Hebron 9th Grade Gym
Tuesday, October 29
Hebron Orchestra Spring Concert
May 24, 2018
7:00pm. Doors at 6:30
Click here for the full concert program:
The Hebron Orchestra program is comprised of three levels of orchestra: Chamber Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra, and Concert Orchestra. All members in good standing enjoy the same rights and privileges associated with the orchestra, including our yearly concert series, festivals, socials, parties, trips, and other events. Members of the advanced orchestras enjoy increased privileges as well as increased responsibility. Hebron Orchestra welcomes all young string musicians at all skill levels and experience. Our goal is to offer all students a rewarding musical experience. If you are new to Hebron Orchestra we can’t wait for you to be a part of the Hebron Orchestra family!
Download and review the following documents for further information on how to audition for an advanced orchestra. Feel free to contact Mr. Cautivar with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hebron Orchestra Pre-UIL
Concert 7:00pm/Call Time 6:30pm
Pyramids – Robert Frost
Ancient Flower – Yukiko Nishimura
The Blacksmith – Sean O’Laughlin
Rhythm Sticks – Shirl Jae Atwell
Folk Tune – Percy Fletcher
Miraj – Richard Meyer
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, 1st Movement – J.S. Bach
String Serenade, 2nd Movement – Antonin Dvorak
(Primavera Portena – Astor Piazzolla)
Primavera Portena will be performed at the Hebron Open House on Monday, February 26. Meeting time is 6:30pm.
Seasons Greetings Hawks,
Thank you all for joining us at our winter concert last night, and thank you for helping Hebron Orchestra have an incredible first semester! It was so nice to be able to share our music with our friends and family.
We have one more special thing for you all as we depart for the break. In addition to the ten concerts Hebron Orchestra members performed in this December, the students have produced a special Holiday Film Collection of holiday carols. The students formed small ensembles and made videos for their song selection. See if you can figure out which group your student is a member of:
The Gecko Bois
Matthew Fan Club
The Bee Hive
The Upside Downs
The Don’t Knows
Honey Nut Milk
The Yellow Mellows
The Ugly Ducklings
The Great Walls
The Glitter Bombs
We Miss You Chase
pap pap cla cla cla
the ting goes skrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrra
The Money Team
Leedle Leedle Lee
And the br br brrr boom
Please enjoy, and feel free to share with friends and family! This collection was specifically made for friends and family that weren’t able to join us at our live concert.
Thank you all and have a great break! We’ll see you next year!
Summer OFF (Orchestra For Fun) is a brand new orchestra camp for middle school students. The camp will meet every Wednesday in June @Hebron and focus on playing fun music, developing new skills, and making friends with other musicians.
Tuition is free!
Please fill out the camp registration form before the first session.
We hope to see you this summer!
Hebron HS Orchestra Spring Concert
May 19, 2016 7:00 pM
Avatar, Doug Spata
Midnight Tango , William Pordon
Bebop, Bob Lipton
An Armed Forces Tribute, arr Andrew Dabczynski
Hebron HS Alma Mater
Go West!, arr Ralph Ford
Western Reflections: American Sketches No 2, arr Mike Lewis
–Recognition of 2016 Graduating Seniors–
Music From Spider Man, Danny Elfman
Let’s Go Crazy, Prince arr Larry Moore
Reception will follow in the foyer.
Congratulations to the following students who were selected to the Region 24 Orchestras! Auditions were held on Saturday October 17th at Barbara Bush MS in Irving. The following students will represent Hebron High School at the Clinic & Concert in December at Liberty High School.
Symphony Orchestra Violin Elizabeth Wei Shwetha Menon Jennifer Zhang Alternate-Audrey Lee Cello Hee Jae Hong Isaac Ke Bass Sammy Alivernia Philharmonic Orchestra Violin Maximus Chu Raymond Chen Sade Oyedipe Viola Hulda Sun
WELCOME BACK! 2015-2016 is officially underway and we have started the year off strong! Chamber Orchestra is hard at work with preparations to attend the Honor String Festival in Allen, TX. Concert and Symphonic students received a set of fiddle tunes for our “BRING THE STRINGS” Homecoming Parade performance. Sectionals have begun and we’re on our way to GREAT YEAR!
SOME IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
Uniform fittings will take place Tuesday Sept 1 and Thursday Sept 3. See Charms email for links to Sign-Up Genius.
Orchestra parent meeting Tuesday Sept 8 at 7:00pm in the orchestra room, Main Campus. We will cover pertinent information for the year and also get a sneak preview of orchestra trip.
On Friday August 28, we had a special visit from Chamber Music International. Students were treated to a performance by Ko and Yuri Iwosaki. Afterwards students received a masterclass with Mr. Philip Lewis from the University of North Texas. We learned some very helpful tips for playing and students were definitely inspired by the experience.