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AHS instruments meet music tech

parsons 300 103018Bennett Parsons plays baritone sax.  / Carla DeFord photo

John DiTomaso, maven of music technology at Arlington High School, welcomes the public to the second annual AHS Instrumental & Music Tech Concert, set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, at Old Hall.

Students have been working hard to prepare this exciting musical concert featuring a performance of Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto by AHS Performing Arts alumnus Bennett Parsons on soprano sax with the AHS Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Sabato "Tino" D’Agostino.

The concert will also feature some original compositions and performances by current AHS Music Technology and AHS Instrumental ensemble students.

"We hope to see you there to enjoy and support the performing arts programs in our school community," DiTomaso wrote.


Oct. 30, 2018: AHS alum Parsons aims to widen saxophone repertoire


This news announcement was published Saturday, March 2, 2019.

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