Eastman - Rochester New Horizons Music
The Birthplace of New Horizons. Founded in 1991 by Dr. Roy Ernst, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY
Next week is a SPLIT Band week. Here’s the plan:
Tuesday, September 17th
Symphonic Band will rehearse in the Sanctuary, focusing on the following:
- Excerpts from “Appalachian Spring”
- Alan Silvestri: A Night at the Movies
Concert Band will meet in Sectionals, focusing on the following:
- Shallow from “A Star Is Born”
Thursday, September 19th
Concert Band will rehearse in the Sanctuary, doing the same music as above
Symphonic Band will meet in Sectionals, doing the same music as above.
Also, please bring your RED BAND music to Sectionals. Your Mentor will spend a little time working on that music as well.
Our first Red Band gig, is Tuesday, September 24th @ 2:15pm, at Abraham School #22, 595 Upper Falls Blvd, Rochester. If you’d like to be part of this, please sign-up in rehearsal next week. The sign-up sheet will be located on the cabinet behind the conductors’ podium.
We’ve been getting a number of questions about the Rehearsal Schedule. You might not be aware, but the schedule for the entire year is posted on the website. http://www.rocnewhorizons.org/NHB_REHEARSAL_SCHEDULE_2019-20.pdf
The Concert Dates are also included on this schedule.
If you have not already done so, please be sure you have registered with ECMS. You can start this process by talking with Susan Miller or Paula Sousa.
We had a very good first week of rehearsals. Just a reminder: our first concert is November 10th, just 8 weeks away!
Have a great weekend.
Larry & Bruce
Rehearsal Notes for September 17 & 19:
220 South Winton Rd, Rochester, NY 14610 (refer to map at right)
from 9-11 AM, Tuesdays & Thursdays.
To view and/or download the 2016 -2017 Rehearsal Schedule, click on the "Band Rehearsal Schedule" link below.
New Horizon Concert and Symphonic Band Rehearsal Schedule
You Tube has videos or virtually all of the pieces that we perform. To help with your practice, you may want to visit You Tube and search for performances of music we are playing. It is an excellent way to hear the music and practice with the video. Click on the "You Tube Practice Videos" link below.