Weslaco middle school band selected to perform at music educators convention in San Antonio
One Weslaco middle school band is preparing for a big performance in San Antonio.
The Central Middle School Honors Band is the only junior high school band in the entire state selected to perform at the upcoming Texas Music Educators Association.
It’s one of the largest music educators conventions in the country, and TMEA selected the Central Honors Band to perform as the “invited program spotlight.”
Central Honors Middle School Band Director Moises Garza said he’s excited to show the rest of the state what the talent in the Rio Grande Valley looks like.
“To get an invitation at this level, it's a huge honor. It's a huge level of success for all of us here in the Valley," Garza said. “We're excited, the kids are on fire."
The band will be preparing before they head to perform at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio on Feb. 8, 2024.
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