Fall Concert Provides an Entertaining Evening of Music

The Fall Concert at Belmont was a showcase of the many varied talents of Belmont Hill musicians.
From Upper and Middle School Jazz Ensembles, to the Jazz Combo, to the B-Flats and the Orchestra, the eclectic selection of songs made for a most entertaining evening.
The Middle School Jazz Ensemble kicked off the performance with a rousing version of Stevie Wonder’s classic “Superstition.” That was followed by the Jazz Combo’s rendition of “Take the A Train.” The Upper School Jazz Ensemble then performed four numbers, including “Thing of Gold” arranged by Dan Fiori, Belmont Hill’s Director of Instrumental Music.
The B-Flats then opened with a spirited take on the Johnny Nash classic “I Can See Clearly Now.” After two more songs, they closed with “Northwest Passage,” featuring solos by Greg Schneider, Ronald M. Druker ’62 Head of School. The evening finished with three orchestra numbers, including the Beatles’ famous “Eleanor Rigby.”
You can enjoy highlights of the show in the above video.
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