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Spring “Pops Concert” a huge hit

Posted: March 30, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Updated: March 30, 2014 2:00 a.m.

Saugus High School Concert Band with nationally known singer, Tony Galla at their 25th annual POPS concert. Courtesy Photo

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The Saugus High School Concert Band, Marching Band, Colorguard, and Jazz Band had their 25th annual POPS concert March 19, and it was an amazing show.

In a class of their own, this special show is the only one of its kind in the district: This annual event is in addition to their regular Spring Concert.

During this spectacular show, the instrumental music program showed off all of their musical talents.

The Marching Band and Colorguard did an indoor version of their field show which won numerous awards during the marching season.

The Jazz Band played some special numbers, this season’s Winterguard Show made its debut, and there were performances by the Saugus High School Concert Choir, Guitar Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and a mass band number featuring the Saugus High School and Arroyo Seco Junior High School Concert Bands.

This year’s special musical guest artist was Tony Galla. Tony has been entertaining audiences for over forty years but many of you may recognize him in for his role of Sal Tuscany, the opera voice on Disney’s “Phineas and Ferb.”

The morning following the concert, the Band and Colorguard departed for their annual Spring Tour. This year they have had the honor of being invited to march in the Disneyland Main Street Parade.

Also, don’t forget Jazz Nights at Vincenzo’s Pizza, featuring the Saugus High School Jazz Band. The band performs the second Wednesday of every month through May.

Each month, these special musical events feature local musical guest artists. And a portion of the proceeds goes to support the Saugus High School Band and Colorguard program.

If you missed this year’s “Pops Concert” be sure and join us next year and we hope to see you at our next Vincenzo’s Jazz Night!

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