Carmel Valley Middle School to hold Winter Music Concerts

Carmel Valley Middle School’s award-winning music ensembles, under the direction of Music Director Scott Drechsel, invite you to attend their annual Winter Music Concerts. The Wednesday, Dec. 11, performance will feature the Bobcat Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra.  The Thursday, Dec. 12, performance will feature the Bobcat Band, the Symphonic Band, the Wind Ensemble, and the A.M. Jazz Band.  In total, the Winter Concerts will showcase the talents of over 200 musicians.

“I’m excited for this concert as the CVMS bands and orchestras have been putting forth a tremendous amount of effort for this concert,” said Scott Drechsel.  “The students continue to grow within their group with every passing month.”  The entire community is invited to attend.  A bake sale will follow the performances.

Both performances will be at the Carmel Valley Middle School Performing Arts Center, 3800 Mykonos Lane, San Diego, beginning at 6 p.m.  A $10 per family donation at the door is suggested to support to the Carmel Valley Music Boosters, Inc.  For more information about the Carmel Valley Music Boosters, Inc., visit www.cvmsmb.com.

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  2. Carmel Valley Middle School students win spot on All-State Honor Band
  3. Earl Warren Band to hold Spring Concerts
  4. An evening of Big Horn Music at the Carmel Valley Library on May 9
  5. Carmel Valley Middle School students selected for state honor band

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