TVHS Student Attire
- Gentlemen: Tuxedo jacket and slacks; student to provide a white shirt and black bow tie, black socks, black dress shoes.
- Ladies: Black dress or top and skirt that falls within dress code; skirt must fall past knee when sitting.
Parents, we need you! This 2-day event requires hundreds of man hours and we simply cannot do it without plenty of parent volunteers. We will have a variety of positions available, offered in shifts including early morning and evening shifts for those who work during the day. The image to the right is an example of the type of help we need.
Please check out the spots available for both dates, March 20th and March 21st, and sign up. We can use your help and donations of water, soda, and EZ-Up loaners. Volunteers receive a parking pass to park in a designated area on campus during their shift. We are using a tool called SignUp to schedule volunteers. It’s super easy to use, and you’ll be able to pick a shift that’s convenient for you. Please consider signing up for a shift, or two, and helping us host this amazing student band and orchestra showcase.
Logistics: Schedule, Menu, and Parking
Check out the performance schedule, drool over the menu, find out where to park and go.
Performance Schedule - Day 1
Performance Schedule - Day 2
Band boosters know how to feed hungry band students -- with hot dogs, hamburgers, and baked potatoes! Check out our prices, too!
Download our Concessions Menu Festival 2019.
- Concessions is usually located near the band director's main check-in area during school hours but may be located outside the theater depending on weather conditions and space availability.
- After school gets out, we usually move closer to the venue.
SCSBOA Items for Sale
TVHS Band Boosters will be selling SCSBOA merchandise outside the theatre, in front of the band room / warm-up area, where the scores will be posted.
- MEDALS ($5 each) - Superior and Excellent
- PINS ($5 each) - Superior and Excellent
- PATCHES ($3 each) - Superior and Excellent
- STICKERS ($1 each) - Superior and Excellent
About the Festival
Information for Parents from SCSBOA
Your son or daughter will be participating in a Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) District Band & Orchestra Festival.
Perhaps you are aware of most of the facts concerning our music festivals; however, certain facts bear repeating.
- This district festival is one of the many festivals sponsored by the SCSBOA.
- Participants in district festivals become eligible to go on to the regional festival if they receive a Superior (I) rating for their performance.
- Judges, who are specialists in their respective fields, are hired to make constructive comments and criticism using the official adjudication forms. They are selected by the SCSBOA and have met the standards of this professional organization.
- No one is a winner; there is no “first place.” Ratings are given, including Superior (I), Excellent (II), Good (III), Fair (IV), and Poor (V). Experienced music educators set the rating standards; however, the rating received is not as important as the learning process that has preceded the performance. Therefore, directors may elect to enter their ensembles for comments only.
- Official medals, cloisonné pins, patches and stickers (authorized by the association), which indicate the rating earned, may be purchased by individuals. They are often worn on uniforms or kept as souvenirs of achievement. The cost of a medal or pin is $5.00, a patch is $3.00 and a sticker is $1.00. Students should bring the appropriate amount of money with them, as pins, medals, and stickers will not be available after the day of the festival except through a special order made by the school’s director.
- This festival is open to the public; you are cordially invited to share with us the intellectual, aesthetic, and social growth that is gained through musical performance.
SCSBOA Festival Philosophy
It is our belief that music and music activities are important parts of the educational program of our schools. We believe that good classroom instruction is a basic requirement of a sound program of music education. If properly taught and effectively supervised, music can play an important role in the development of the attitudes and values that we feel are essential to our cultural and national life. We also believe that desirable co-curricular music activities should be provided to supplement and enrich the regular classroom activities. We believe that participation in festivals offers the opportunity of achieving a high standard of music performance through the use of music lists and adjudication by qualified and trained experts in music education. We believe that the comments and suggestions of these adjudicators will help the improvement of each soloist, ensemble, or performing organization.
More information from SCSBOA:
Artistic Perception – Processing, Analyzing, and Responding to Sensory Information
1. To increase aural awareness.
2. To encourage musical responsiveness, involvement, and discrimination.
Creative Expression – Musical Skills Development
1. To develop skills necessary to become capable and intelligent performers, creators, and consumers of music.
2. To upgrade the quality of musical performance through adjudication and the selection of music.
3. To provide sight-reading opportunities under conditions designed to provide a rewarding experience for the students.
4. To provide suitable performing outlets that serve to motivate participants. Historical and Cultural -
1. To provide aesthetic experiences that will promote a sense of cultural values.
2. To develop awareness and understanding of the styles, idioms, performance media, and purposes of music as part of our multicultural heritage.
3. To develop community interest and support for the school music program.
4. To further promote music as one of the basic elements of education.
Aesthetic Valuing – Responding to, Analyzing, and Making Judgments about Music
1. To provide a sound basis of musical experience that can be used in making intelligent judgments of musical value.
2. To furnish opportunities for students to see and hear their peers from other schools in non-competitive settings.
Connections, Relationships, Applications – Application of Knowledge to Other Disciplines and Art Forms
1. To provide opportunities for students to demonstrate appropriate social behavior in performance settings as performers and audience members.
2. Attendance at festivals allows students to communicate their common experiences in written or verbal form at a later date.
3. To place students in situations that will develop creative skills, problem solving, communication, and time management that help contribute to lifelong learning
2017 Results by School
|Temecula Valley HS||Excellent|
|Mission Hills HS CB||Good|
|Potter JH Band||Excellent|
|Double Peak ES Band||Superior|
|McElhinney MS SB||Excellent|
|Valley Center HS Band||Superior|
|Margarita MS Orch||Excellent|
|Bella Vista MS Band||Good|
|Valley Center MS Band||Superior|
|Chaparral HS WE||Superior|
|Great Oak HS WE||Excellent|
|Linfield Christian HS||Excellent|
|Vail Ranch MS||Good|
|Vista Verde MS||Excellent|
|Linfield Christian HS||Excellent|
|San Elijo MS||Good|
|Vail Ranch MS||Excellent|
|El Camino HS||Superior|
|Temecula Valley HS Orch||Excellent|
|Chaparral HS CB||Excellent|
|El Camino HS WE||Superior|
|Margarita MS Band||Excellent|
|Vail Ranch MS||Superior|
|Murrieta Valley HS||Superior|
|Vista Murrieta HS WE||Superior|