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March 2022 Newsletter

March concert season is here! It has been a busy winter with so many special events, including our first time playing outside the building in almost 2 years. Thank you to our chaperones who attended Symphony’s trip to Midwest Young Artists last week. It was such a great exchange with Glenbard East and nice to spend some more time working with Dr. Dennis.

We have three after school performances coming up before spring break, please read below to make sure you have everything on your calendar.

March 16 Concert for all orchestras:

Concert Orchestra:

Call time is 5:45 for rehearsal on the stage in the PAC. Call times are the time that the rehearsal will start. Students not in their seats and ready to perform will be marked down on the summative concert attendance grade.

-Tux jackets can be picked up after rehearsal.

Symphony Orchestra:

Call time is 6:30 in the choir room.


Please follow dress code as outlined in the handbook.

 Boys must show up in black pants, tux shirt, black shoes, and socks. We will distribute tux jackets and bow ties before the concert

Remember that boys must purchase their own black pants and tux shirt.

Girls wear solid black: Girls have the freedom to choose their apparel if sleeves extend below the elbow and skirts or slacks to the ankle, and the midriff must not show while standing or sitting. This may be a long sleeve all black dress or black blouse or sweater and ankle-length skirt. Full black slacks are also appropriate and encouraged for cello players. Girls must also wear black closed-toe dress shoes (not more than 2” heel) and black stockings or hose.


3/11- 3:30-5:30- Extended rehearsal to work with Ms. Miller and Professor Matsunaga

3/15- 3:30-4:15-Rehearsel

3/16- Perform on orchestra concert- Just Suk

3/18-7PM- Final concert in the Bears Room of the PDC (the district office by Walmart).

               5:30 Dress rehearsal

               Dress is black on bottom, colored top

               Bring music stand

               We might do a reception after. I will have more information later.

Solo and Ensemble:

Tuesday, March 22 at LZHS


  • Please plan on attending the full time slot to be an audience member and learn from other comments.
  • You don’t need to have full concert dress but look professional!
  • Symphony students, remember this is a required performance.

As always thank you for your support of the orchestras here at LZHS. I look forward to seeing all of you on the 16th at our concerts.

Nathan Sackschewsky

LZHS Orchestra director