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D.C. Everest Junior High band to perform at Kalahari festival

7:56 PM, Apr. 10, 2013
The D.C. Everest Junior High School band performs at the 2011 Band Festival at the Kalahari in the Wisconsin Dells. The band will perform this year at the festival April 25 and 26. The slideshow on the screen incorrectly labels the band as D.C. Everest Middle School.
The D.C. Everest Junior High School band performs at the 2011 Band Festival at the Kalahari in the Wisconsin Dells. The band will perform this year at the festival April 25 and 26. The slideshow on the screen incorrectly labels the band as D.C. Everest Middle School.
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The D.C. Everest Junior High School eighth-grade concert band will perform at the end of this month at the Band Festival at the Kalahari in Wisconsin Dells.

The festival, created in 2008 by Sun Prairie band teacher Chris Gleason, aims to encourage young musicians in a competition-free zone to continue their craft and receive performance feedback from a panel of master musicians. This year's event, which takes place April 25 and 26, will be the fourth time at the festival for the D.C. Everest band.

"One disheartening thing about other festivals is that you work really hard to perform great and ...

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