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    Post  phuynh on Sun Sep 13, 2009 1:44 pm

    Saturday, September 12, 2009, Orchestra 3 attended Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival. Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of the hundreds and thousands of Southern California high schools to make an appearance and perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School; they will be “showing and teaching future music conductors different teaching methods used by our students. One of the main purposes of Arcadia’s Orchestra 3 going was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance. As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques have been mastered such as tuning methods. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways and teach them. As future instructors of music, Arcadia High School “wants to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have to teach but they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  ashleychi on Sun Sep 13, 2009 5:21 pm

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    On Saturday, September 12, 2009, [insert 'Arcadia High School's] Orchestra 3 attended Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival [insert '(SCSBOA)']. Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of the hundreds and thousands of Southern California high schools to make an appearance and perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School; [replace with period] they will be “showing and teaching future music conductors different teaching methods used by our students. [rewrite in past tense] One of the main purposes of Arcadia’s [delete] Orchestra 3 going [change to 'Orchestra 3's participation'] was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance. As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques have been mastered such as tuning methods. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways and teach them. As future instructors of music, Arcadia High School “wants to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have [a chance] to teach but they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  phuynh on Sun Sep 13, 2009 9:28 pm

    Saturday, September 12, 2009, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 attended Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of the hundreds and thousands of Southern California high schools to make an appearance and perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. There they “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of Orchestra 3’s participation was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance. As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques have been mastered such as tuning methods. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways and teach them. As future instructors of music, Arcadia High School “wants to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach but they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  ashleychi on Mon Sep 14, 2009 5:10 pm

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    [insert 'On'] Saturday, September 12, 2009, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 attended Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of the hundreds and thousands of Southern California high schools [insert 'that had auditioned'] to make an appearance and [delete] perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. There [insert comma] they “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of Orchestra 3’s participation was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance. As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques have been mastered such as tuning methods. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways and teach them. As future instructors of music, Arcadia High School “wants to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach [insert comma] but [delete] they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  phuynh on Mon Sep 14, 2009 5:58 pm

    On Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 attended Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of the hundreds and thousands of Southern California high schools that had auditioned to perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. There they “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of Orchestra 3’s participation was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques have been mastered such as tuning methods. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways and teach them. As future instructors of music, Arcadia High School “wants to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  ashleychi on Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:06 pm

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    On Saturday, Sept. [September; spell out the whole word] 12, 2009, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 attended [change to 'performed at']Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of the hundreds and thousands of Southern California high schools that had auditioned to perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. There they “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of Orchestra 3’s participation was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques have been mastered such as tuning methods [change to 'most basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered']. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways and teach them [change to 'to teach their classes']. As future instructors of music, Arcadia High School “wants to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  phuynh on Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:14 pm

    On Saturday, September 12, 2009, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of the hundreds and thousands of Southern California high schools that had auditioned to perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. There they “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of Orchestra 3’s participation was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways and teach their classes. As future instructors of music, Arcadia High School “wants to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  ashleychi on Mon Sep 14, 2009 6:32 pm

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    On Saturday, September 12, 2009, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of the hundreds and [delete, it's repetitive] thousands of Southern California high schools that had auditioned to perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. There [delete] they “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of Orchestra 3’s participation was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways and [replace with 'to'] teach their classes. As future instructors of music [who? AHS? other music teachers from other schools?] , Arcadia High School “wants to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  phuynh on Mon Sep 14, 2009 9:45 pm

    On Saturday, September 12, 2009, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high schools that had auditioned to perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. They “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of Orchestra 3’s participation was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their classes. For other future instructors of music, Arcadia High School wanted "to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  ashleychi on Mon Sep 14, 2009 10:14 pm

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    On Saturday, September 12, 2009 [delete], Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s festival (SCSBOA). Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high schools that had auditioned to perform at SCSBOA. At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. They “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of Orchestra 3’s participation was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their classes. For other future instructors of music, Arcadia High School wanted "to help improve their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  ChristinaZhou on Mon Sep 14, 2009 10:16 pm

    On Saturday, September 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced orchestra 3 musicans were proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high schools to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period would be like at Arcadia High School. They “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their classes. Arcadia High School wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”


