CFA BAND RANKS HIGHEST IN THE STATE IN STUDENTS SELECTED FOR BAND COMPETITION

Cape Fear Academy had a record high number of students selected for the NC Association of Independent Schools Honor Band–36 students and, once again, the most of any school in the state!  The second and third place schools are Providence Day School in Charlotte with 18 selected and Cary Academy in Cary with 17. 

There were a record number of band students vying for a seat and the highest number of participating NCAIS schools ever this year.

Congratulations to these students who were selected as members of NCAIS Honor Band 2015:

MIDDLE SCHOOL:

Flute: Ramsay Trask, Adrian Jones, Caroline Crumrine

Oboe: Jack Glynn

Clarinet: Annie Kane, Maya Arora, Tyler Smith, Andrew Basinger, Casey Medlin, Noah Durham, Alexis Mearns

Bass Clarinet: Mack Webb

Trumpet: Vance Young, Ethan Sikka, Max Hall

F Horn: Delilah Mills

Trombone: Jack Sloan

Euphonium: Ford Chappell

Percussion: Spencer Lampkin

UPPER SCHOOL:

Flute: Rebecca Holden, Cecilia DeMoss, Elizabeth Baker, Libby Moore

Oboe: Julia Allen

Clarinet: Jordan Caplanson-Torrens

Alto Sax:  Camryn Kellogg

Tenor Sax: Will Boggio

Trumpet: Ford Wright, Cole Boggio, Landon Pierpan

Trombone: Thomas Smith, Cole Frazier

Euphonium: August Mills

Percussion: Lee Jackson, Walker Moore

Mallet Percussion: Michael Meeks

These students and their director, Ms. Rebecca Best, will attend the NCAIS Honor Band Clinic October 19-20 at High Point University.