SHS bands cap year with concert

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Sequim High School said goodbye to 32 seniors who played their final concert at the school’s Performing Arts Building on June 8.

Some of the evening’s musical selections included a Disney medley and “Pirates of the Caribbean” by the concert band, a John Williams tribute (“themes from “Jaws” and “Star Wars,” among others) by the wind ensemble, a version of Peanuts’ “Linus and Lucy” by the percussion group and the SHS jazz band’s version of “Caravan” — a 1930s piece made famous by Duke Ellington, rearranged by Chicago and re-rearranged by Mike Tomaro. The evening also saw a performance by the Sequim High flag team.

Band director Vern Fosket also handed out end-of-the-year awards to the following students:
• John Philip Sousa — Anna LaBeaume
• Director’s Award — Marley Iredale, Lindsey Moore
• Louis Armstrong — Jin-hua (Niki) Liu
• Woodie Herman — Fariss Ryan
• Innovative Percussionist — Nick Bowden
• Most Improved — Hope Haabala
• Most Improved Percussion — Hallie Twiss
• Most Improved Jazz Ensemble — Peter Harker
• Richard Meyers Spirit of Band Scholarships — Bowden, Reed Gunstone

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