Board of Education
In Orchestra, students learn to play a string instrument in a class orchestra, which involves playing with a clear tone, accurate rhythm, correct intonation, and musical expression. Playing in an orchestra teaches students to listen to all the other instruments section;s and playi in harmony with the rest of the group. Students also leaen to follow a conductor. We perform in two concerts and three contests each year, and we also provide "Atmosphere Music" for school events, such as the National Honor Society induction ceremony.
Sponsor: Mrs Foster
Club Purpose: To Cultivate musical ability in an orchestral setting
Membership Requirements: Student must have at least 2 years of experience playing the violin, viola, cello, bass, or harp.
Major Activities or Events: Fall Concert, Spring All-City Concert, OSSAA District & State Solo and Ensemble Contest, Heartland Constest in Branson.
Regular Meeting Time: 2nd and 3rd hour, Daily
Regular Meeting Place: MHS Bandroom
Number of Members: 24