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Norwin Middle School


Spring Band Concert
May 12, 2014
Denise Bilott, director
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As Superintendent of Schools and on behalf of all in attendance this
evening, I congratulate and commend all student musicians who are
performing tonight. We recognize your extraordinary musical abilities,
acknowledging that you represent the best and the brightest of our
youth and also what is great about our country.
The Norwin School District is a national model for supporting and
advancing music education and the performing arts. It is an allegiance
based on tradition and community pride and a commitment to
academic excellence, music education, and the performing arts.
Research provided by the National Association for Music Education
shows that students in high-quality school music programs score higher
on standardized tests compared to students in schools with decient
music education programs, regardless of the socioeconomic level of
the school or school district. Therefore, I encourage all in attendance
to continue as advocates of music education and the arts by taking a
greater leadership role in your schools and communities to strengthen
and preserve K-12 music and arts programs.
We thank our hosts today, the principals and music teachers, as well as
the numerous Norwin parent and community volunteers who provide
never-ending support to our developing musicians. They all deserve
our profound gratitude.
Best wishes for an enjoyable evening, and please continue to keep
music and the performing arts in a prominent place in your lives, both
now and in the future!
Board of Education and Administration
William H. Kerr, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools
From the Superintendent
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From the Principal
The life benets of music education
The musician is constantly adjusting decisions on tempo, tone, style,
rhythm, phrasing, and feeling training the brain to become incredibly
good at organizing and conducting numerous activities at once.
Dedicated practice of this orchestration can have a great payoff for
lifelong attention skills, intelligence, and an ability for self-knowledge
and expression.
John J. Ratey, MD, A Users Guide to the Brain
In a year-long program focused on group music-making, 8- to 11-year-
old children became markedly more compassionate, according to a
2013 study from the University of Cambridge. The nding suggests kids
who make music together arent just having fun: theyre absorbing a
key component of emotional intelligence.
Rabinowitch, Cross and Burnard, University of Cambridge, UK
Good Evening,
I want to thank all of you for your attendance at this evenings
spring band concert. It is hard to imagine that the 2013-14 school
year is quickly coming to an end. I am very proud of the overall
accomplishments of our students and their commitment to our school.
As always, I am delighted to acknowledge this years group of young
musicians who have devoted countless hours above and beyond the
scope of the classroom to hone their musical skills. Their commitment
and dedication to success in the arts, as well as the classroom, is
astonishing to say the least. I am extremely proud of each and every
member and the role they play in carrying on the proud tradition of
the Norwin Band. Please continue to encourage, enlighten and support
your children as they grow into quality young adults. Again, I thank you
for being here and hope you enjoy this evenings program.
Sincerely,
Mr. Suman
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Michael Szymanski is a 1991 graduate of Norwin High School and
received a B.S. in Music Education from Duquesne University in 1995.
Mr. Szymanski has been the Middle School Orchestra director since
being hired in 1996 and became the High School Orchestra director
in 1998. In addition to their annual winter and spring concerts, the
H.S. Orchestra often performs with the Norwin Chorus, at invitational
festivals and for various community and scholastic events. In recent
years, the H.S. Orchestra has received numerous Superior ratings at
PMEA Music Performance Assessments and other adjudicated festivals.
During his time at Norwin, Michael has also taught elementary band and
orchestra, elementary and middle school general music, music theory,
and guitar. He has been the Music Department Chairperson since
2011. In his time away from school, Mr. Szymanski enjoys reading, hiking,
camping and long road trips. He continues to be an active freelance
performer on violin and viola. Michael and his wife Jennifer currently
