Posts Tagged ‘Jim Horwich’

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Steel Drums Performance

March 12, 2014

WCSH6 Morning Report

I just got an email from Falmouth High School music teacher Jim Horwich about an upcoming event at their high school. In addition the played on WCSH6 Morning Report with the Falmouth Steel Drum. Not only does Jim teach steel drum classes but he plays in Pan Fried Steel from Yarmouth.

Screen shot 2014-03-11 at 12.45.41 PMAS SEEN ON TV!  Fresh off their recent appearance on the WCSH6 Morning Report, The Falmouth High School Percussion Ensemble and Steel Drum Band will be presenting their annual “Percussion Night” Concert on Thursday, March 27th at 7 PM in the FHS Theater.  They will be performing on a variety of percussion instruments, including traditional instruments, Electronic Percussion, Steel Drums, and even trash cans.  Music will cover many styles, including calypso to modern rock and even a new steel band arrangement of “Sweet Caroline.”  The concert will feature High School Percussion and Steel Drum classes, 8th grade Percussion Ensemble and special guests, “Pan Fried Steel” a community steel drum band from Yarmouth.  They play a diverse repertoire including calypso, reggae, soca, Latin, swing, and covers from Charlie Parker to Jimmy Buffett to the Beach Boys.  Come enjoy a fun night of music!

There are two videos clips at http://www.wcsh6.com/video/default.aspx?bctid=3269738751001

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Falmouth High School Spring Concert and Art Show

May 20, 2012

May 23, 2012, 7:30

The Falmouth High School Band and Choral groups will be performing their Spring Concert on Wednesday night at 7:30 PM in the Falmouth High School Theater.

Simultaneously the Falmouth High School Art Show with a reception in the school library will start at 6PM. There will be live demonstrations, food, and music.

An art class collaborated to create posters for the concert. The concert will have music from “The Wizard of Oz,”  “The Wiz,” and “Wicked.”  Some of the posters are included in this post. And artwork from the art department can be enjoyed at by clicking here.

Thank you to Falmouth High School music teacher, Jim Horwich for sending information for this post.

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