Uniform pick up is Monday, August 18 from 8 am – 12 pm.
We will have practice that night from 6 – 8 pm.
Thank you again to all the band members that participated at the re-opening of Jim’s Pizza Box.
Pictures of the event can be found on the Norwalk Reflector website or at: http://www.norwalkreflector.com/gallery/4746936
A video of the ribbon cutting and the band performing can also be found on the. Norwalk Reflector website or at: http://www.norwalkreflector.com/article/4747096
Pictures from the 2013 Buckeye Invitational can be viewed on the following link -
Please consider making a donation to the EHS Music Boosters. Your contributions, both in volunteering and providing a donation, help to sustain our school’s vibrant music programs. All donations, no matter what size, help make our music programs a success. Thank you for your continued support of the Edison Music Programs.
Edison Music Department
Denise Reilly, Pamela Notley & Judie Ludwig
Please fill out the attached form and deposit into the box at the concession stand or complete the following and return it to:
Edison High School Music Department
2306 St. Rte. 113 E.
Milan, OH 44846
Click on READ MORE for the Edison Music Booster Membership Form.
Help us earn money when you shop!
Kroger Community Rewards: Sign up at Kroger, or if you are already enrolled be sure to re-enroll each year to continue earning funds for the upcoming year.
IGA: Turn in receipts to the band office.
Gordon Food Service: At check out mention it is for the Edison Band.
IT’S THAT EASY!
Easter Sunday while many people were getting ready to retire for the Evening, 35 members of the Edison Stage Band and their chaperones were loading a charter bus to travel to New York City. Stage Band usually travels once every 4 years. New York City was selected because of an opportunity to perform aboard the USS Intrepid (a retired aircraft carrier that served in World War 2 and Viet Nam), and to tour the world acclaimed Julliard School of Music.
After travelling through the night, the group was dropped off at Rockefeller Center where the TODAY show was being broadcast. The group then toured Radio City Music Hall, visited the Top of the Rock for a spectacular view of the city, enjoyed dinner, took a group photo, and retired to our hotel for some much needed rest.
Tuesday morning we explored lower Manhattan, and