reside in North Huntingdon with their daughters, Betsy and Abby.
Tim Daniels is in his rst year as the Director of Bands at Norwin
High School. His duties include directing the Marching Band, Wind
Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble as well as teaching AP Music Theory classes.
Prior to joining the staff at Norwin, Tim served as a Band Director in
the Arlington School District in LaGrangeville, NY where he directed
9th Grade Band, Jazz Band, and assisted with the marching band. Tim
has also served in various capacities on the band staffs of the Fox
Chapel, Gateway and Penn-Trafford marching bands. In addition to
this experience, Mr. Daniels spent the summer of 2009 marching with
the Bluecoats Drum and Bugle Corps. Mr. Daniels received his B.M. in
Music Education, trumpet applied, from Youngstown State University.
His primary teachers included Dr. Stephen L. Gage, Dr. Brandt Payne,
Dr. Christopher Krummel and Dr. Kent Englehardt. Tim is a member
of the National Association for Music Education and the Phi Kappa
Phi Honor Society. A native of North Huntingdon, PA, Tim graduated
from Norwin High School in 2008. In addition to his responsibilities at
Norwin, Tim enjoys performing and plays as a freelance trumpeter in
the Pittsburgh area.
About the directors
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Greg Ondayko has held the position of Assistant Band Director at
Norwin for 12 years. His duties include directing the Concert Band,
assisting with the Marching Band, Jazz Band and serving as supervisor of the
woodwind program. Mr. Ondayko also teaches Music Technology I, II, & III as
well as woodwind and brass lessons in repertory class. Under the direction
of Mr. Ondayko, the Norwin H.S. Concert Band has been adjudicated at
Musicfest Orlando in 2002 and 2005, earning a 1st and 2nd place ranking
in AAA, and has earned a superior rating at the PMEA Adjudication Festival
in 2007. Most recently, the Concert Band received Superior ratings in
both Concert and Sightreading at the PMEA Adjudication Festival. He
graduated with a Bachelors degree in Music Education from Slippery Rock
University in 2001. Before joining the staff at Norwin High School, he served
as a marching/ woodwind tech at both Mars Area H.S. and at Thomas
Jefferson H.S. in Pleasant Hills. Mr. Ondayko is a member of PMEA and the
Westmoreland County Music Educators Association. Greg also maintains
a studio of clarinet, saxophone, and ute students. When Greg is not at
school, he can be can be found restoring, repairing, driving, or racing one of
his many classic MoPar vehicles.
A native Texan, Kimberly Glover is currently in her ninth year as the
Associate Band Director/Director of Percussion Studies. Her responsibilities
include assisting with all Band functions, teaching percussion for grades
5-12, and Director of the Norwin Percussion Ensemble. She is the 2014
recipient of the PMEA District 1 Citation of Excellence in teaching.
Under her tutelage, Norwin percussion students have earned placement
in District, Region, State and All-Eastern level ensembles. Most recently
the Norwin Percussion Ensemble was invited to perform at the PMEA
State Conferences in Erie (2013), in Valley Forge (2009) as well as the
MENC All-Eastern Conference in Baltimore, Maryland (2011). Prior to
joining the Norwin Band team, she taught band in Texas for 2 years in
the Pearland Independent School District and the Austin Independence
School District. Kim earned her Bachelors degree in Music Education
from the Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri-Kansas City
and her Masters degree in Percussion Performance from the University of
Texas. She is a member of PMEA/MENC, and currently holds the ofce of
Treasurer for the Pennsylvania state chapter of the Percussive Arts Society.
Mrs. Glover performs with various groups throughout the Pittsburgh area.
Kims husband, David, teaches Percussion at Slippery Rock University and
they have two furry kids named Keiko and Penny.
About the directors
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About the directors
Denise Bilott has been teaching for 13 years. She received a
Bachelor of Music in Music Education Instrumental at Capital University
in Columbus (OH), and a Masters of Science in Education with an
emphasis on technology in the classroom from Walden University.
Before working at Norwin, Mrs. Bilott taught 6-12 band at Charleroi
Area School District and 7-8 General Music at Reynoldsburg City
School District in Reynoldsburg (OH). Mrs. Bilott plays clarinet in
Westmoreland Symphonic Winds and enjoys spending time with her
