Prism concert highlights Mustang musical mastery

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LRHS band director Ron Lambert (standing) directs Mustang musicians.

Lexi Tibbetts – Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – On Dec. 12 the LRHS band held its annual Prism Concert. The Prism concert features performances from all bands, featuring instruments from marimbas to trombones. This concert was a way for everyone to show off the musical progress they’ve made throughout the year.

“Overall the concert was a huge success and everyone was excited to finally be able to show off all the hard work we put into practicing for this event.”, said junior Anthony Sivia of the LRHS drumline.

The groups that preformed were: symphonic winds, wind symphony, alto saxes, flutes, clarinets, color guard equipment, low wood/winds, color guard dance, jazz band, trumpets, mellophones, low brass, tubas, percussion, drum line, and the LRHS marching band. The concert was packed full of entertainment as the performances featured amazing skits and even music arranged by the students.

The concert was winter themed; students performed numbers such as, “The dance of the sugar plum fairies “and “Sleigh ride.” Other numbers that were less holiday themed were, “Rainbow connection”, “Lord of the rings” and “Another One Bites the Dust.”

The next concert is in spring and will feature all of the bands as well.

If you are interested in joining marching band please contact music teachers Ron Lambert or Kristen Greene.

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