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
The DBTI Music Boosters cordially invites you to an evening of fun, food and great music to support our thriving music program. Our annual Jazz Night Out Fundraiser will be held on April 24, 2015 at Tech Hall from 7 p.m.- 9 p.m. The evening will feature the DBTI Jazz Band, will include trivia, games, and dancing around our theme of Motown. Beer, wine, and specially crafted a la carte style dishes will be available for purchase.
Proceeds from this event are earmarked for the DBTI Music Program to purchase musical instruments, repair instrument, provide financial need based scholarships, send students to leadership workshops, purchase classroom supplies, pay for bus transportation, awards, and coaches. The program is home to “The Royal Techman Marching Band”, 2 Music Appreciation classes, our award winning Concert Band, and Jazz Band.
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Complete each one of these assignments:
1) You must receive at least a 40/ 50. If not re-try until you do. Take a screen shot of your score, print it out at home and turn it in next class for credit. http://www.musictheory.net/exercises/note
2) You must receive at least a 40/ 50. If not re-try until you do. Take a screen shot of your score, print it out at home and turn it in next class for credit. http://www.musictheory.net/exercises/keyboard/
3) You must get a 15/20 for these examples. Type directly below the media player. Take a screen shot of your score, print it out at home and turn it in next class for credit. http://www.sporcle.com/games/Scarpia/sound-of-musical-intruments