3rd Annual CarWash Extravaganza! **UPDATE**

Due to weather, our CarWash Extravaganza will be on our scheduled rain date, tomorrow, May 6 beginning at 11:00 a.m.!   You have one more day to buy a ticket and get today’s mud washed off your tires!  Click on the icon to the right to buy your ticket online.

Our spring concert remains on schedule.

 

BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW HERE!

Special Performance for CoC Participant Bands of WilCo

With the cancellation of the Contest of Champions this Saturday, the participating band directors of Williamson County have decided to have an exhibition performance for our fans and families at Franklin High School.  Saturday, October 28 at 5:00pm, the Franklin High School Band, the Centennial High School Band, and the Summit High School Band will gather at Howard Gamble Stadium and perform for their parents, friends, and most importantly each other.  Afterward there will be the annual CoC tailgate with all the bands and fans invited.  Bring your favorite tailgate foods and your applause!!

Sonic BOOM! 2017

Join us October 7 in Howard Gamble Stadium for our 3rd Annual Sonic Boom! Band Competition. ** Due to weather conditions, the contest will begin at 4:00 pm **

Ten bands from across Tennessee will be at Franklin High School to perform, compete, and have fun!  Be there to join in!

Joining us will be the bands from:

Lebanon High School

White House High School

East Hickman High School

Antioch High School

Union City High School

McGavock High School

Ravenwood High School

Father Ryan High School

Station Camp High School

Centennial High School

 

Who will be the Grand Champion?  You’ll have to be there to find out!

Support the Franklin Band!

We have two awesome fundraisers going on at the same time, so you now have twice the opportunity to help us on our path to Dr. Looney’s challenge of National Recognition in the Arts!

Our 2017 Raffle is well underway.  Click on the image above to learn more about getting your chance to choose amongst three great vehicles from Lyons in Lewisburg!  Only 3,000 tickets will be sold and we are well on our way to our goal already!

 

And…

 

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It’s Tradition.

Much like falling leaves and football, the Franklin Band Fruit Sale is another sign of the season! The band sells fresh fruit from Florida each year, and people love it.

This year, they started calling to place their orders before we even printed up the sale flyers!

What sounds good to you? Navel Oranges, Tangelos, Grapefruit, maybe a variety pack. 🙂

Get your order in soon because the sale ends soon! Click here for more information.

2017 Affinity Partnership Program

Calling all local businesses and entrepreneurs!  Would you like to assist in building our leaders of tomorrow?  Here’s an easy way to do so!

The Franklin Band is one of the largest and most awarded student groups in the state.  Our students are consistently recognized individually in school, community, state, and national activities along with participating in this group which has been awarded the Governor’s Cup and places in the top ranks of regional and national championships.  The Franklin Band has performed in the Tournament of Roses parade and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade.  And we need your help to continue our successes at these levels!

Please see our Affinity Partnership Program and join us today in building the leadership of tomorrow!

CarWash Extravaganza 2017

Got a little mud on your tires from the April showers?  We can help with that! Purchase a TFB CarWash Extravaganza ticket by clicking on the ticket to the right and join us for a little music, some soap suds and a LOT of fun; all the while supporting one of the best high school student organizations in the state!  You can get more info here!

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2017 National Festival

Wow!  What a great experience!

Last week several of our students got to experience the Music for All National Festival in Indianapolis.  Our Percussion Ensemble, Saxophone Quartet, and three of  our musicians in the Honor Band of America gave “command” performances, and made musical memories that will last a lifetime.

C6q71PfWcAIWGNq.jpg-largeLed by Michael Holland, our Percussion Ensemble performed Sharpened Stick by Brett William Dietz, Sculpture in Wood by Rüdiger Pawassar, Irish Tune from County Derry by Percy Grainger (arranged by Chalon L. Ragsdale), and Firefly by Nathan Daughtrey.  And as an added bonus, Nathan Daughtrey served as our group’s clinician and coached our students on his work as well as the rest of their program!

 

 

Franklin-High-School-Sax-QuartetOur Saxophone Quartet, led by Jacob Campos, performed five moments from David Maslanka’s Mountain Roads and Nuages by Eugène Bozza.  Many people  in the audience said that our saxes were one of the highlights of the day at the Chamber Music Festival!

 

 

C6sS6rzU4AAQ7i2.jpg-largeThree of our students auditioned for and were accepted to perform in the Honor Band of America, conducted by Col. Michael Colburn, the 27th Director of “The President’s Own” United States Marine band.  They performed the Star Spangled Banner, For “The President’s Own” by John Williams, Flourishes and Meditations on a Renaissance Theme by Michael Gandolfi, The Engulfed Cathedral by Claude Debussy (transcribed by Merlin Patterson), and Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky (transcribed by Maurice Ravel/arranged by Paul Lavender.)  We were so proud to hear Katie Thornton, Webb Littleton, and Jason Frazier (who was 1st chair Alto Sax) perform these great works for wind band!

 

 

17265132_10104100122922975_5526013491510195111_nIt was certainly a “positively life changing experience” for our students and we’d like to thank Music for All for providing it! (Not pictured: Katie Thornton)