Cedar Park Texas Music
We are proud to announce that we will open a new school in Cedar Park, Texas, on September 26, 2020. We are pleased to announce the opening of our new music school at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) on October 1, 2019! We proudly announced the start of construction of our newest school, Cedar Park Texas, which will open on September 26, 2020!
We invite families to get to know Bach at our new music school at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) on October 1, 2019!
Participants can visit the school, enjoy free music lessons, take individual and group lessons, try out our free infant and mom class, participate in sweepstakes and competitions, visit the recording studio and enjoy the performances of our instructors. Participants are welcome to join the tour School - Participants can enjoy a free music lesson at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) on October 1, 2019; learn one-on-one or group lessons; enter a raffle or raffle; visit the recording studio; enjoy teacher performances; and try out free infant and "mommy" classes.
In the Park section, the Music Art House is your last stop in the city before you take to the stage. Save 30% on books and sheet music and see what we can offer for free on Teacher Appreciation Day. If you want to join in the fun, you have the chance to see us in person for a free concert on October 1, 2019 at Cedar Park, Texas. We don't have the time or patience to turn on the lights, but we have some great music that we can sell in our local music stores.
We accept donations and 100% of the proceeds go to the Cedar Park and Leander food banks. Britni Dunn is the Music Director at Music Art House and a member of our Board of Directors. She works as a music teacher, teaching assistant, music director and music pedagogue.
Her professional connections include the Music Art House, Cedar Park Music Festival and Leander Food Bank. Her professional affiliation includes music schools, music teachers, music schools and other music organisations.
The Cedar Park Middle School Band was also named one of the Top 10 bands in the state of Texas in 2015 for their performance at the Texas Music Festival. The Cedar Park Middle School Band also won awards for their performances at the Dallas Music Festival and the annual Leander Food Bank Festival.
In 2015, the Cedar Park MS Band was awarded the Texas Bandmaster's Association's Outstanding Band Program Award. They also received the Mark E. Johnson Award for Excellence in Music Education from 2008 to 2019, and received two Texas Music Awards and a Texas State Music Award. Program (CPMS) has received this award four times in the last five years, most recently as the 2017 Citation of Excellence Winner.
Cedar Park comes home to win its third consecutive state title at the Texas State Music Championships this year, this time as the 2016 state championship winner.
The big story of the State Prelims was that Highland Park prevailed over Cedar Park by seven points, but Cedar Park prevailed in the final game, winning the national championship by 95-58 points. As if that wasn't enough, they finished sixth in the pre-qualification and were the only UIL-5A band to make it to the final in 2017. This week's show at the Texas Marching Classic rounded off a week that was made easier by the fact that they had a month to clean up various parts of their production. They came back to win and have a chance to win their third successive state title this year.
Cedar Park had the highest score in the state, 93-53, closely followed by Rouse with 93.53. The announcer promised Rouse as the fourth place, but when time ran out, there were two bands left and the competition season was in full swing. Take a look at the Cedar Park run that began with the UIL region on October 19 and sent them to the area competition. All points were calculated for the area contest, and the final results count as the total score of all points.
Many strong bands took part in the Area H Contest on October 26, including Glenn, who was a new entry to LISD and participated in their first regional contest. Another notable band to attend this year's regional event was the Cedar Park High School Band, with a total score of 93.53.
In 2010, the Storm family of Cedar Park dubbed their lightshow Lights with Music, and this year they have expanded the list with their own lightshow.
If you're from Texas, where national pride is as deep as the oil drill, this is one of the most welcomed and cherished songs in Cedar Park. Collective Soul, a band formed in the south, presents the grounded, heavier bluster that you find at the entrance, but with a touch of soul and soul in their music.