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Teacher); Flute: Sam Brooks (Glen Landing MS); and Tuba/Euphonium: Tim Trout (Jack- son Township School District). Jon Porco (Absegami HS) coordinated this successful event.


Our 24th Annual High School Concert


Band Festival showcased 17 ensembles this year. Te performances by these groups are evidence of the many excellent instrumental music programs in South Jersey. Our festival coordinators were Mike Armstrong (Dept- ford HS) and Jon Porco (Absegami HS). Rick Dammers (Rowan University) was our host and members of the Rowan Collegiate NAfME assisted in creating a positive experi- ence for all of the participants. Sue Moore (Mansion Ave. School) and


William Trimble (Wenonah ES) did a won- derful job in coordinating our 25th Annual Elementary Honors Band Festival, which was hosted by Patrick O’Keefe at Shawnee High School on Saturday, April 29th. Our con- ductors this year were Marc Spatz (Atlantic City School District), Ed Cooke (Cinnamin- son HS), and Lori Ludlum (Oaklyn Public Schools, retired). Te managers for the festi- val were Dave Seals (Emma C. Attales MS), Christopher Carl (Lumberton MS), and Lori Ludewig (Oaklyn Public Schools). Te 2nd Annual Elementary String Fes-


tival will take place on Saturday, May 6th at Fernwood Avenue Rhea Fernandes (East- ern Regional HS) will coordinate this event


and Jocelyn Moore (Egg Harbor Township Schools) will be our host. Our conductors will be Jacob Weber (Johnson ES) and Mitch- ell Stowman (Cherokee HS). Dave Dunlap (Sandman Consolidated School) and Jayne Weiner (Evesham Township School District) will be our managers. Our Spring Meeting will be held on


Wednesday, May 31st at Seven Star Diner be- ginning at 9:00 am. Please call 609-457-0590 or email Patrick O’Keefe at patrickaokeefe@ gmail.com if you are able to attend. Please continue to check the website, maintained by Derek Rohaly (Mainland Regional High School), for the latest SJBODA updates. www. sjboda.org


Joseph Jacobs Secretary, SJBODA


agers; as well as Joseph Zachowski, Wash- ington Twp, who served as host of the fes- tival. The Concerto Philadelphia Girls Choir performed as our guest group, which was a great way to show the elementary singers a glimpse of their future as a singer in their later school years.


Congratulations to all


involved in this fun day! The membership met for their annu-


al Breakfast meeting on April 28th, at the Crowne Plaza in Cherry Hill.


Founder’s South JerseySJCDA


Choral Directors Association sjcda.net


On March 4th, the South Jersey El-


ementary Chorus performed, under the direction of conductor, Laura Harmon, of Cherry Hill Schools. A wonderful and edu- cational time was had by all. Special thanks to Patty Allen and Shaun Brauer, co-man-


&


Scholarship winner, Wes Hopkins per- formed, as well as Jenna Camacho, the first recipient of the Richard M. Smith Scholar- ship for Music Education. We were pleased to offer a reading session to our members, presented by Christopher Thomas, of Row- an University. The Board congratulates its members on another successful and musical school year. Best wishes for a relaxing summer! Nancy Dickinson, SJCDA President


HOW DO YOU MAKE AN ENSEMBLE EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME BET TER?


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The 2017 All-National Honor Ensembles will take place at


November 26-29, 2017 Apply today: nafme.org/ANHE Application deadline: May 12, 2017


• Recommend your students in grades 9, 10, or 11 during the 2016-2017 school year to apply


• The All-National Honor Ensembles represent the top performing high school musicians in each state across the country


• So much more than a musical ensemble, it is a comprehensive, musical, and educational experience


• Students will learn under the baton of leading conductors who are sure to inspire


• This year’s event will feature one of the nation’s only college music showcases


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