Jazz band concert June 6, 2016

The Notre Dame band went first and the kids were so cute. While the kids performed the Olympic fanfare, I  was looking for Lucas. Where was my crush?  Maybe he was stuck in traffic, or sick. Nope. A few seconds later, duets were over and Lucas showed up finally.  Guess what? When we got our turn to perform, I couldn’t see the conductor because the trumpets were blocking me like a shadow. I was the only drummer, so I was biting my nails before we left the house. I was like a scared cat. When my band started I was perfect!
I liked the song In Walked Bud because it was like hiking. We also played Mood Indigo, which reminds me of the beach and the fishes underwater. The next song was Blue Train, which reminded me of how I learned to spell train. The Blues Walk reminded me of having girls night hanging out, and Night Train reminded me of a fair.

Also, I want to dedicate my concert to my last week of school because then it will be twice more than great. 

 In conclusion, my jazz band concert was so awesome but the fact that you can’t see me in the video annoys me because the setup Mark did, I didn’t like because for one I couldn’t see Lucas, and that I can also see my Dad and his Thumbs up mood. If you want to know where I am, I am in the back, saxes in the front, next the trumpets in the middle, and me, all alone in the back having a GREAT TIME, HELLO!  When I met Mark,at the end, I said good concert.


Here is the link to the video:


3 thoughts on “Jazz band concert June 6, 2016

  1. Uncle Ron says:

    So impressive. You brought lots of smiles to our faces. And the fact that you kept the band in the rhythm when you could not even see the conductor. Awesome job!!
    Love, Uncle Ron, Aunt Julie, Cousins Jonathan, Benjamin and David

  2. Tracey says:

    Casey, it sure was nice having you over for a visit on Saturday afternoon. I hope we can do it again sometime, and have Skyler here!

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