single-take live performance that features no editing or multi-track recording. We want to see your music program perform the song live, as if we were sitting in the crowd watching, and an off-the-floor performance is the best way to do this.
FULL LIST OR RULES:
http://www.cbcmusic.ca/posts/12601/canadian-music-class-challenge-rules-regulations


Order Burnaby South Music shirts/hoodies here!

The Music Department is excited to announce a very limited time offer.  We have been working with Selects Performance to offer Burnaby South Music Department Clothing! This week only, these items will be available for purchase online at:
https://selectsteamshop.com/collections/Burnaby-south-music-dept

There are black shirts in both long and short-sleeved versions, which can be worn as concert dress during performances and tours. Also available are hoodies in both a zip-up and pull-over style.

The order deadline is Sunday night, May 7th.  This will allow the company to have the shirts completed and delivered to us by May 15th, just in time for our Spring Concerts and Tour to Victoria!

Montreal/Quebec City Music Tour IDEA POSTPONED (Fri May 18- Wed May 23 2018 PROPOSAL)

NOTE: the Friday is a PD Day and the Monday is Victoria Day. Therefore students will miss a Day 2 (Tues) and a Day 1 (Wed)



Djembe Drumming & (Pizza!) Workshop POSTPONED

Only $5 per person (music department is paying the rest) and your $5 charge INCLUDES your OWN DJEMBE drum to borrow for the workshop, AND a delicious slice of pizza after the workshop! (Additional slices $2 each).



Milton Randall began playing drums for socials and weddings when he was just 13 years old. He received a B. Mus. Ed. from the University of Texas at El Paso (1985) and a n M. Ed. (Music) from the University of North Texas in 1995.

Between degrees, Milton performed with the Winnipeg Symphony and numerous jazz and pop music venues and taught in St. Boniface School District in Winnipeg, Manitoba. In 1995, Milton studied with master drummer Godwin Agbeli in his home village of Kopeyia in Ghana on a scholarship from the University of North Texas.


He completed his Ph.D. coursework at The University of British Columbia but put his graduate studies on hold in order to perform and give hand with drumming workshops in schools and public venues. From 2001 to 2014, Milton taught workshops in over 900 schools in British Columbia, Alberta, USA,  Hong Kong and has introduced over 220,000 students to hand drumming.

Victoria and Nanaimo Music Trip May 19-21

For Wild Play, parents need to sign a waiver.
This must be done online at: 
https://nanaimo.bookwildplay.com/reserve/document/?template_id=1&id=KHSM-230217

Monkido® Adventure Course
There are three self-paced Monkido® experiences that involve climbing, zip-lining, jumping, and swinging through obstacle games! Guests navigate log ladders, cargo nets, rope swings, tightropes, swinging logs, wobbly bridges, and more aerial surprises that gradually become higher and more challenging.In Nanaimo, the original Monkido Adventure Course course stretches through wide expanses of the forest. These original games are some of the trickiest. Can you “hang” in there?

Monkido® Extreme Course

  • Minimum age 12.
  • Chaperone requirements: A responsible adult must accompany kids age 13 and younger on site.
  • Minimum reach 5’11” (180cm), with feet flat on the ground.
  • Maximum weight limit is 300lbs (136kg).
  • 30 – 60 minutes to complete.
  • Signed online waiver is required for each guest (Parent/legal guardian signature is required for each minor guest).
Wildplay website: http://wildplay.com/nanaimo/
TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY ELEMENT ACTIVITIES

• Chaperone requirements: a responsible adult must accompany youth age 13 and younger on site.
Choose an appropriate number of chaperones to manage your group participants. WildPlay Element Guides patrol and manage activities, but do not chaperone
specific individuals or groups. If you need assistance with arranging chaperones, contact us about options.

• Waivers: Parent/legal guardian signed online waiver (visit www.wildplay.com/waivers)
is required for each guest who is under the age of nineteen (18 years and younger). Ensure that everyone in your group has a completed online waiver prior to Park arrival.
Without the completion of a waiver a participant will not be able to take part in the adventure. o Make your check-in as smooth as possible!
We will help make sure ahead of time that your group is good to go. 

