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Students spread cheer in biggest Brass Day ever

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Students spread cheer in biggest Brass Day ever

PLAYING CHRISTMAS TUNES, the Bethel Park Brass Day members have fun spreading some joy.

PLAYING CHRISTMAS TUNES, the Bethel Park Brass Day members have fun spreading some joy.

John Williams

PLAYING CHRISTMAS TUNES, the Bethel Park Brass Day members have fun spreading some joy.

John Williams

John Williams

PLAYING CHRISTMAS TUNES, the Bethel Park Brass Day members have fun spreading some joy.

Anastasia Williams, Staff Writer

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On Monday, Dec. 10, Bethel Park had their annual Brass Day. The event was all about spreading holiday cheer to everyone before the holidays begin.

This year, there were over 100 students ranging from grades 5 to 12 who participated in the event, making it the most participated in Brass Day ever!

The Day provided younger students with the chance to learn new music and get advice from the upperclassmen. In return, it was a chance for the older students to be appropriate role models for the younger kids.

Before the students went to the retirement home to perform, they got to participate in a master class with a professor from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP.) The professor gave the students tips on how to practice, play, and so much more. As a special treat, he brought some of his students from IUP to play with the Bethel Park students. They also played some tunes of their own for the audience.

Junior Nick Williams was a spectator at the performance and said, “It was awesome to hear the brass play all of these classical Christmas songs.”

The night was a lot of fun with everyone involved. The students got to spend time with one another and play some tunes, and the parents and audience got to hear some quality music to put them into the holiday spirit.

We hope to see you again next year!

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Anastasia Williams, Staff Writer

Every Friday night, the football games are full of fun and marching band music. The marching band plays throughout the game with unity and confidence....

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