"I'm from New Orleans born and raised. I'm currently a band director in Baton Rouge. Both cities have qualities that the other don't. I respect the musical culture in the city, it's a big part of who I am. Let me just put this out…"
"Ok here's the truth yes mck is netter than nrulg, there program is more est. But mck and bruly arguing is a battle of the worse vs the worse. Neither one of the bands sound to good at all right now. Bruly is to small to play some of the songs…"
"Here's hoping you get a load! It's time for marching bands to come back to the days when 64 was considered a small band. There is so much for a student to gain from a good band program and you guys have one. Good luck to you."
The Istrouma High Band Program is one of Baton Rouge's up and coming programs musically serving High school students. The mission of the band program, being consistent with the national standards of excellences for young musicians, exercises a broad coverage of music rather than heavy concentration on any single segment.Pros of the being apart of the Istrouma High band is; Students develop social skills and musicianship, traveling oppurtunities, exposure to all genres of music, and the ability…See More
"I understand his dreams but, but in all honesty you have to have some type of credentials to be ranking bands and saying who should represent what. I mean Eric once again what are your credentials. WhAt college band did you play in, what's your…"