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December 3, 2011 (San Diego East County) -- Beginning December 6, the schools in the Grossmont Union High School District will be presenting their winter concerts. Each school has a different program, and has different features highlighted. Many schools will have band, choir, and orchestra performances. While individual schools will have dance, clubs, guitar, or performances unique to the school.



The Winter Concert Dates:

Tuesday, December 6th – 6:00pm
Monte Vista High School
3230 Sweetwater Springs Blvd.
Spring Valley, CA  91977
Band, Choir and Dance
Wednesday, December 7th – 7:00pm
Helix Charter High School
7323 University Avenue
La Mesa, CA  91941
Band, Orchestra, Uekelele Club and Bagpipes
Friday, December 9th – 7:00pm
Steele Canyon Charter High School
12440 Campo Road
Spring Valley, CA  91978
Band, Jazz Band, Percussion Ensemble and Beginning Guitar Class (2)
Monday, December 12th – 7:00pm
West Hills High School
8756 Mast Blvd.
Santee, CA  92017
The Blue and Black Brigade, Percussion Ensemble and Colorguard
Tuesday, December 13th – 7:00pm
Grossmont High School
1100 Murray Drive
El Cajon, CA  92020
Concert Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band and Percussion Ensemble
Mount Miguel High School
8585 Blossom Lane
Spring Valley, CA  91977
Symphonic and Concert Bands, Choir, Colorguard and Guitar
Santana High School
9915 North Magnolia Avenue
Santee, CA  92071
Band, Choir and Colorguard
Thursday, December 15th – 7:00pm
El Cajon Valley High School
1035 East Madison Avenue
El Cajon, CA  92021
Band, Choir and Guitar
Valhalla High School
1725 Hillsdale Road
El Cajon, CA 92071
Concert and Symphonic Bands, Percussion Ensemble, Stage Band and String Orchestra
For additional information regarding the concerts, please reference the schools’ websites or contact the schools directly.


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