husband; daughters Evelyn, Ella and Flora; and her two dogs, Mozart
and Rocky.
A graduate from the Norwin School District, Ian Morrison received
his B.S. in music education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania
and his M.S. in Curriculum and Instruction from Clarion University.
Mr. Morrison began teaching at Norwin in 2000 and his duties have
included everything from Kindergarten Music to High School Band.
Currently, Mr. Morrison teaches string instruments at Hahntown,
Sheridan Terrace, Stewartsville, and Sunset Valley Elementary Schools
and Hillcrest Intermediate School. Mr. Morrison resides in North
Huntingdon with his wife Kim and son Aiden.
Devon Lippmann comes from a long line of musicians. His
grandfather wrote barbershop arrangements, and his father is a
retired band director. Currently the band director at Hillcrest, he also
has served as high school band director, assistant director, middle
school director, elementary instrumental teacher and as a general
music teacher to elementary-aged children. He earned the Phoebe
Apperson Hearst Outstanding Educator Award through the William
Randolph Hearst Foundation. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Music
Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. While attending IUP,
he sung with an acappella group known as The Braxmen, later known
as 4Real, which gained national fame by performing with numerous
Pittsburgh-based groups such as The Vogues, Johnny Angel & the Halos,
Pure Gold, The Lettermen, The Drifters, The Turtles and many more.
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The parents of all the students
represented tonight for
supporting Fine Arts
Education
Our student musicians
Norwin School District
Board of Education
William H. Kerr, Ed.D.,
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Tracy A. McNelly,
Asst. Superintendent
Mrs. Natalie A. McCracken,
Asst. Superintendent
and the Norwin School
District Administration
Norwin Faculty and Staff
Timothy J. Kotch, Sr., Principal
Joseph V. Shigle, Assistant Principal
Michael D. Choby,
Assistant Principal
and the Norwin H.S.
Administration
Mary Marrone, Debbie Depp,
Mary Rorabaugh, and the
Norwin H.S. Staff
Mr. Robert Suman, Principal
Mr. Brian ONeil,
Assistant Principal
and the Norwin M.S.
Administration & Staff
Todd Leighty and the
Auditorium Production Team
Pat Geiger, Jim Dezorzi and the
Norwin Maintenance
and Custodial Staff
Ushers and Volunteers
The Norwin Music Department
Norwin Band Aides, especially
Tom Shrump, President
Dave Herchko,
1st Vice President
Anna Sever,
2nd Vice President
Mandy Frye, Secretary
Christine Schmidt, Treasurer
Barb Pogue,
Middle School Liasion
Kathleen Heuer,
concert program design
Special thanks to
Norwin Band 2014 Unveiling
Join us on Tuesday, May 13th at 7 pm in the Norwin High
School Auditorium for the unveiling of the fall 2014 marching band
show!
Hear the music, meet the staff, and get to know more about what you
can expect for the upcoming marching band season. This event is open
to everyone, including all current and prospective band and guard
students, alumni and families. See you there!
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Tonights Selections
Seventh Grade Band
Star Spangled Banner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . arr. Mark Williams
Valdres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Johannes Hanssen, arr. Robert W. Smith
Serenade and Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .John Edmondson
Prehistoric Suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul Jennings
I. Stegasaurus
II. Brontosaurus
III. Pterodactyls
IV. The Battle
Mission: Impossible Theme . . . . . . . . . . . Lalo Schifrin, arr. Paul Lavender
Jazz Band
Basin Street Blues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . arr. Michael Sweeney
Ballad for a Blue Horn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Steinel
Dorian Journey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Doug Beach and George Shutack
Eighth Grade Band
Our Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F.E. Bigelow, arr. Andrew Balent
Onward!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gary P. Gilroy
Starscapes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Balmages
I. Orion
II. Draco
III. Pegasus
Kitchen Can Can. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Shaffer
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If you wont be taking
your program book home as a keepsake,
please recycle it in one of the bins as you leave.
Thank you!
8th Grade Band
Flute
Dana Ewing
Ashley Gaertner
Alyssa Godlewski
Madison Hein
Brittney Love
Mallory Page
Katie Seymour
