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Director’s Corner: Dr. Duane Chun

Once you’ve made the decision that you want to travel, whether across town for a festival or an overseas adventure, you’ve just assumed an awesome responsibility and undertaken a mission in providing for the enjoyment, safety, and security of your group – this includes students, parents, staff AND yourself! With all of the advances in technology today, online booking is becoming the norm; after al...
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Congratulations: Nogalas High School

Congratulations to the Nogalas Noble Regiment at Nogalas High School in La Puente, CA! They are 1 of only 10 schools, out of 175 who auditioned, to be invited to march at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York. For more information, you can check out the story that news group KTLA did on them by following this link: http://ktla.com/2015/11/12/nogales-high-school-band-at-macys-thanksg...
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Helpful Tips: Traveling With Your Instrument

If you're considering traveling with your instrument, you will definitely need to plan ahead. For some, such as singers and pianists, you don't really need to worry! You are your own instrument. However, for those musicians playing woodwind, brass, strings, or even percussion, it can be a really big issue! Especially if you try to walk onto a plane with a double bass or tuba! Once you know wher...
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Top 10 Reasons to Choose Music Travel & Tours

Why choose Music Travel & Tours? REASON #1: Value By tapping the knowledge of our experience and industry contacts, you will usually attain a much better value than you could get on your own. REASON #2: Personalized Service Our staff works with you and we are eager to secure arrangements that best meet your particular needs. We don't sell travel as a commodity. We understand the importance...
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Director’s Corner: Bill Humbert

Bill Humbert - Director of Pinnacle Leadership Mr. Humbert has been involved in education and developing student leadership for over 20 years. He is currently the Director of Bands at Glendale Community College in Glendale, Arizona. His duties at the college include serving as the director of the concert band program, coordinating and teaching the instrumental music education program, as well a...
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