Orchestra Students Playing with Barrage
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A concert featuring world-wide musical group Barrage will be playing with orchestra students Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Pickard Auditorium.
The orchestra teacher Philip Smith shared that the show will have a plethora of amazing things happening all at once with it being a violin-based show with high-energy choreography.
Smith has been working with Barrage for years and describes the show as “impressive.”
The group is based in Canada, but the players are from all around the world. Some of their songs include: “Calypso Jam,” “Chopsticken” and “Seven Wicked Reels.”
The performance will include three tunes including students grades 6-12, which will begin the second half of the performance.
“They have a great impact on the community, and get kids going,” Smith said when asked why he chose Barrage to perform.
Although orchestra students and their parents get tickets first, the show is open to the public, and the price of admission is $10.
“I can’t wait to not only watch them but perform with them as well!” Bass player in the high school orchestra, Hope DeShaney said.
This is the perfect concert for anyone with a desire to see something amazing.