Coastal Communities Concert Band to feature high school musicians

Talented high school musicians will participate with members of the Coastal Communities Concert Band at a “Salute to Young Musicians” performance May 1 at San Dieguito Academy, Encinitas.

Selected by directors from four San Dieguito Union High School District bands, the young musicians will join some 85 adult members of the Coastal Communities Concert Band in a program of popular music. One music scholarship of $1,500 and four music scholarships of $750 each will be awarded during the 2 p.m. concert.

For more information, visit www.ccband.com or call 760 436-6137.

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