LCSS band teacher Dena Baumann directs the Grade 8 Concert Band performing Serengeti Dreams by Robert W. Smith during a Winter’s Night of Music featuring secondary band students in Williams Lake at the Columneetza campus on Wednesday evening.

A winter’s night of music

A Winter’s Night of Music, featuring secondary band students in Williams Lake, was held at the Columneetza campus on Wednesday evening.

A Winter’s Night of Music, featuring secondary band students in Williams Lake, was held at Lake City Secondary School’s Columneetza campus on Wednesday evening.

Musical pieces ranged from Christmas and holiday themes, including I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas, to the all-time favourite theme to Mission Impossible.

The students performed in front of a packed house filled with family and friends.The evening also showcased the Grade 7 Beginner Band with dozens of soloists, the Grade 7 second year band, the LCSS Tour Band directed by band teacher Laura Eilers, culminating with a huge number of the students playing together for a Holiday Medley.



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