Lexi Shaffer
Katie Thompson
MacKenzie Whalen
Clarinet
Addisyn Bruno
Adam Cholodofsky
Chelsey Gasparovic
Andrew Horton
Autumn Kyslinger
Sarah Lengel
David Liu
Anthony Orsino
Alyssa Palangio
Samantha Shaffer
Kaitlyn Soltez
Kylie Weaver
Bass Clarinet
Kaylee Mordecki
Alto Saxophone
Michael Russell
Jordan Simko
Vance Varner
Trumpet
Kellie Brannan
Tom Cochran
Christian Cramer
Cory Fields
Dan Furlong
Ben Lees
Anthony Meyers
Maddy Mihalchik
Nate Pawluk
Mikhayla Peschock
Emily Shefer
Jon Slatt
Horn
Rachel Bartuska
Michael Beondy
Tabby Reed
Trombone
Declan Cuthbert
Colton Dietz
Tyler Hines
Cecilia Koncerak
Evan Yusavage
Baritone
Luke Sabo
Tuba
Tyler Barry
Zach Hensel
Percussion
Wade Anderson
Kevin Becker
Ryan Belchick
Camdyn Bill
Courtney Bussard
Ben Clark
Nate Hoffman
Alex Ivory
Hunter Kellar
Matt Kevicki
Andrew Schon
Ethan Snyder
Nathan Snyder
Tyler Swenson
Jake Swick
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Middle School Jazz Band
Alto Saxophone
Mario Croes
Jaret Jarosz
Tyler Naretto
Vance Varner
Tenor Saxophone
Noah Bulloch
Mario Croes
Baritone
Saxophone
Katie Heuer
Trumpet
Michael Beondy
Nieko Disso
Isabella Ervin
Katie Prizner
Sara Russell
Jon Slatt
Trombone
Colton Dietz
Cecilia Koncerak
James Sullenberger
Piano
Diego De La Fuente
Bass
Maura Gabauer
Guitar
Keeghan Murray
Drum Set
Alex Ivory
Nathan Pogue
Thank you for joining us this evening. As the audience, you are an
important part of tonights concert. The audiences responsibility at
formal concerts is to honor the efforts of the performers by providing
a listening atmosphere in which their performance can be appreciated
by all. To that end, we ask your cooperation:
Please silence your cell phones, and kindly put them away during the
performance.
While the performance is in progress, remain seated and quiet. If it
becomes necessary to leave the auditorium, please do so between
musical selections.
If very young children become restless and disrupt others ability to
listen, please take them from the auditorium until they are quiet.
Please do not hum or clap along with the performers, unless
specically invited to do so.
Show your appreciation for the performance by clapping after each
selection. Whistling and cheering are not appropriate at a formal
concert.
Audience Manners
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7th Grade Band
Flute
Sydney Amdurs
Katherine Anthony
Julia Bazanos
Delana DeRenzo
Kathryn Makay
Alexis Stevenson
Paige Stewart
Pilar Swankler
Clarinet
Sophia Baverso
Bri Bilesimo
Elizabeth Bojalad
Alex Burtchell
Martina DiToppa
Olivia Funyak
Hannah Horvath
Dannon Johnson
Tommy Kratzenberg
Sierra Ludwig
Kelsie Patton
Caitlin Pingree
Kaylynn Sinclair
Sammi Sonnenberg
Madison Szymanski
Julia Vargo
Sabrina Wolfe
Keanan Zarobsky
Oboe
Fiona Cuthbert
Rachel Lundy
Bassoon
Mario Croes
Alto Saxophone
Jordan Bernard
Alexis Birkland
Ian Culbertson
Adrian Dibiase
Dom Dulemba
Jaret Jarosz
Alto Saxophone
(continued)
Donavon McCue
Tyler Naretto
Cory Reitz
Steve Stratton
Todd Uziel
Kira Zyvith
Tenor Saxophone
Noah Bulloch
Zach Cupp
Nathan Schmotzer
Baritone Saxophone
Katie Heuer
Trumpet
Christian Alexander
Brody Asaro
Richard Baldridge
Blake Bertani
Tyler Coltogirone
Nieko Disso
Ken Divens
Isabella Ervin
Vaughn Estepp
Nick Fry
Courtney Hale
Nick Hornicak
Conan Kastronis
Nate Korber
Jake McCormley
Dan Pisciotti
Ian Poe
Katie Prizner
Sara Russell
Luke Russman
Jake Spagnolli
Ethan Stefan
Brandon Waggoner
Horn
Emily Scott
Trombone
Vincent Babeo
Dylan Evan
Michael Ewing
Shane Flaherty
Chris Hinson
Cameron Klos
Dylan Podob
Richard Rodgers
James Sullenberger
Baritone
Jackson Adams
John Cerra
Kirstin Moore
Reice Morgan
Tuba
Zack Cypher
Justin Hoke
Percussion
Patrick Bollinger
Chandler Bollman
Logan Cibak
Nathan Dietrich
Joe Dye
Sean Foley
Tyler Funk
Gino Hemedez
Eric Junker
Kaitlyn Kovel
Nick Krevo
Jessica Miladinovich
Olivia Neveu
Nathan Pogue
Andrew Sullivan
Ethen Syme
James Taylor
Grace Watson
Sam Zigarovich
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The rst Norwin High School
Band was formed in the 1923-
1924 school year. It consisted of
28 members, all boys. The rst
director was Mr. Steven Winter. The
1924 Norwin yearbook stated An
organization, such as our Norwin
Band turned out to be, is one that
will make our high school known
throughout the state. Little did
they know how prophetic that
statement was, for the Norwin
High School Band has brought
the notice of the entire nation to
our community. By competing and
receiving accolades nationwide,
quality of Norwins band program
and the outstanding efforts of the
band students are a credit to not
only the school district, but to the
community that nurtures them.