    @ashley- our high school didn’t audition.
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    Post  ashleychi on Tue Sep 15, 2009 9:56 pm

    okay, got it Smile

    On Saturday, September 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced orchestra [capitalize] 3 musicans [delete] were [was] proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high schools [replace with 'high school orchestras'] to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period would be like at Arcadia High School. They “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their classes. Arcadia High School wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
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    Post  ChristinaZhou on Wed Sep 16, 2009 12:42 am

    On Saturday, September 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high school orchestras to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the festival, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period would be like at Arcadia High School. They “showed and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our students. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let “other conductors learn different teaching methods through [their] given performance." As an advanced orchestra class, most basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their classes. Arcadia High School wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”

    @editoorsss- Pam and I are still working on getting it longer, but we're awaiting more info... we'll definatly get it done and posted up on the forum by the end if class today... is that okay?
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    Post  ChristinaZhou on Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:15 am

    On Saturday, September 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high school orchestras to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the conference, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period would be like at Arcadia High School. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let other conductors learn different teaching methods through our advanced orchestra’s given performance. According to Julia Namkoong, Orchestra President, students “[demonstrated] and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our own Arcadia High School musicians. As an advanced orchestra class, a majority of basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their future orchestral classes. Arcadia High School wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques,” and not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”

    Reflecting upon the event, Danny Lin, an Orchestra 3 member, thought the experience “was very helpful for us, as an orchestra.” The SCSBOA fall conference was the first time Orchestra 3 performed as a whole, and they played together in harmony. “The feeling of helping other people is one of a kind,” says Danny, “And [I’m glad that] we were able to experience it while helping future conductors.”
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    Post  ashleychi on Fri Sep 18, 2009 11:22 am

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    On Saturday, September [Sept.] 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high school orchestras to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the conference, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period would be like at Arcadia High School. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let other conductors learn different teaching methods through our advanced orchestra’s given [delete] performance. According to Julia Namkoong, Orchestra President, students “[demonstrated] and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our own Arcadia High School musicians. As an advanced orchestra class, a majority of basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their future orchestral classes. Arcadia High School wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques,” and not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”

    Reflecting upon the event, Danny Lin, an Orchestra 3 member, thought the experience “was very helpful for us, as an orchestra.” The SCSBOA fall conference was the first time Orchestra 3 performed as a whole, and they played together in harmony. “The feeling of helping other people is one of a kind,” says Danny, “And [I’m glad that] we were able to experience it while helping future conductors.” bounce
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    Post  ChristinaZhou on Sun Sep 20, 2009 4:40 pm

    On Saturday, Sept. 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high school orchestras to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the conference, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period would be like at Arcadia High School. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let other conductors learn different teaching methods through our advanced orchestra’s performance. According to Julia Namkoong, Orchestra President, students “[demonstrated] and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our own Arcadia High School musicians. As an advanced orchestra class, a majority of basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their future orchestral classes. Arcadia High School wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques,” and not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”

    Orchestra 3 not only demonstrated tuning techniques, but also perfromed four songs including Trauer, Union Train from Sweet First Dreams, Song Without Words, and Corale. Julie Chung said that the performance went “really really well…especially since we found out about [SCSBOA] at orchestra camp. We sounded really professional.”

    Reflecting upon the event, Danny Lin, an Orchestra 3 member, thought the experience “was very helpful for us, as an orchestra.” The SCSBOA fall conference was the first time Orchestra 3 performed as a whole, and they played together in harmony. “The feeling of helping other people is one of a kind,” says Danny, “And [I’m glad that] we were able to experience it while helping future conductors.”
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    Post  ashleychi on Mon Sep 21, 2009 7:43 pm

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    On Saturday, Sept. 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high school orchestras to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the conference, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period would be [replace with 'is'] like at Arcadia High School. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let other conductors learn different teaching methods through our advanced orchestra’s performance. According to Julia Namkoong, Orchestra President, students “[demonstrated] and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our own Arcadia High School musicians. As an advanced orchestra class, a majority of basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their future orchestral classes. Arcadia High School [the high school or the orchestra?] wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques,” and not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”

    Orchestra 3 not only demonstrated tuning techniques, but also perfromed four songs including Trauer, Union Train from Sweet First Dreams, Song Without Words, and Corale. Julie Chung said that the performance went “really really well…especially since we found out about [SCSBOA] at orchestra camp. We sounded really professional.”

