For the Music Program, visit: www.southrivermusic.org
Join the South River Music Boosters…
2017 Summer Band Camp Dates:
- Week 1: August 1 – August 4 8am to 3pm
- Week 2: August 7 – August 12 3pm to 8pm
- Saturday, August 12 – Camp Cookout 6 to 8pm
- Special Band Rehearsal, Wednesday, August 30 3 – 8pm
…………. $100 per student
Music In The News:
From Mr & Mrs Larry Hogan, Office of the Maryland State Governor, Public Holiday Open House Invitation, Saturday, December 17, 2016:
“Special thanks to the South River String Quartet. The String Quartet is a student-run ensemble, part of the South River High School Music Department…comprised of the first year chair players in the SR Orchestra, and has the distinct honor of performing for past and present Superintendents of Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Maryland State Department of Education, former Lt Governor of Maryland, Deans and Presidents of Maryland colleges and universities and now the Governor and First Lady of the State of Maryland.
“The Stringhawks Guitar Ensemble is a newly formed music group in the SR Music Department, but already their members are raising funds for various charities. The have performed alongside the SR Choralaires and other vocal ensembles… The student run ensemble… explores many genre, instrumentation and arrangements of original music for various plucked instruments…”
2015 Marching Band – MLK Parade in Annapolis:
Music / Athletics Fair Share Information:
Students with a desire to participate in a music ensemble and who want to be part of other intrinsically rewarding school groups, including athletics, clubs, leadership, ROTC, and JumpStart at AACC, are eligible for the “Fair Share” policy.
“Fair Share” allows students to divide their time between their music ensembles and their other special interests so that they participate for no less than 1 hour with the music ensemble before/after heading to their next activity.
Should a student have a conflict between an athletic contest and a music performance, “Fair Share” allows:
- the student to go directly to an athletic contest if the event conflicts with a music rehearsal
- the student to skip an athletic practice or meeting and report directly to a scheduled music concert or public performance
- parents to work out alternate arrangements if a performance and contest occur on the same day so that the student will have the opportunity to participate in both events, if possible
Participation in after-school music practice is essential for building proficiency and a part of the students course grade. While coaches, sponsors and other personnel will be working together to minimize scheduling overlaps, it is the student’s responsiblity to review schedules and make arrangements to eliminate conflicts between activities.
The full “Fair Share” policy is available HERE.