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2016-2017 DISTRICT VAPA EVENTS:

 

 

May 17th: Biola VAPA Night, 6 pm, Biola

May 18th: Teague Band and Choir Concert, 5 pm, Teague; Houghton-Kearney Band Performance, 5:30 pm, HK; Steinbeck Choir Concert, 6 pm, Steinbeck; Herndon-Barstow Music Concert, 6:30 pm, Glacier Point MS; Central High Band Concert, 7 pm, PAC

May 19th: Mexican Folkloric Dance, 7 pm, PAC

May 22nd: Polk Band Concert, 6 pm at Polk; McKinley Music Concert 6 pm at McKinley; Glacier Point Strings and Choir Concert, 6 pm, at Glacier Point; Rio Vista Choir Concert, 6:00 in the PAC; Ro Vista Guitar Concert, 6:30 pm at Rio Vista

May 24th: Glacier Point Guitar Concert 5:30 at Glacier Point

May 25th: Roosevelt Music Concert, 6 pm at Roosevelt; El Capitan Band Concert, 6 pm in the PAC; Glacier Point Band and Drumline, 6 pm at Glacier Point

 

 

VAPA SPOTLIGHT

The Rio Vista Percussion Ensemble WON the Central Valley Winter Guard International Percussion Championships  at Clovis North Friday, March 31st! Josie Wrinkle competed in and won the solo marimba competition, beating out 11 of the best middle school students in the valley. Central High Percussion took second place in Open Class.  Senior Ariana Carrillo took second place in mallets for the entire completion involving over 20 high schools from the valley. The high school ensemble was featured on Flomarching, which features performances during the Winter Guard International Championships, for their puppeteering.

                          

During the Central Valley Guitar Summit at Fresno City College also on Friday, March 31st, Rio Vista Guitar took first place! Rio Vista student Johnny Arriba took third place as a soloist for the middle school division. The Central High Guitar ensemble took second place with senior Armin Kooshkebaghi taking first place in the soloist competition.

 

Last Thursday, March 30th, grades 4-12 students participated in the District Choir Festival in the PAC. The adjudicators were extremely impressed with the level of musicianship of our students. The highest honors were awarded as follows: Glacier Point MS Choir and Madison/Polk/Teague Choirs Unanimous Superiors; El Capitan MS Choir and Central High Chamber Singers, Superiors.

 

The Elementary Band Festival, held in the PAC on Tuesday, April 4th, provided a wonderful and rare experience for our elementary students to perform for a group of judges and receive feedback on their performance. The Harvest/Polk combined bands and Liddell/McKinley combined bands each received Unanimous Superiors!