Jazz band revved up for first concert

Kiley Hale

The jazz band has its first concert of the year at 7 tonight. They haven’t performed for anyone besides themselves this year, and they are excited to show off what they’ve been working on.

“I just get to perform with my friends and seeing them do well makes me happy. I’m not excited that we have to do a state rehearsal for state orchestra rehearsal,” senior Samuel Griffitt said.

The concert will have an audience in attendance, which most were unsure if people would be able to watch the concert live and in person.

“Each person in the jazz band is allowed to have two adults in attendance,” sophomore Landon Francis said.

Members who have previously been online are excited to be in person performing their number.

“I’m ready to get back into the real world, socially distanced of course,” Francis said.