Music

Junior high hosts concert

Unity Junior High School held a vocal concert last Thursday at Polly Anderson Auditorium at Unity High School.


Advent event

St. Thomas Catholic School in Philo held an Advent program on Dec. 17 at the Thelma Melohn Gymnasium in the R.E. Franks Meeting Center.


Unity West holds 5th Nutcracker show

Unity West Elementary School had its fifth annual performance of third-grade students performing “The Nutcracker” on Dec. 15.


Annual Unity marching band camp held

Unity High School recently held its annual marching band camp.
For seven hours each day, band members rehearsed their music and marching.
Band director Bill Jean was pleased that weather forecasts of rain for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday proved incorrect.

Read the full story in the Aug. 21 issue of The County Star.


Show choir camp held

The Unity Show Choir's in-house camp was held July 28 through Aug. 2 in the fine arts wing.


Jazz 'n' Java held

Unity Music Boosters hosted the fourth annual Jazz ‘n’ Java, an evening of music, last Thursday at the R.E. Franks Meeting Center in Philo. The Franks Center was converted to an informal coffeehouse so that guests could mingle and enjoy a cup of java and dessert while listening to the sounds of the many different ensembles from Unit 7.


Unity High School Spring Concert

Unity High School held a spring concert last Tuesday at which the Concert Choir and Wind Ensemble performed in Polly Anderson Auditorium.


Unity 5th-8th Vocal Concert

A vocal concert for fifth- through eighth-grade students in the Unit 7 schools was held last Thursday in the Polly Anderson Auditorium at Unity High School.


Students take audience on musical journey through time

“A Musical Journey through Time” was the theme of the concert for third-, fourth- and fifth-graders last Tuesday at Unity East Elementary School. Music teacher Jocelyn Pritchard directed.


Parents design and build elaborate sets that help make Unity High School musicals come to life

Anyone who saw Unity High School’s recent production of the musical “Grease” had their experience enhanced by a dedicated group of parents who pitched in to make the sets.


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