Smith-Cotton Jazz Band to participate in competition Saturday


Jenna Northcutt, left, and Ashley Grotzinger play their saxophones during Jazz Band practice Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton High School. The band was prepping for the Drury University Jazz Festival Competition in Springfield on Saturday.


Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

A SCHS Jazz Band string bass player plays his instrument Friday during a practice session at the school. During the Jazz Festival Competition on Saturday the band will play “Stay on It,” “Embraceable You” and “The Chicken.”


Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Ilia Afatarli plays the piano during SCHS Jazz Band practice Friday afternoon. S-C Director of Percussion Ashley Peck said the band is composed of brass, saxophone, piano, drums, bass guitar and string bass. The students will perform and compete in Clara Thompson Hall at Drury University Saturday afternoon.


Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Joe Snelling, a member of the S-C Jazz Band, plays his trombone Friday during a practice session in the school’s band room. The Jazz Band will travel to Springfield on Saturday for competition.


Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Jenna Northcutt, left, and Ashley Grotzinger play their saxophones during Jazz Band practice Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton High School. The band was prepping for the Drury University Jazz Festival Competition in Springfield on Saturday.

A SCHS Jazz Band string bass player plays his instrument Friday during a practice session at the school. During the Jazz Festival Competition on Saturday the band will play “Stay on It,” “Embraceable You” and “The Chicken.”

Ilia Afatarli plays the piano during SCHS Jazz Band practice Friday afternoon. S-C Director of Percussion Ashley Peck said the band is composed of brass, saxophone, piano, drums, bass guitar and string bass. The students will perform and compete in Clara Thompson Hall at Drury University Saturday afternoon.

Joe Snelling, a member of the S-C Jazz Band, plays his trombone Friday during a practice session in the school’s band room. The Jazz Band will travel to Springfield on Saturday for competition.

Jenna Northcutt, left, and Ashley Grotzinger play their saxophones during Jazz Band practice Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton High School. The band was prepping for the Drury University Jazz Festival Competition in Springfield on Saturday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_TSD030417JazzBand-1.jpgJenna Northcutt, left, and Ashley Grotzinger play their saxophones during Jazz Band practice Friday afternoon at Smith-Cotton High School. The band was prepping for the Drury University Jazz Festival Competition in Springfield on Saturday. Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

A SCHS Jazz Band string bass player plays his instrument Friday during a practice session at the school. During the Jazz Festival Competition on Saturday the band will play “Stay on It,” “Embraceable You” and “The Chicken.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_TSD030417JazzBand-2-.jpgA SCHS Jazz Band string bass player plays his instrument Friday during a practice session at the school. During the Jazz Festival Competition on Saturday the band will play “Stay on It,” “Embraceable You” and “The Chicken.” Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Ilia Afatarli plays the piano during SCHS Jazz Band practice Friday afternoon. S-C Director of Percussion Ashley Peck said the band is composed of brass, saxophone, piano, drums, bass guitar and string bass. The students will perform and compete in Clara Thompson Hall at Drury University Saturday afternoon.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_TSD030417JazzBand-3.jpgIlia Afatarli plays the piano during SCHS Jazz Band practice Friday afternoon. S-C Director of Percussion Ashley Peck said the band is composed of brass, saxophone, piano, drums, bass guitar and string bass. The students will perform and compete in Clara Thompson Hall at Drury University Saturday afternoon. Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Joe Snelling, a member of the S-C Jazz Band, plays his trombone Friday during a practice session in the school’s band room. The Jazz Band will travel to Springfield on Saturday for competition.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_TSD030417JazzBand-4.jpgJoe Snelling, a member of the S-C Jazz Band, plays his trombone Friday during a practice session in the school’s band room. The Jazz Band will travel to Springfield on Saturday for competition. Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat
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