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January 8, 2009

Tonight: Calvert Hall marching band at the BCS Championship game

For those of you watching tonight's BCS National Championship football game between the Florida Gators and Oklahoma Sooners, pay extra special attention at the start and during halftime.

On the field will be Calvert Hall's competition marching band, which won the Band Championship Series National Championship in Miami yesterday with awards in five of six areas: music, marching, percussion, color guard and general effect. The band championship is hosted by BCS (the Bowl Championship Series) and another partner, and involves bands throughout the country.

Calvert Hall will join fellow bands to peform the national anthem before the game, and will also perform during halftime, after the college bands.

Posted by Arin Gencer at 2:25 PM | | Comments (2)
Categories: Baltimore County


Yeah HALL!!

yeah HALL!!!
way to go chccg and chcmb!

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