Finn Hill Middle School competes in Music in the Parks festival

Concert band received the first place trophy in the “A” division.

  • Friday, August 10, 2018 11:03am
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Finn Hill Middle School seventh and eighth grade concert band, under the direction of Ron Maier, travelled to Federal Way to compete in the “Music in the Parks” band festival. The band performed two selections at the June 9 competition, “March for a Festive Occasion” by Eric Osterling, and “Pueblo, Land of Ancient Peoples” by John Higgins.

Their well polished performance earned them a score of 92.5 and the first place trophy in the “A” division. After their performance they spent the afternoon at Wild Waves where the event concluded with the awards ceremony.

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