Isfeld music students have Christmas spirit

Get in the Christmas spirit and join Mark Isfeld students as they play holiday music Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Mark Isfeld School gym.

Get in the Christmas spirit and join Mark Isfeld students as they play holiday music, as well as highlights from the Comox Valley Concert Band and Choir Festival on Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Mark Isfeld School gym.

Performances will include concert band 8, concert band 9, senior band, choir, vocal jazz, junior jazz band and the senior jazz band.

Isfeld band teacher Wayne Kuhnert has a good reason to be proud of his students.

During the Comox Valley Concert Band and Choir Festival Music festival held in November, the Mark Isfeld grade 9 band, senior band and choir received an invitation to the national Music Festival in Richmond in May for their spectacular performances.

Admission is by donation and there will be a concession with home baking, coffee and tea.

— Mark Isfeld Secondary School

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