LRHS musicians featured live on SNN

Kaitlyn Harper- Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – On Monday the LRHS indoor percussion ensemble performed live on the Suncoast News Network (SNN) morning TV show.

SNN anchor and meteorologist Marco La Manno covered the performance as it aired live on television.

La Manno is slated to be master of ceremonies at an Arts Alive event that highlights local artistic talent.   He said the performance was a good opportunity to showcase local artists.

“We’d like to let the community know what Arts Alive is all about and how much the arts in Manatee County has grown,” he said.

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LRHS band director John Schindler was very proud of his Mustangs for their performance.

 “They did a great job. It was a very fun and cool thing to be involved in,” he said.

La Manno has previously covered the LRHS band and he really enjoyed the performance.

The LRHS indoor percussion ensemble perform at the Arts Alive event held at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 28 at the GROVE restaurant at Lakewood Ranch Main Street.