Please contact Michael Zaremba, Director of Performing Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.935.4147 (please leave a message with name and number)
There are no fees to be a member of any ensembles.
Yes. Students do not have to arrange transportation to any rehearsals or performances. It is important that students be on time for the bus departures.
Yes! Beginners are always welcome in any of our ensembles!
We will rent instruments for players – however, you should make every responsible effort to purchase your own instrument. Players who need instruments must contact the Director as soon as possible.
Purchasing your own instrument will allow you have access to your instrument whenever you want, allow you to progress faster and allow you to enjoy music after graduation.
Attendance at band camp is very important and is mandatory. At band camp the ensemble begins working together and we learn the show. The only reason an individual is excused from band camp is if they have a class conflict or illness. Everyone else needs to attend in order for the Marching Maroon ensemble to be effective.
Because this information is subject to change please contact Director Zaremba for more information.
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