Tyrone Indoor Percussion Hosts A Successful Home Show

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Tyrone held their first competition for the 2018 TIA (Tournament Indoor Association) season at the Tyrone Middle and High School on February 24, 2018. Tyrone hosted a total of 39 units from different schools in the area.

The competition began at 10:00 am with the majorette and colorguard groups and later ended with the dance and percussion groups. Tyrone indoor percussion ensemble achieved a score of 61.70 for the first performance of the year.

“I’m happy with our first performance of the year, There is always room to grow as an ensemble. We will continue to add more to the show and improve our musicality and ability to work together each week,” said Tyrone Band Director David Hock.

I’m happy with our first performance of the year, There is always room to grow as an ensemble. We will continue to add more to the show and improve our musicality and ability to work together each week,”

— Band Director David Hock

At an indoor competition, the groups are placed into a class. Each class has a specific skill set for the groups to perform throughout the program. The Tyrone percussion is competing in the Scholastic A Stationary percussion caption for the 2018 season.

In the Tournament Indoor Association rankings, Tyrone is ranked second from last above Triton High School with a score of 61.70 after their first performance of the season.

The indoor percussion will next travel to Huntington Area High School to compete on Saturday, March 3rd, 2018. The percussion will perform at 1:00 pm and will begin the show.

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