“Black and Gold” – this year’s Solanco Marching Band Show Theme

| July 20, 2018

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“This show represents both a return to the tradition and the future of the Solanco High School Black and Gold Marching Band,” band director Scott Weyman said.
Talented student musicians have been busy preparing for the upcoming season during band camp at the high school. Weyman provides this information about the exciting performances students, staff, athletes and the community can expect from the Solanco Marching Band.
“The color Black represents power, leadership, and strength while the color Gold represents sophistication, passion, and the highest standards of excellence.  Together, these colors represent the inherent goals of our instrumental music program with the marching band being one of the ensembles that employ that highest standard of excellence mindset.”
Show Music:
“Paint it Black”  - Rolling Stones,
“All My Life” – Foo Fighters,
“Happy Together” – The Turtles,
“Late in the Evening” – Paul Simon
Marching Band Staff:  Director – Scott A. Weyman
Assistant Director – Karen Huber
Drill Design and Composition – Ken Zimmerman
Color Guard Design and Instruction – Alicia Hertzler and Rachel Olszewski
Percussion Instruction – Jared Drennen and David Bailey
Marching, Music, and Visual Instruction – Elizabeth Martin, Matt Green, Sam Broomell
Student Musicians:  36
Color Guard:  22
Drum Major:  Patrick Hodgson


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Keith Kaufman is the Director of Community Relations for Solanco School District. 786-5617.

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