Mr. Jimmy Weaver was
instrumental in establishing the
early Norwin Band, acting as band
director beginning in 1924-25. He
felt that the band was organized
with the sole aim of showing
off Norwins ability to the best
advantage on the eld. He also
organized many small ensemble
groups, such as the Jazz Band, the
Little German Band, and a Swing
Band. Lessons taught to younger
children prepared them for entering
the high school band and gave
them the opportunity to develop
musical abilities to last a lifetime.

Mr. George Weaver was another
inuential individual to work with
the band. With his father, Jimmy as
assistant band director, George
directed the Irwin High School
band from the late 1940s through
the 1950s while the district was
temporarily divided into Irwin and
North Huntingdon. He organized a
junior band made up of elementary
and junior high students to
strengthen and continually improve
the music program of the future.

The Norwin Band Aides, the
community support group of
the Norwin Band Program was
founded in 1961, with Glen Zockoll
as band director. The Band Aides
have contributed enormously to the
nancial means of the band making
it possible for the students to
concentrate on their performances.

From the mid 60s through the mid
70s, band director Mr. Lawrence
Radzevic led the Norwin Band
through a program that resembles
that of today. The competition
performances became preeminent,
the outstanding performances
came more often and practice,
practice, practice until perfection
became the standard. A student
About the band program
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eld conductor under Mr.
Radzevics tutelage, L.J. Hancock,
would have an even greater impact
on the band and the entire music
program at Norwin.

From 1976-2001 L.J. Hancock
directed the Norwin Band,
inspiring the students to some of
the programs greatest successes.
Due to his charismatic leadership,
between 1980-1996 the Norwin
Band placed in the top twenty
bands at the Bands of America
Grand National Championships.
During his tenure the band
achieved rst place at the Bands
of America Grand National
Championships in 1982, as well
as the Sudler Shield award for
musical excellence from the John
Philip Sousa Foundation. During his
tenure as Music supervisor several
positions were added to the music
faculty including Assistant Chorus
Director, Orchestra Director,
Assistant Band Director as well as
Associate Band Director.

From 2002-2006 Mr. Ian Morrison
served as band director. Under
the direction of Ian Morrison the
Norwin Marching Band remained
competitive and a new focus was
brought to the Concert Ensembles
of the Norwin Band Program
paving the way for the successes
of the current Wind Ensemble and
Concert Band.

From 2007-2013 Mr. Robert
Traugh served as band director.
Under Mr. Traughs direction, the
band returned to the BOA Grand
Nationals in 2011 and earned 19th
place in the country. Also, the band
won 4 Regionals and 2 PIMBA
championships.

The newest member to the
Norwin team is Mr. Tim Daniels.
Tim is a 2008 graduate of Norwin.
During his rst year, the marching
band won the BOA Monroeville
Regional. Tim is assisted by Mr.
Gregory Ondayko and Associate
Director Mrs. Kimberly Glover.
Recently ensembles of the Norwin
Band Program have received
numerous distinctions including:
The Norwin Percussion Ensemble
performing at the PMEA State
Convention in 2009 and 2013, as
well as the 2011 MENC All-East
Convention; the Norwin Concert
Band receiving excellent ratings in
2008, 2009, & 2010 at PMEA State
Adjudications; and in 2011, 2012
and 2013, the Norwin Concert
band received a superior rating.
The Norwin Wind Ensemble has
received superior ratings since 2008.

The band program continues
to grow and new levels of
performance excellence are set
every year and in every ensemble
at Norwin High School. We move
forward, Norwin Knights!

