LHS ensemble band takes trip of a lifetime to New York City
By Reece Murphy
Sunday, April 21, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: April 21, 6:00 am)
Members of Lancaster High School’s Symphonic Winds are gearing up for a trip to New York City next week, where they’re scheduled to take part in a national performance aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid.
The ensemble’s 40 students will represent South Carolina on Friday, April 26, during The American Musical Salute, a national concert series featuring music programs from across the county.
LHS band director John Rhodes said the students and chaperones will board buses and leave for the Big Apple late Wednesday.
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