Here is a look at one more of the electives offered this fall, Music with Jen. As Jen Tal explains, she didn’t know exactly how it would take shape, but students would be able to express themselves musically, get comfortable singing with a group and in front of a group. Here they are performing an […]
Is it a noun, a verb, or an onomatopoeia? Maybe all of the above. Katrien’s percussion class made good use of the boomwhackers — lightweight, hollow, color-coded, plastic tubes that are tuned to musical pitches by length. Enjoy “Eye of the Tiger.”
Grandparents, friends, and family members come together on this fun day to get an insider’s view of the North Branch community. They get the opportunity to go to classes with children and see just what makes the school so special. Here is a musical selection from the closing assembly for you to enjoy!
Enjoy a selection of music and poetry from Friday Assembly. First, is a Bach Minuet in G and then in honor of Black History Month, students read Let America Be America Again by Langston Hughes.
Friday’s assembly was a treat to the senses, showcasing music that is new and old and a little storytelling. Charlotte presented a fun original composition that the first After School Band put together on recorders and ukulele. And then she accompanied middle schoolers on a Scottish piece originally written for the bagpipe in 1746, about […]