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Band students shine at All-Aroostook

Ellie Blackstone
The All-Aroostook band students stand to take a bow after their performance on January 15 at Ashland District School.

On Monday January 15, PIHS band students traveled to Ashland for the All-Aroostook band festival. It was an honor for the students to be chosen because All-Aroostook band is an honors band for talented students. They played more difficult and elaborate pieces, they practiced for two days on both Friday and Monday. The songs they played were “Fanfare Cincinnatus,” “Alamo,” “Earth Song,” and “Into the Storm.” A lot of the band students favorite song to perform was “Into the Storm.”

“Performing was fun, but it was over in a couple minutes. It was interesting to hear and see other people from different schools, it was really nice not being the only baritone,” Isaiah Ramos ’27 said.

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