The Saline Area Schools Music Department presented the annual Bandorama at Monday night.
Hundreds of student musicians, from fifth graders to high school seniors, performed in two concerts in a packed gymnasium.
"This is a great show. For the parents of the younger students, you can listen to the older students and see what you have to look forward to," said John Mason, head of the music department at Saline Area Schools. "And for the parents of the older students, you'll watch and remember your kids when they were sweet, young, innocent and didn't talk back."
The early show featured the ninth grade band, the eighth grade jazz band, the Symphonic Band Blue, the sixth grade band, the high school jazz band, the eighth grade band, the wind ensemble, the fifth grade band and the Saline High School Marching Band.
The second show featured the Symphonic Band Gold, the seventh grade jazz band, the sixth grade band, the high school jazz band, the seventh grade band, the wind ensemble, the fifth grade band and the Saline High School Marching band.
There are two upcoming opportunities to support the Saline Area Schools music program. On May 12, will donate $20 for every person who test drives a Ford vehicle at . Click from last year's event.
On May 19, the Saline Music Parents has its annual golf outing at . Cost is $100 for golf, brunch and prizes. There is a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The price includes a two-for-one golf voucher which can be used at a future date. For more information visit www.salinemusicparents.org.