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North Hills shows put music program in spotlight

| Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012

The musical and theatrical ensembles in the North Hills School District will celebrate "Music in our Schools Month" with concerts and performances that showcase elementary through high school programs.

On Wednesday, the 4th through 12th grade choral ensembles will present a concert themed "Songs of the Stage: Celebrating the Music of Broadway Throughout the Ages."

On March 6, the Elementary Strings, Junior High Orchestra and Senior High Orchestra will present "Orchestra Night."

The annual Band-O-Rama is set for March 8, featuring band students in grades seven through 12.

The Elementary Bands Spring Concert on March 28 will feature students from all four elementary schools in grades 4-6.

All concerts are free and open to the public and begin at 7 p.m. in the junior high auditorium, located at 55 Rochester Road.

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