Should I bring my instrument?

June 21st, 2010 by Bridget

Please do, although it is not required. Sessions involving the Directors Band will be noted on the schedule. In addition, you may need instruments for any of the “hands on” sessions you plan to attend. Space and the number of music folders are sometimes limited. Your cooperation is sharing playing time is always appreciate!

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