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Show Low HS students selected for Southern Utah University Honor Band Festival this weekend

This year’s exciting High School Honor Band Festival was held on the beautiful campus of Southern Utah University.

Students were selected by audition to rehearse and perform outstanding wind band literature under the direction of Dr. Adam Lambert, Director of Bands at Southern Utah University.

Students selected for the SUU High School Band participated on Jan. 5 and 6. Rehearsals and activities culminating in a concert at the end of the second day at the Heritage Center Theater in Cedar City, Utah.

They rehearsed with the top musicians from AZ, NV, UT, and CA.

Show Low High School students selected: Aiden Ratliff, Aden Johnson, Hunter Netz, Samantha Anzures, Peter Garcia, Emily Reveles, Serenity Cabrera and Camila McNeil. Featured in the picture. Picture Credit: Show Low Highschool.


Congratulations Cougars

Mountain Daily Star Staff Reports


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