Virginia honors local school bands

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Six Chesterfield high schools earned Virginia Honor Band status: Clover Hill, Cosby, Thomas Dale, James River, Matoaca and Monacan. To achieve this honor, the school’s marching band must achieve a superior rating in the fall and the school’s concert band or orchestra must achieve a superior rating in the spring.

High school orchestras achieving a superior rating are Clover Hill, Thomas Dale and James River. Also, Bird High’s wind symphony received a superior rating.

Middle school bands achieving a superior rating are Bailey Bridge, Midlothian, Robious, Salem Church and Tomahawk Creek. Middle school orchestras achieving a superior rating are Elizabeth Davis, Matoaca, Midlothian, Robious and Tomahawk Creek.

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