• Attire: Wear closed toe shoes, secured to the foot (no flip-flops/sandals). Dress appropriately for the weather (i.e. layers), and remove valuables and belongings.  
Our Hotel
Ghost Tour Victoria
The Cridge Seniors Center- 1:30 pm-2:30 pm on Sat May 20th http://cridge.org/seniors-services
http://www.oldspaghettifactory.ca/locations/victoria
Choir Clinician - Adam Con
https://finearts.uvic.ca/music/contacts/faculty/Bios/acon.shtml

Remind App Sign Up Instructions Click Here



All Term 3 Homework/Playing Tests/Concert Rep - ALL CLASSES

SCALES PLAYING TESTS Thurs Apr 20 (Day 1) or Fri Apr 21 (Day 2)
Jr Band: Scales 7,8,9 (50bpm) *CHANGED TO SOLO#1 of BIG ISLAND
Int Band: 9, 10, 11, 12 (65bpm) *Clarinet 1 do Star Wars 20-29. Clarinet 2s do 50-68
Jr Jazz: 9, 10, 11, 12 (65bpm)
Sr Jazz: 9, 10, 11, 12 (95bpm) *CHANGED TO LOS BRUJOS DE CISANO

REPERTOIRE TESTS Mon May 1 (Day 1)/ Tues May 2(Day 2)
Jr Band:
Int Band:
Jr Jazz:
Sr Jazz: Los Brujos De Cisano, Polka Dots and Moonbeams

BAND THEORY Mon May 1 (Day 1)/ Tues May 2(Day 2)
Please click on the "Band Theory Tests" tab above, and find your class assignment as well as helpful online tutorials related to the assignments. Please follow the instructions to PRINT OFF your homework, and ask me and/or your section leader if you need any help!
Band Theory Tests due date for Second Term:

CONCERT REPERTOIRE
Choir: Iche Olawa, Going Over Home, Down On The Corner, O Shenandoah, And So It Goes (Chamber), In My Life, Home, Kaki Lambe
Jr Band: Dansbury Run, Celtic Air & Dance, Big Island (solos: Period 5: Fred #4, Elina, Solos: Period 2: )
Int Band: Arabian Dances (Percussion Dan and Hareum. Mallets Alice), Creed (Hareum and Minchan), Star Wars (Fiona and Angela)
Jr Jazz: Funky Sam (solo #1 Soleil? solo #2 Joanne, Camille solo#2), Volga Boatmen (no solo), Mambo Jambo (solo-Kevin, Soleil?)
Sr Jazz: The Chicken (Kurtis), Polka Dots and Moonbeams, Out Of The Doghouse

REHEARSALS LEFT UNTIL SPRING CONCERT
DAY 2s
1 May 16 (concerts for Choir and Jazz tonight)
2 May 12
3 May 10
4 May 8

REHEARSALS LEFT UNTIL SPRING CONCERT
DAY 1s
1 May 15 (effectively last day, only my Jr Band gets an "extra rehearsal" on May 17)
2 May 11
3 May 9
4 May 5

DETAILED SPRING CONCERT REHEARSAL SCHEDULE

DETAILED SPRING CONCERT REHEARSAL SCHEDULE
Spring Concert Rehearsal Day
Monday May 15 (DAY 1)
07:30–08:40
Orchestra
08:45–10:07
Snr band
10:22 –11:40
JR BAND (2)
LUNCH

12:25–01:43
JR JAZZ (one and only rehearsal)
01:50–03:10
CHOIR -must be out by 2:30pm
03:15–04:30



Spring Concert  
JAZZ BANDS/CHOIR/ GUITAR
Tuesday May 16 (DAY 2)
07:30–08:40
SR JAZZ -  get one full block in theatre before show
08:45–10:07
JR BAND (5)-  get one full block in theatre before show
10:22 –11:40
guitar-
LUNCH

12:25–01:43
INT BAND (7)-  get one full block in theatre before show
01:50–03:10
guitar-


Spring Concert
CONCERT BANDS/ ORCHESTRA/
HANDBELLS
Wednesday May 17 (DAY 1)
07:30–08:40
orchestra
08:45–10:07
Snr band
10:22 –11:40
JR BAND (2) - 2nd practice in theatre
LUNCH

12:25–01:43
JR JAZZ - celebrating the great concert class
01:50–03:10
CHOIR - celebrating the great concert class



Thursday May 18 (DAY 2)
07:30–08:40
SR JAZZ - regular class - all combo time
08:45–10:07
JR BAND (5)- celebrating the great concert class
10:22 –11:40

LUNCH

12:25–01:43
INT BAND-celebrating the great concert class
01:50–03:10


Pride Dance Thursday Apr 27

On Thursday April 27 the Burnaby School District will be hosting its first ever District Pride Dance! This dance is open to all high school students in the district, in the spirit of celebrating the diversity and inclusivity of our students. The dance will be held from 6pm-9pm at Byrne Creek Community School. Tickets will go on sale in the school office on Monday March 27 – April 7 for $7; then again Monday April 10-Wednesday April 20 for $10. There are only 40 tickets available per school, so buy them early to avoid missing out. The theme of the dance is “Pride” so wear your rainbow colours to show your support. 
Tickets in Room A102 (Mr. Jackson, GSA Sponsor, Social Studies & Social Justice Teacher)