The hills are alive, with the sound of music


This week, members of the Point Pleasant High School Black Knight Band braved the heat and attended band camp at The University of Rio Grande. Situated in the rolling hills of Gallia County, Ohio, the university will host 12 high schools from around the region for week-long band camps which will continue through the first week of August. Assisting with the camp is a familiar face to the PPHS Black Knight Marching Band, former director and now URG School of Fine Arts assistant professor Gary Stewart. In all, 89 band members, 12 staff members and four volunteers from PPHS attended the band camp, preparing for their fall show based upon “Phantom of the Opera.” The band program continues to grow in Point Pleasant, with 60 members in this year’s PPJHS band as well.


This week, members of the Point Pleasant High School Black Knight Band braved the heat and attended band camp at the University of Rio Grande. Situated in the rolling hills of Gallia County, the university will host 12 high schools from around the region for week-long band camps which will continue through the first week of August. Assisting with the camp is a familiar face to the PPHS Black Knight Marching Band, former director and now URG School of Fine Arts assistant professor Gary Stewart. In all, 89 band members, 12 staff members and four volunteers from PPHS attended the band camp, preparing for their fall show based upon “Phantom of the Opera.” The band program continues to grow in Point Pleasant, with 60 members in this year’s PPJHS band as well.

This week, members of the Point Pleasant High School Black Knight Band braved the heat and attended band camp at The University of Rio Grande. Situated in the rolling hills of Gallia County, Ohio, the university will host 12 high schools from around the region for week-long band camps which will continue through the first week of August. Assisting with the camp is a familiar face to the PPHS Black Knight Marching Band, former director and now URG School of Fine Arts assistant professor Gary Stewart. In all, 89 band members, 12 staff members and four volunteers from PPHS attended the band camp, preparing for their fall show based upon “Phantom of the Opera.” The band program continues to grow in Point Pleasant, with 60 members in this year’s PPJHS band as well.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_7.28-PPR-Band-Camp.jpgThis week, members of the Point Pleasant High School Black Knight Band braved the heat and attended band camp at The University of Rio Grande. Situated in the rolling hills of Gallia County, Ohio, the university will host 12 high schools from around the region for week-long band camps which will continue through the first week of August. Assisting with the camp is a familiar face to the PPHS Black Knight Marching Band, former director and now URG School of Fine Arts assistant professor Gary Stewart. In all, 89 band members, 12 staff members and four volunteers from PPHS attended the band camp, preparing for their fall show based upon “Phantom of the Opera.” The band program continues to grow in Point Pleasant, with 60 members in this year’s PPJHS band as well.
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