The Don Bosco Technical Institute music program is committed to excellence.
Our programs aims to provide students with a life long appreciation for the arts, support students in realizing their full potential, and provide opportunity for students to have a well-rounded education, which includes the arts. Our college geared approach of education by doing, competency based assessments, and the incorporation of technology in traditional settings, separates us from all other programs. We respect and honor our past traditions, alumni, and community and keep focused on creating the future leaders of tomorrow. -Daniel A. Almanza, Director of Instrumental Music
“Our programs aim to provide students with a life long appreciation for the arts, support students in realizing their full potential, and provide opportunity for students to have a well-rounded education, which includes the arts.” – Daniel A. Almanza, DBTI Band Director
It’s a new year. Time to be active and be a part of something that positively impacts student learning. Come out to our family friendly event. Your registration includes a participant shirt, Celebration BBQ, and Marching Band performance.
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Starts at 10 a.m. Legg Lake Park Picnic Area #9
Santa Anita lot is Free. Overflow Parking is $6
On-site Registration will begin at 9 a.m.
Our annual 5k walk/ run raises money for our non-profit, catholic, private school music program. The music program is 100% self supported and provides the opportunity for studnets to learn how to play an instrument, read music, or be a part of any of our five ensembles: Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Symphonic Band, or Beginning Band.
*Correction to flyer: Program starts on Wednesday, October 3, at 4 p.m. not the 13th.
What is it?
Musical Gear -up is a 11-week program where boys and girls from middle school and our sister schools can come and learn how to play an instrument. Students work with our award winning and highly qualified instructors on specified instruments. The classes run from October 3- December 12, and meet every Wednesday. Space is limited to 20 students and applications will be viewed in the order they are received.