Carmel Valley Middle School Winter Music Concerts

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Carmel Valley Middle School’s award-winning music ensembles, under the direction of Music Director Scott Drechsel, recently held their annual Winter Music Concerts. The Dec. 11 performance featured the Bobcat Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra.  The Dec. 12 performance featured the Bobcat Band, the Symphonic Band, the Wind Ensemble, and the A.M. Jazz Band.  In total, the Winter Concerts showcased the talents of more than 200 musicians.

For more information about the Carmel Valley Music Boosters, Inc.,
visit www.cvmsmb.com.

Photos/Jon Clark

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