Comal ISD Fine Arts Department

December 6-12

Events This Week:

Canyon HS Winter One Act Plays

Monday, Dec. 7th, 5pm

1404 Interstate 35

New Braunfels, TX

SVHS Holiday Choir Concert

Monday, Dec. 7th, 7pm

14001 Texas 46

New Braunfels, TX

Johnson Ranch Elementary 2nd and 3rd Grade Program

Tuesday, Dec. 8th, 6pm

30501 Johnson Way

Bulverde, TX

Hoffman Lane Elementary 4th Grade Program

Tuesday, Dec. 8th, 6:30pm

4600 Farm to Market Road 306

New Braunfels, TX

SVMS and SBMS Holiday Band Concert for 7th and 8th Grades

Tuesday, Dec. 8th, 6:30pm

14001 Texas 46

New Braunfels, TX

Canyon High Beginning Piano Recital

Tuesday, Dec. 8th, 6:30pm

1404 Interstate 35

New Braunfels, TX

Bill Brown ES Trailblazer Choir performs at Broadway Bank

Thursday, Dec. 10th, 12pm

20440 Texas 46

Spring Branch, TX

Timberwood Park Elementary 4th Grade Program

Thursday, Dec. 10th, 6:30pm

26715 South Glenrose Road

San Antonio, TX

Canyon High Holiday Band Concert

Thursday, Dec. 10th, 7pm

1404 Interstate 35

New Braunfels, TX

SVMS Beginning Band Holiday Concert

Thursday, Dec. 10th, 7pm

6101 Farm to Market Road 311

Spring Branch, TX

Bill Brown ES Trailblazer Choir to perform at HEB

Friday, Dec. 11th, 3pm

20725 Texas 46

Spring Branch, TX

Canyon High Choir Concert

Friday, Dec. 11th, 7pm

1404 Interstate 35

New Braunfels, TX

Sattler Parade with MVMS and CLHS Bands

Saturday, Dec. 12th, 9am

Canyon Lake, TX, United States

Canyon Lake, TX

MVMS Holiday Band Concert

Saturday, Dec. 12th, 2pm

8555 Farm to Market 32

Fischer, TX

Art and Science More Alike than Different!

Art and science. To those who practice neither, they seem like polar opposites, one data-driven, the other driven by emotion. One dominated by technical introverts, the other by expressive eccentrics. For those of us involved in either field today (and many of us have a hand in both), we know that the similarities between how artists and scientists work far outweigh their stereotypical differences. Both are dedicated to asking the big questions placed before us: “What is true? Why does it matter? How can we move society forward?” Both search deeply, and often wanderingly, for these answers. We know that the scientist’s laboratory and the artist’s studio are two of the last places reserved for open-ended inquiry, for failure to be a welcome part of the process, for learning to occur by a continuous feedback loop between thinking and doing.

Twenty-one Canyon High School Band Students that Earned Recognition as TMEA All-District / All-Region Band Members

Congratulations to:

Flute:

Katie Acker (All-District) 9th Grade

Oboe:

Ted McDonald (All-District) 12th Grade

Clarinet:

Maike Morrison (All-District / Region) 12th Grade

Niyasha Johnson (All-District) 10th Grade

Contra Bass Clarinet:

Gabi Clark (All-District / Region) 11th Grade

Alto Sax:

James Smith (All-District / Region) 12th Grade

Colin Calderon (All-District) 11th Grade

Trumpet:

Hannah Baer (All-District / Region) 9th Grade

Jacob Padilla (All-District) 12th Grade

Tyler Waitte (All-District) 9th Grade

French Horn:

Carly Neill (All-District / Region) 11th Grade

Trombone:

Nick Moppin (All-District / Region) 12th Grade

Ethan Denfeld (All-District) 11th Grade

Shera Covington (All-District) 12th Grade

Euphonium:

Dante Henschen (All-District / Region) 10th Grade

Tuba:

Samuel Hauptman (All-District / Region) 11th Grade

Christian Alves (All-District / Region) 12th Grade

Bennett Emmons (All-District) 10th Grade

Percussion:

Nick Esqueda (All-District / Region) 12th Grade

David Churchwell (All-District / Region) 11th Grade

Alyssa Schneider (All-District / Region) 11th Grade

Canyon Lake Choir at Wassailfest!

North Central Baptist Winter Celebration

Smithson Valley Silver Spurs Dance Team

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