Campbellsville High School concert band members are preparing for an upcoming concert and spring assessment.
Band members are preparing for the annual Kentucky Music Educators Association assessment next month and an upcoming public performance.
One of the pieces students are working on is entitled “Arrows” by Samuel Hazo.
Students will host a concert band day on Saturday, March 11.
Along with Casey County band students, the CHS band will have a preview concert at 4 p.m. at Hamilton Auditorium, which is on the CHS campus.
The performance is free and open to the public.
Zach Shelton is the CHS band director.
CHS junior Austin Fitzgerald, at left, and sophomore Ruby Hatfield, clarinet players, practice “Arrows.”
From left, Campbellsville Middle School eighth-grader Emily Hayden, seventh-grader Austin Jeffries, freshman Brandy Miller and Autumn Babbs play “Arrows” on trombone.
CHS freshman Conner Riley plays “Arrows” on trombone.
CHS band director Zach Shelton directs his band members as they practice “Arrows.”
CHS freshman Abie Angel plays “Arrows” on French horn.
CHS junior Tiffany Kane, at left, and senior Alexis Underwood play “Arrows” on flute.
CHS freshman Grant Rinehart, at left, and senior Murphy Lamb practice “Arrows” on trumpet.
CHS sophomores Josh Dooley, at left, and Brandon Greer practice “Arrows” on trumpet.
CHS sophomore Kyler Rakes and the other concert band percussionists practice “Arrows.”
Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Peyton Dabney practices “Arrows” on timpani.
From left, CHS sophomore Payton Reynolds, Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Savannah Gumm and sophomore John Netherland and the other concert band percussionists practice “Arrows.”