FLHS Percussion and Color Guard Ensembles Host Indoor Competition
Twenty-one bands from across the state will perform at Fair Lawn High School on Saturday, March 23 for an indoor winter guard and percussion competition.
For the third straight year, Fair Lawn High School will host an indoor winter guard and percussion competition.
The high school's indoor percussion and winter guard ensembles will host a record 21 bands from throughout New Jersey on Saturday, March 23, starting at 11:45 a.m.
The percussion ensemble will perform its original program, "Obsessed," which percussion director Jame Szeinberg called "one of the most ambitious, creative and intricate projects" of his career.
“Indoor percussion not only challenges our students to perfect their playing and marching techniques, but it gives them a chance to showcase their talents and love for percussion," Szeinberg said in a statement. "This home competition presents a rare opportunity for members of the community to watch these talented students perform and enjoy an afternoon of breathtaking musical entertainment."
Admission for the March 23 home competition is $10 for adults, $7 for students and senior citizens, and includes a performance by the junior varsity percussion ensemble, which is made up of both Fair Lawn High School and middle school students.