Band to perform in mulaski aay marade
PENNSBURY - The Pennsbury Long Orange Line will kick off the fall parade season with a performance at the upcoming Philadelphia Pulaski Day Parade on Sunday, Oct. 14.
The parade steps out at 12:30 p.m. from 20th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. It will march down the Parkway to 16th Street, u-turn on 16th Street and march west on the Parkway, around Logan Circle and end at 22nd Street.
There will also be live TV coverage on WPVI TV-6 from 1 to 3 p.m.
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One minute anxious, the next playful, the musicians recently performed feverishly to a melodious crescendo as color guard members demonstrated the struggle between good and evil.
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This year marks the 63rd Anniversary of the Pennsbury High School Long Orange Line Marching Band. The marching band is internationally recognized as one of the premier high school marching bands in the United States.
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The band has previously performed at the International Rugby Tournament “Hong Kong Sevens” in Hong Kong China and the New Year’s Day Parade in London, England.
The 2012-2013 Long Orange Line is under the direction of Mr. Frank Mazzeo and the Drum Major for this year is Karen Caruso.
Pennsbury has been named to the Best Communities for Music Education in America for the fourth year in a row.