Clearview Regional High School
Instrumental Music Program
The instrumental music program is dedicated to the musical, emotional, and intellectual development of instrumental music students in the Clearview Regional High School.
Achievement of this mission includes the following:
Mastery of fundamental aural and oral music training, foundational theory knowledge, as well as core instrumental technique.
Development of critical evaluation skills and application to musical performances, both on the individual and ensemble levels.
Interaction and collaboration with peer musicians, as well as professional music educators, conductors, and performers.
Study of a diverse selection of wind musical repertoire; including cornerstone band literature, transcriptions from other musical mediums, works with featured artists, and popular music arrangements/transcriptions.
Placement of musical literature, composes, and ideas into social, historical, and cross-disciplinary contexts.
Individual, chamber ensemble, and large ensemble performances for diverse audiences; including school populations, the extended Mullica Hill community, as well as regional and state audiences.
About the Program
The Clearview Regional School District Instrumental Music program is a multi-tiered system that supports two-hundred and fifty students in grades 7 - 12. The program is comprised of five curricular ensembles, ranging from a grade level ensembles in middle school to the award winning Honors Wind Ensemble. Students have the opportunity to participate in numerous extracurricular ensembles, including a marching band, colorguard, jazz band, and select chamber ensembles. Clearview students and ensembles perform throughout the Mullica Hill and Southern New Jersey area, including recent performances for the NJMEA State Music Educators Conference, NJBA State Honors Band Gala, Gloucester County Meeting of Superintendents, Wenonah and Mantua Township Memorial Day Parades, as well as the Region III (SJBODA) and New Jersey State Honors Band and Orchestra.