The Junior, Senior and Stage Bands of Town of Webb UFSD invite the community to a night of music at the school gym on Thursday, February 26 at 7 p.m.
The program theme is “Places in Time” and will feature music depicting diverse time periods from around the world. Included in the program are Offenbach’s Can-Can, Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, My Funny Valentine, Gospel John, The Flintstones, and a medley of music from the films Gladiator and Ben Hur.
The students will be under the direction of Emily E. Herrmann, instrumental music instructor.
The Senior, Junior and Stage Bands at Town of Webb School, under the direction of instrumental music teacher Emily Herrmann, will be performing their holiday concert on Wednesday, December 17 at 7 p.m.
A special feature will be each section of the band performing as a small ensemble.
Selections will include various Christmas favorites, music from Disney’s Frozen, Hark Those Harold Angels Rock, and Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree.
The public is invited to get into the holiday spirit with a night full of Christmas music at the school.
The Town of Webb School’s Senior, Junior, and Stage Bands will be performing in their first concert of the school year in the TOW School gymnasium on Thursday, November 6 at 7 p.m.
The students will be under the direction of Instrumental Music teacher Emily E. Herrmann.
Musical selections will include National Emblem March, Kentucky 1800, Sing Sing Sing, Land of Make Believe, Fighting Falcon March, and George of the Jungle.
Students need to be in the band room by 6:30 p.m. Senior Band will wear all black and Junior Band will wear black bottoms and white tops.
The community is invited to come out and support the students.
Town of Webb and Inlet Common School band students traveled to Watertown High School to be adjudicated in the New York State School Music Association’s (NYSSMA) Solo Festival on Saturday, April 26th.
From Left, Row 1- Collin Weedmark, Britney Levi, Shawn Hansen, Mary Roach, Ryan Johnston, Mac Ritz-Kenny.
Row 2- Olivia Phaneuf, Karen Thornton, Megan DeFilipps, Paige Schweinsberg, Fern Bailey, Dayna DeAngelo.
Row 3- Wyatt Beckingham, Jacob Bolton, Tyler Rudolph, Skyler Delano, Julie Brosemer, Emily Rudolph, Brooke Dolan.
At the event, each student had to perform a prepared solo, memorize major scales, and complete sight reading in front of an adjudicator. Thirty-two of the students represented Town of Webb UFSD and three were from Inlet Common School—all are students of Mrs. Emily Herrmann. Continue reading
The Town of Webb School Junior and Senior Bands, under the direction of Instrumental Music Teacher Emily Herrmann, will perform music from around the world at their Spring Cabaret Band Concert on Thursday, May 8 at 7 p.m. in the school gymnasium.
Fifth grade Town of Webb students and fifth and sixth grade band students from the Inlet Common School will be joining the Junior Band for several songs.
“For most of these students, this will be the very first band concert of their musical careers,” said Herrmann.
The Stage Band will be playing a classic Duke Ellington swing chart, music from The Blues Brothers, and a popular Kansas song.
All are invited to come and enjoy an evening of music with refreshments served at their tables.
The Town of Webb School’s Holiday Collage Band Concert, which will include performances by the Junior, Senior and Stage Bands, will be held in the school gymnasium on Wednesday, December 18 at 7 p.m.
The concert will include smaller instrumental groups that will also be playing holiday favorites. The students will be under the direction of instrumental music instructor Emily Herrmann.
Cookies and punch will follow the performance.
The Town of Webb Senior Band, Junior Band, and Stage Band will present their first concert of the year on Thursday, November 21.
The concert, under the direction of Webb’s Instrumental Music Instructor Emily Herrmann, is titled, Americans We, and will feature works from American composers including Henry Fillmore, David Holsinger, and George Gershwin.
It will also include music on such American themes as football, Disney, and super heroes. Seventy students from grades six through 12 will be participating.
The program begins at 7 p.m in the school gymnasium. It is free of charge and all are invited to attend.