6th Grade Band Concert

The Charlotte Sixth Grade Band will present their Debut Concert on Thursday, November 2oth at 7:00 pm in the Charlotte Performing Arts Center. The Sixth Grade Band is excited to demonstrate their progress on their instruments, rhythm counting, note reading, and ensemble performance.

The band will play full band selections, various lines out of their band etude book, and a feature piece for each section.

  • Swim Team
  • potter park zoo
  • Grease
  • 8th grade dance
  • Fuel Up to Play

Mr. Gronda, Mr. Rose, Mr. Haston, and Ms. Detgen wish to invite all friends and family of the sixth graders to attend and support the Sixth Grade Band members at their Debut Concert.

There will be a punch and cookie reception immediately following the concert in the high school cafeteria. The concert is free and open to the public.

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