Reagan Orchestra Does Pit Crew Duty

Submitted By Katherine Johnston

“Look down! Look down!” begins the work song in the opening act of Les Miserables. If indeed you were to “look down” just below the stage in the Reagan Fine Arts Auditorium last month, you would have seen approximately 46 student musicians in the orchestra pit tuning up to play non-stop sets of musical accompaniment to the Reagan production of the internationally acclaimed musical by Boublil and Schonberg. Continue reading Reagan Orchestra Does Pit Crew Duty

Queen Of The International Black And White Ball

Submitted By Nadine Barrientos

Congratulations to Alaya Barrientos Daoud on being crowned the 2015 Queen of the International Back and White Ball (IBWB). Founded in 1933 by Maria R. Magnon, the IBWB is dedicated to the promotion of goodwill, friendship and understanding between Mexico and the United States, particularly Texas. Continue reading Queen Of The International Black And White Ball

Antonian Middle School At Rolling Hills

Submitted By Jane Lea

Antonian Middle School at Rolling Hills is the newest addition to the Catholic school community in the Archdiocese of San Antonio. In their inaugural year, their outstanding concert band program has 60 members playing instruments ranging from flute to trombone and from bass guitar to percussion. Their band recently performed in a spectacular Christmas program in conjunction with Antonian College Preparatory High School. Continue reading Antonian Middle School At Rolling Hills