CLICK HERE for the computer lab assignment on 3/19 & 3/20. Due on 3/21 at the start of class.
Will you be coming to Newhart next year? Come be a part of the award winning, fun, field trip going, musical learning music program!
Longer Video about Newhart Music with Bloopers (about 5 min.)
Information was passed out to students in mid-January. Plan on leaving Newhart at 8:30 AM and returning at 8:45 PM. Bring lunch and dinner money and be ready to have fun!!!!
The String & Wind Ensembles will be performing in the beautiful auditorium at San Juan Hills High School. Parents, family & friends are encouraged to watch. The peformance will be just under 30 minutes. We will play 3 songs for 3 judges. Then one of the judges will work with the group in a clinic immediately following their performance.
---String Ensemble on 3/19 at 11:15 AM
---Wind Ensmeble on 3/20 at 11:45 AM
We want you to be able to help your child with their music learning and to secure information or supplies. PLEASE CLICK HERE to be directed to a parent/guardian helping page.
Click on the Music Flash cards at the top of the page. Be sure to choose the correct clef for your instrument or treble clef for voice. Staff Wars is fun game that helps with note names in any clef! Look up Music Racer and Music Theory as well.
Click HERE for Scales Ace (FINGERING CHART SCALES), New Music Books, Instrument Websites and SO MUCH MORE!
If you would to practice your mad music minute, click HERE to generate your own. We will be working on 1 every quarter.
Use "Song Recordings" link at the top to shadow bow, air play and follow your music. Intermedaite players, you may count this on your practice card (up to 4 hours a month can be from using recordings).
EVERY THURSDAY - FREE MUSIC LESSONS - CVHS Musical Mentors - Thursday 4-5:30 PM. The Musical Mentors program provides FREE MUSIC LESSONS Thursday afternoons from 4-5:30 pm. All 4th-12th grade CUSD students enrolled in Band or Orchestra at their school site are welcome to attend at CVHS. Look for the Mentors near the small gym at the lowest parking lot.
Regular cleaning and maintenance is essential to keeping your instrument in proper working order. It is recommended to have your instrument inspected and serviced by a repair technician during a break in school so you do not miss any rehearsal time. The inspection may not result in any work being needed. However, just like an automobile it is recommended that a repair technician perform a tune-up as necessary to keep your instrument in proper working order.
All instruments should be cleaned on a routine basis - about once a month. See these videos for help.
--BAND Instrument Cleaning Video's (Baritone horn & tuba are same as trumpet)
Here are links to use to help you in many different areas of music that are great to use at the beginning of the year! Check them out TODAY! More listed at the music links to the right. And don't forget to use the "Music Flash Cards" linked in the navigation at the top of all pages.