by Olivia Smith
Loveland, Ohio – On Thursday, April 29th, the Loveland High School Jazz Lab Band and Jazz Orchestra will be performing at the Narrow Path Brewing Company in Historic Downtown Loveland starting at 7 PM.
On Tuesday, May 4th, the Loveland High School Concert and Symphonic bands, along with the Wind Ensemble will be performing in the Nisbet Park Amphitheater starting at 6 PM.
The Jazz bands will be playing a wide variety of tunes, such as the theme from “Family Guy” and a Stevie Wonder Medley. You all can enjoy Narrow Path’s wide variety of beers while listening to fun music and supporting the Loveland music program.
The High School’s concert bands have a fun variety of tunes as well, including the one and only theme song from “Star Wars”. They will have interim superintendent Bradley Neavin guest conduct a piece as well.
These two outdoor, COVID-19 friendly events are a great way for all of you to support the wonderful music program in Loveland, and see what they do.
The music program in the Loveland City Schools wants to bring the music to the public instead of bringing the public to the music.
I am involved in both the Jazz Orchestra and the Wind Ensemble at the High School, and it is so important for everyone involved in the bands to be able to share our hard work with everyone. Each and every person involved in the music program at Loveland loves music and loves making music. So getting to do these concerts is a really great opportunity.
I asked Bea Aldrich, a graduating senior, what her favorite part of the music program at Loveland is and she said she loves how “there are so many different opportunities for extracurriculars that anyone can find something they enjoy”.
The program is just a really great outlet for so many people. That’s why it is important that we have the public’s support. With your support, we can keep doing what we love.
So, if you want to have a fun time listening to some fantastic music, come support us on April 29th and May 4th!