Members of the 2017-18 Mount Si High School Jazz Band I, pictured from left are: front - Sarah Spencer, Sage Eisenhour, Jason Bergquist; second row - Paula Bachtal, Sean Hakala, Analise Chiu; third row - Paul Talens, Elijah Wray, Daniel Henriksen, Jackson Beymer, Christian Palomo; fourth row - Andy Pantoja Valerio, Erik Thurston, Charles Carman, James Kolke; and back row - Ryan Horn, Parker Grady, Sebastian Rowland and Nathen Byford. (Courtesy Photo)

Fall Jazz Band and Choir concert is on for Nov. 8 at Mount Si High School

  • Thursday, November 2, 2017 4:13pm
  • Life

A combined concert of the Mount Si High School Jazz Band and Jazz Choir will be performed from 7 to 9 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the Mount Si High School Auditorium, 8651 Meadowbrook Way, SE, Snoqualmie.

All students and the general public are invited to this fall jazz concert, featuring the national-award-winning band and choir. Admission is free.

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