    Reflecting upon the event, Danny Lin, an Orchestra 3 member, thought the experience “was very helpful for us, as an orchestra.” The SCSBOA fall conference was the first time [insert 'this year'] Orchestra 3 performed as a whole, and they played together in harmony. “The feeling of helping other people is one of a kind,” says Danny, “And [I’m glad that] we were able to experience it while helping future conductors.”
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    Post  ChristinaZhou on Tue Sep 22, 2009 12:57 am

    On Saturday, Sept. 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high school orchestras to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the conference, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let other conductors learn different teaching methods through our advanced orchestra’s performance. According to Julia Namkoong, Orchestra President, students “[demonstrated] and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our own Arcadia High School musicians. As an advanced orchestra class, a majority of basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their future orchestral classes. Our Orchestra 3 wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques,” and not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”

    Orchestra 3 not only demonstrated tuning techniques, but also perfromed four songs including Trauer, Union Train from Sweet First Dreams, Song Without Words, and Corale. Julie Chung said that the performance went “really really well…especially since we found out about [SCSBOA] at orchestra camp. We sounded really professional.”

    Reflecting upon the event, Danny Lin, an Orchestra 3 member, thought the experience “was very helpful for us, as an orchestra.” The SCSBOA fall conference was the first time this year Orchestra 3 performed as a whole, and they played together in harmony. “The feeling of helping other people is one of a kind,” says Danny, “And [I’m glad that] we were able to experience it while helping future conductors.”
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    Post  Joanna Shen on Wed Sep 23, 2009 4:58 pm

    On Saturday, Sept. 12, Arcadia’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high school orchestras to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.
    At the conference, Orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at AHS. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let other conductors learn different teaching methods through our advanced orchestra’s performance. According to Julia Namkoong, the orchestra president, students “[demonstrated] and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by AHS musicians. As an advanced orchestra class, musicans were able to master a majority of basic techniques, such as tuning methods. Future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their future orchestral classes from Orchestra 3’s performance. Orchestra 3 wanted “to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques.” Not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”
    Orchestra 3 not only demonstrated tuning techniques, but also performed four songs including Trauer, Union Train from Sweet First Dreams, Song Without Words, and Corale. Julie Chung said that the performance went “really really well…especially since we found out about [SCSBOA] at orchestra camp. We sounded really professional.”
    Reflecting upon the event, Danny Lin, an Orchestra 3 member, thought the experience “was very helpful for us, as an orchestra.” The SCSBOA fall conference was the first time this year Orchestra 3 performed as a whole, and they played together in harmony. “The feeling of helping other people is one of a kind,” said Danny, “And [I’m glad that] we were able to experience it while helping future conductors.”
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    Post  ChristinaZhou on Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:53 pm

    On Saturday, Sept. 12, Arcadia High School’s Orchestra 3 performed at Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association’s (SCSBOA) fall conference. Our advanced Orchestra 3 was proudly chosen out of thousands of Southern California high school orchestras to make an appearance and perform at the fall conference.

    At the conference, our orchestra reenacted what a basic music period is like at Arcadia High School. One of the main purposes of the fall conference was to let other conductors learn different teaching methods through our advanced orchestra’s performance. According to Julia Namkoong, Orchestra President, students “[demonstrated] and taught future music conductors different teaching methods” used by our own Arcadia High School musicians. As an advanced orchestra class, a majority of basic techniques, such as tuning methods, have been mastered. From this, future conductors and music teachers can learn the most effective ways to teach their future orchestral classes. Our Orchestra 3 wanted "to help improve [future instructors of music with] their orchestral techniques,” and not only did Orchestra 3 have a chance to teach, they were also given a chance to “develop a greater appreciation for music.”

    Orchestra 3 not only demonstrated tuning techniques, but also perfromed four songs including Trauer, Union Train from Sweet First Dreams, Song Without Words, and Chorales. Julie Chung said that the performance went “really really well…especially since we found out about [SCSBOA] at orchestra camp. We sounded really professional.”

    Reflecting upon the event, Danny Lin, an Orchestra 3 member, thought the experience “was very helpful for us, as an orchestra.” The SCSBOA fall conference was the first time this year Orchestra 3 performed as a whole, and they played together in harmony. “The feeling of helping other people is one of a kind,” says Danny, “And [I’m glad that] we were able to experience it while helping future conductors.”

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