LBMS Patriot Orchestras
Be Apart of the 2021-2022 Orchestras @ LBMS
I hope that all is well with you and your family during this challenging time. I am so proud of each of our orchestra students for their amazing personal strength and unending desire to participate in the orchestra program during this time of COVID. It is heartwarming for me to have the opportunity to continue to teach your orchestra student and it is my hope that the orchestra program and music has been a source of emotional support for your student during these challenging times. This year the Orchestra program has been far from normal but as we are approaching orchestra sign-ups for next year, I wanted to reach out to our orchestra families to share our hopes and plans for next year.
It is my plan for next year to have our normal orchestra activities such as concerts, competitions and trips. As your orchestra student begins at Liberty Bell Middle School let me share with you the things that Liberty Bell Patriot Orchestra will be doing. All of these activities are fun and exciting for your orchestra student as they continue to develop their musical skills.
As you and your orchestra student begin thinking about orchestra next year please consider being a part of the LBMS Patriot Orchestra. There is a link at the bottom of this newsletter where you can enroll or unenroll your student in the Johnson City Schools Orchestra program.
On behalf of Liberty Bell Middle School and myself, it is our pleasure to offer our orchestra program and meet you in person really soon! We hope that you encourage your child to continue to be a part of the orchestra program. If I can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Johnson City Schools
Our 2021-2022 Concert Season
Competition Trip to Carowinds
Other Orchestra Activities
As you and your orchestra student begin thinking about orchestra next year please consider being a part of the LBMS Patriot Orchestra. Click the link and you can select whether your orchestra student will be participating or not.