Young musicians from Juneau and other Southeast locations traveled to Ketchikan this past weekend to take part in the Southeast Alaska Music Festival, an annual event held in Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka on a rotating basis.
The Juneau-Douglas High School girls soccer team only allowed one goal as it won four split-squad games Friday and Saturday at Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park, but even though she saw improvement in her team Juneau coach Sandi Wagner still saw room for the Crimson Bears to grow.
Students shouted out the notes as an instructor rapidly flashed cards, and quietly contemplated their breathing as another instructor taught them to relax. Those were some of the notes that made up the Southeast Alaska Music Festival last week at Juneau-Douglas High School.
Glen Jacobson maneuvered the Fjordland into the Auke Bay harbor last week, dropping off Haines High School students, teachers and chaperones for the Southeast Alaska Music Festival.
JUNEAU - The Juneau-Douglas High School spring music concert will feature all seven groups in the school music department. The free concert begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, at the high school auditorium.
It's the other Alaska Music Festival. The 600 musicians arriving in Juneau today will be carrying brass and wind instruments instead of guitars and mandolins, and violins instead of fiddles.
The Southeast Alaska Music Festival features hundreds of student musicians from the region performing tonight and Saturday. The concerts at the Juneau-Douglas High School auditorium feature showcases of dozens of choirs and groups performing a variety of styles.
But Thursday, Dorn moved to within one goal of tying the team record for scoring in a year as he scored twice to lead the Crimson Bears to a 3-0 victory over the Wasilla Warriors at the Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park football/soccer field.
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