The State Concert Band Festival was held on April 12th at Griffin Concert Hall, Colorado State University - Fort Collins. The Pine Creek Symphonic Band received a Superior with Distinction award and all 1's from the judges with one judge awarding a 1+!
In a moving performance culminating the season, was th program of Gypsy Dance, Eloi,Eloi and the Tears of the Princess Kusinida Flowing in Hii, part of the program performed in Indianpolis.
The Symphonic Band will present an all-in program uin the final concert of the season on May 4th beginning at 6PM.
Symphonic Band Performs At the National Band Festival!
On Friday, March 11, The Pine Creek Symphonic Band made history when they performed at the Music For All National Band Festival as one of the Invited Bands. Only the 6th band in Colorado history, Pine Creek shared the stage with 25 other Featured and Invited Bands including Fossil Ridge High School from Fort Collins.
Their performance was spectacular and the students received much praise from the adjudicators there to critic their performance. The entire 4-day event was a one-in-a-lifetime experience. In addition to listening to great bands from all over the US, they partipated in Master Classes and were able to meet and socialize with the more than 2500 other students there for the event.
The Bazaar is History
On Saturday, November 7th, we held the 18th Annual Holiday Bazaar, which benefits the music program at Pine Creek. We had 126 Vendors, food, and entertainment. It was one of our best Bazaars in recent history.
Thanks for all of our vendors, customers and helpers for making this such a great success.
Next year's Bazaar is tentatively scheduled for November 5, 2016. information is available shortly for those vendors who want to reserve their spot now. Click on this link or go to the 2016 BAzaar menu iutem
STATE 2015 - The Results are In!
The Pine Creek Eagles Marching Band finished off their competitive season this past weekend at the State 4A Marching Band Competition at CSU in Fort Collins. Under sunny skies and near perfect temperatures, the Eagles finished in 10th place overall for the third year in a row. While we were disappointed in not making finals, the Eagles are extremely proud of their two performances on Friday and Saturday. As they say, "we left everything out on the field those days!"
To end the night Saturday, the Band and parents enjoyed a great meal at Cinzzetti's in Northglenn, who graciously accommodated our extra parents during a very busy night. And the food was excellent as well! It's a stop the band always enjoys when we travel up north.
We have one more outdoor performance at the football game on November 5th which is also Senior Night. Come out and see the award-winning Pine Creek Eagles Marching Band in their performance of "Origins."