The Norwin Band has come a long
way from the rst 28-member
group under the direction of
Mr. Winters. This organization
has seen thousands of students
come through the program and
each of them take into their
lives experiences gained only by
participation in this program.
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Norwin Band Aides
The Objectives of the Norwin Band Aides Corporation are as follows:
1. To stimulate and sustain interest among the Band Aides and the students at
Norwin High School in band activities at Norwin High School by cooperating
with school authorities and the Norwin Band Director.
2. To raise and distribute monies, as required for the activities of the band, not
funded by the Norwin School District. All fund drives to be organized at the
recommendation of the Board of Directors.
3. To support and promote music education in the Norwin School District by
advocating for policies that will enhance the music education of students in
the Norwin School District in cooperation with the Norwin Band Director and
school ofcials.
The Norwin Band Aides, the community support group of Norwin Band, was
founded in 1961. Today, the Band Aides support the band program through
fundraisers like Market Day, the stadium concession stand and Aramark,
monthly hoagie sales, Sarris Candy at Easter and Christmas, and such events
as an annual craft show, a car cruise each spring, winter guard shows, and
the annual Band Festival, now in its 53rd year. The Band Aides are not just
a support group to provide for the students opportunities & activities, but
members also enjoy the support and friendship of other band and guard
parents while fully engaging in their teens band activities.
The Band Aides meet the 2nd Monday of each month from 7:308:15 pm in
the right audion of the high school auditorium.The next meetings are May 12,
June 9, and July 14.
Join us for the unveiling of the theme
for the 2014 marching band show on
Tuesday, May 13 at 7 pm in the auditorium.
For more information, to donate or volunteer,
or to get information about sponsorship opportunities, visit us at:
http://norwinbands.net/nba
or email Tom Shrump at fanofduke@comcast.net
or Dave Herchko at budherchko@gmail.com.
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Norwin Band Aides 8th Annual Car Cruise
Sunday, May 18th
11 am to 3 pm
Norwin Middle School
All proceeds benet the
Norwin Band Program.
Preregister ($10) by May 12!
Dash Plaques for the
rst 100 registered entrants
Commemorative T-Shirt for
the 1st 50 registered entrants
Awards in 20 classes and Best of Show.
Concessions will be available, plus a 50/50 rafe, Chinese Auction, DJ,
and Door Prizes.
For more info, contact Greg at gt63@comcast.net or 724-864-4902
Monday, June 2nd through Friday, June 6
Band students entering 6th, 7th, 8th or 9th grade
9:00-11:30 am at the middle school
Strings students entering 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th or 9th grade
or who have played for 1 year
12:30-3:00 pm at Hillcrest
Cost: $30 for one camp, or $50 for both; make checks payable to
Hillcrest Intermediate Activity Fund.
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Tuesday, May 13 at 7 pm
2014 Band Unveiling Event
Norwin H.S. Auditorium
Tuesday, May 13 at 7 pm
Middle School Orchestra Concert
Middle School Auditorium
Wednesday, May 14
Orchestra Concert
4th grade orchestra 6:00
5-6 orchestra 7:15
Hillcrest Intermediate School
Wednesday, May 14 at 7 pm
Jazz Band Concert
Featuring the Norwin MS Jazz Band
and the Norwin HS Jazz Band
Thursday, May 15th at 7 pm
All Show Choir Concert
Norwin H.S. Auditorium
Sunday, May 18 from 11 am to 3 pm
Norwin Band Aides Car Cruise
Norwin Middle School
Friday, May 23 at 7 pm
Commencement
High School Stadium (weather
permitting) OR Auditorium
Monday, May 26 at 10 am
Memorial Day Parade
Downtown Irwin
Wednesday, May 28 from 6-8 pm
New Band Member Rehearsal
New Band Parent Orientation
Thursday, May 29 from 6-8 pm
New Band Member Rehearsal
New Band Parent Orientation
Upcoming Events
Norwin Music on the web
Norwin Music Department http://bit.ly/NorwinMusicDept
Middle School
http://bit.ly/NorwinMSBand
Norwin Band Aides
http://norwinband.net/nba.
High School
norwinband.net
http://bit.ly/NorwinHSBand
twitter.com/NorwinBand
instagram.com/NorwinBand
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