Music

Traditionally, our music programs participates in many extracurricular programs including Overnight Band Camps, Elementary School Concerts and multi night tours which have included Nelson B.C., Whistler B.C., Edmonton and Banff.  For the 2018-2019 School year we are planning a two night Music Retreat to Banff.  At this time these events are postponed.

What’s Happening? 

Traditionally we have the Winter and Spring concerts, Remembrance Day Assembly, Pep Rally’s, Grade 8 & 9 Band Camp and Jazz Band Camp, and the Alberta International Band Festival. Students also have the opportunity to hear professional musicians perform throughout the year through workshops and clinics. At this time these events are postponed.

The A.E. Cross Music Parents Association (AECMPA) is non-profit organization that believes strongly in the value of music education. Our main purpose is to provide financial and volunteer support for the music program at A.E. Cross School. Through these efforts, we are committed to supporting education that makes music relevant for all students. We welcome all parents to attend our meetings.

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