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Schenectady musicians step on a national stage

The Schenectady High School Marching Band participates in Friday’s Independence Day parade in Washington, D.C. (Photo courtesy Krista Hawk)
The Schenectady High School Marching Band participates in Friday’s Independence Day parade in Washington, D.C. (Photo courtesy Krista Hawk)
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Only three years after the Schenectady High School Marching Band was reinstated, it played Friday in front of its largest crowd yet: The National Independence Day Parade. The Washington, D.C., march is a major annual event, televised around the country. Since being reinstated, the band has gone through several changes in leadership, gained experience at choreographed moves while playing and wearing uniforms dating back more than 15 years. But the band has won numerous awards ...


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pnotto
July 5, 2014
7:24 a.m.

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Congrats to one and all....

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