Bondurant Farrar Coed Varsity Band

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BF Students Earn Awards at IHSMA Solo/Ensemble Festival

Several B-F music students presented solos/duets at the IHSMA Solo/Ensemble contest at Greene County High School on March 25th. Congratulations to the following students for their performances: Division I Superior Performance–Molly Hormann (flute), Sawyer Hildreth (flute), Peyton Maulsby (clarinet), Brenna Hamborg (trumpet), Matthew Lorentzen (tenor sax), Taylor Suntken (bassoon), and the Saxophone Duet, Julianna Knoot

Fourteen Instrumental Students Represent B-F at RRC Honor Band

The Raccoon River Conference Honor Band was held on Monday, March 6th at ADM High School in Adel. Fourteen Bondurant-Farrar instrumental students were selected to either the Concert Band or the Wind Ensemble. After rehearsing for 6 hours during the day, students presented a concert featuring the works of Karl King, Robert W. Smith and

Bluejay Pride Band Earns 5th Consecutive Division I Rating

The Bluejay Pride Band traveled to Waukee on Saturday, October 15th and earned their 5th consecutive Division I rating from the Iowa High School Music Association. The band performed their show “Bottom of the 9th” for critique and earned a new record-high point total of 80.0. The band also performed in the rain at the

Bluejay Pride Marching Band Places 2nd at UMI

The Bluejay Pride Marching Band placed 2nd in 3A at the Urbandale Marching Invitational on Saturday, October 1, placing behind Pella and ahead of Clarke, Perry and North Polk. The band received their highest score as a member of class 3A with a 76.15 and had the third best percussion section in all classes. The

Marching Band Camp

Band Camp is coming next week! Here’s the schedule: Drum line and Color Guard Only Monday/Tuesday 1-4 Everyone Wed./Thurs./Fri. Noon-8PM Mon. 15th/Tues. 16th 8AM-4PM Brief parent meeting on Thursday, August 11th at 8PM in the HS band room. Remember to bring you instrument, music, water, sunscreen, shoes (no flip flops) a pencil and a great