The Annual SHS Music Banquet will be held on Wednesday June 16, 2022 at 7:00 PM in the SHS Cafe` and Auditorium.
All Stoughton High School music students and their families are invited to attend. Students will receive Superlatives, scholarships, and Senior Music Plaques will be awarded to attending seniors
The evening will conclude with the years Music Department video created by the Seniors!
7th and 8th grade students who participated in the High School ensembles (Marching Band) are also welcome to attend.
Seats must be reserved by Friday June 3rd
Cost is $5.00 per person for underclassmen and their families.
The banquet is free for Seniors and their families!
POPS is catering the the main dish and we ask students to bring dessert (store bought is fine) and bottled water.
Please don't forget to make your reservation by Friday, June 3, 2022!
Attached is the Itinerary for the Memorial Day Parade!
Busy day May 26th, 2022 for rehearsing, Drum Major auditions and the night ends with a preview of next year's show in the SHS Band Room!
SHS Choral Concert will be held on Friday May 20, 2022 at the Stoughton High Auditorium beginning at 7:30 PM.
The following pieces will be directed by Ms. Sarah LaBrie and accompanied by Eric Mazonson
The Concert Chorus will sing the following selected pieces:
Bella Ciao - Traditional Italian Folk Song arr. Jerry Estes
I Dream a World André Thomas
Hala Lala Laya - Traditional Lebanese Folk Song arr. Audrey Snyder
Soloist: Huan Ly
Good News! Traditional Spiritual arr. Roger Emerson
The Treble Chorale will sing the following three selections
City Called Heaven Josephine Poelinitz
Soloists: Emilia Lada, Lila Silver, Caci Jenkins
O Love Elaine Hagenberg
Wau Bulan - Traditional Malaysian arr. Tracy Wong
The Jazz Voices will sing the following selected pieces:
The Gospel of John Hurt Ungar-Hamilton, Newman, and Green arr. Kerry Marsh
I’m Glad There is You Dorsey and Madeira arr. David Kampene
L-O-V-E Bert Kaempfert and Milt Gabler arr. Kirby Shaw
The Symphonic Choir will sing the following selected pieces:
Sing Out My Soul Marques A.L. Garrett
Shine on Me - Traditional Spiritual arr. Rollo Dilworth
Estrella é Lua Nova - Brazilian Macumba arr. Heiter Villa-Lobos
Soloists: Phoenix Hannaford, Angelina Carrara, Nadia Prokopiuk, Remi Sylla
Son de Camaguey - Traditional Cuban Folk Song arr. Stephen Hatfield
MLK - U2 arr. Bob Chilcott
Soloists: Guyhathan Saintil, Sandra Awad
Wangol - Traditional Haitian Folk Song arr. Sten Källman
The Combined Choirs will perform the following piece:
Faithful Over a Few Things Glenn E. Burleigh
Come and enjoy a great evening of music.
Mr. DeFrias and Mr. Conant will be conducting auditions on June 9, 2022 beginning at 2:30
SHS MARCHING BLACK KNIGHTS PERCUSSION INSTRUMENT MATCHING AUDITIONS 2022
DATE: THURSDAY JUNE 9, 2022 IN THE SHS BAND ROOM
TIME: BEGINNING AT 2:30 PM
SIGN UP SHEETS AND PACKETS ARE AT BAND ROOM DOORS.
Questions: Mr. DeFrias firstname.lastname@example.org
You will find a packet for rehearsal audition music for the 2022 Marching Black Knights percussion section attached.
Each member, no matter the grade level, needs to audition in order for us to place you on an instrument that will be comfortable for you and help the overall performance of the group.
Any members playing other instruments such as piano or guitar should bring their own music to show off their abilities.
The packet has the music for drumline auditions and for the mallet auditions.
It’s time to begin assembling the 2022 SHS Marching Black Knights! The marching band is a competitive ensemble open to students entering Grades 8 through 12 (or Grade 7 by invitation from an OMS band director). This year the band will be performing BREAKING FREE, a show featuring the music of Dmitri Shostakovich, Elton John, Sarah Bareilles and Beyonce Knowles! The band plans to compete in two circuits: The Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA), and USBands. More info is available on the FamilyID registration page. We can't wait to get started!!
Register to be a 2022 Marching Black Knight here: https://www.familyid.com/stoughton-performing-arts
The OMS 7th Grade students will be performing at the Stoughton High School Auditorium on Tuesday May 17, 2022 beginning at 7:30.
The 7th Grade Band will be conducted by Mrs. Ann Fiske and will perform the following three selections:
Hot Fudge Sundae by David Martin
Legend of the Eagles by David Shafer
Star Wars: The Force Awakens featuring Star Wars (Main Theme) and March of the Resistance by John Williams, Arr. Robert Longfield
The 7th Grade Chorus will sing Three Pieces directed by Mr. Isaac Boll, accompanied on the piano by Mr. Michael Wade
Sunday Best by Forrest Frank and Colin Padelecki, Arr. Mark Brymer
Jambo by Teddy Kalanda Harrison, Arr. Jacob Narverud
Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Arr. Andy Beck
The Stoughton High School students will perform tonight in the
Stoughton High Auditorium beginning at 7:30 May 13, 2022.
The Concert Band will play three selections and will be directed by Mr. Alex Wang.
Fanfare and Recessional by James D Ployhar
As Summer was Just Beginning by Larry Daehn
Anparito Roca by Jaime Texidor, Arranged by Gary Fagan
The Symphonic Band will play four selections and will be directed by Mr. John Mange
Fanfares from the Opera Libuse by Bedrich Smetana Arranged by Nelhybe
Lights of the Unknown by Quincy Hilliard
Shenandoah by Frank Ticheli
Caccia by Norman Dello Joio
Mr Mange will direct the Wednesday Jazz Band performing three selections.
Song for My Father by Horace Silver, Arr. Taylor
September by Earth, Wind and Fire ,Arr. Taylor
Hey Jude by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Arr. Berry
Mr. Alex Wang will close the evening directing the Tuesday Jazz Band performing three selections.
The Chicken by Alfred Janes Ellis, Arr. Berg
Isfahan by Duke Ellington, Arr. Baylock
I Wan'na Be Like You by Richard Sherman, Arr. Wasson
Come and enjoy.
The OMS 8th Grade Spring Concert will be performed at the SHS High School Auditorium on Thursday May 12, 2022 beginning at 7:30 PM.
The 8th Grade Band with Mr. Alex Wang Conducting will play three selections.
Hipster By Chris Crockarell performed by the 8th Grade Percussion Ensemble
Pirates of the Caribbean By Klaus Badelt arr. MIchael Sweeney
Nimrod By Edward Elgar arr. Jay Bocook
The 8th Grade Chorus: directed by Ms Betty Bauman will sing three pieces.
Freedom is Coming South African Freedom Song
Shine on Me traditional spiritual/arr. Rollo Dilworth
Blue Skies by Irving Berlin/arr. Roger Emerson
OMS Jazz Band with Mr. Alex Wang, Conducting will play three charts.
Oye Como Va By Tito Puente, Arr. Paul Murtha
Ben’s Blues By Carl Strommen
Sunday Morning By Neal Hefti, Arr. Roy Phillippe
The students have been working hard all year for your listening enjoyment.
Come and enjoy their hard work.