Deer River band and choir trip

The South is rich in history and historic buildings. The Deer River band and choir students were able to visit the Oak Alley Plantation and tour the Big House and the grounds before heading home from their Memphis and New Orleans trip in March. Submitted photo
The South is rich in history and historic buildings. The Deer River band and choir students were able to visit the Oak Alley Plantation and tour the Big House and the grounds before heading home from their Memphis and New Orleans trip in March. Submitted photo

On March 18-23 the Deer River Band and Choir, along with chaperons, went to Memphis and New Orleans.

“We had a fantastic time while down there,” said Deer River Band Director David Myers. “Some of the highlights were our clinic with the University of Memphis band and choir directors, Dr. Armand Hall and Dr. Lawrence Edwards, and visiting the National Civil Rights Museum and Graceland while in Memphis and then visiting Preservation Hall, going on the Mardi Gras World Tour and visiting Oak Alley Plantation while in New Orleans.The content you are trying to access is only available to members. Sorry.

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