The Woonsocket High School Music Department will hold their Spring Festival Concert on Thursday evening, March 21, at 7pm in the high school auditorium.

 

The chorus, select choir and concert band will be performing the music prepared for the state evaluations being held this spring.  Special performances by the jazz band and percussion ensembles will also be featured.

 

Don’t miss this wonderful event. The talents of our wonderful young musicians will be sure to delight. Please support music in our schools.

 

Advance tickets are currently on sale at the high school.  Tickets are $5.00 in advance and $7.00 at the door.  Children under 10 are free.

Proper dress is required.

 

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