Band to per­form in mu­laski aay ma­rade

The Advance of Bucks County - - YARDLEY-MORRISVILLE AREA - By Pe­tra Ch­es­ner Sch­lat­ter

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.

The march­ing band has D nHw HnHUgy-fiOOHG fiHOG show called “An­gels and Demons.”

An in­ter­pre­tive ar­range­ment by the band’s di­rec­tor, Frank Mazzeo, part of the VFRUH LV IURP WKH 2009 fiOP “An­gels and Demons.” The WKHPH WR WKH fiHOG VKRw FRUre­sponds be­tween the strug­gle be­tween the An­gels and Demons.

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.

The band will per­form this fiHOG VKRw WKURugKRuW WKH sea­son in Youth Ed­u­ca­tion in the Arts (YEA) the Cav­al­cade of Bands com­pe­ti­tion.

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.

Last spring the Penns­bury Long Orange Line per­formed in­ter­na­tion­ally for WKH WKLUG WLPH Ln fiYH yHDUV when it toured Ar­gentina.

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.

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