December Update - Concert Reminders


Our concert is tomorrow December 9th. Please see the information below that pertains to your student performers and safety measures/guidelines updates!

UPDATE 12/8/2021 Students can take a COVID Test tomorrow with the school nurse before school, at lunch, or immediately after school if they wish to play without a bell cover. Please print and sign the attached permission slip for the test to be administered on-site at Gregori. If you do a rapid test or by other means at home please bring proof of negative result.

Concert Safety Protocols:

1. All attendees and performers will be masked at all times regardless of vaccination status.
2. No concessions will be sold this concert (other than water bottles)
3. Parents will be asked to leave the cafeteria after their students have performed so we can allow for as much social distancing as possible. There is NO LIMIT to how many people can see the concert.
4. No admission will be charged but suggested donations are $5 for General admission, $3 Seniors, $2 Students/Staff). You can also donate digitally via
5. The concert will be livestreamed simultaneously on Facebook Live Stream through our Gregori Musical Arts Association page for those families who wish to enjoy the performance from home.

Concert Procedures for Students:
1. Call time will be at least 30 minutes prior to any performance time listed below of any one specific group in J103. STUDENTS WEARING TUXEDOS NEED TO BRING BLACK SOCKS, BLACK DRESS SHOES, AND WHITE DRESS SHIRTS.
2. Students need to be in their uniforms with music & instruments ready to play 15 minutes prior to the start of ensemble performances listed below in the MPR/Cafeteria.

6:00pm Choir
6:30pm Jazz Band
7:00pm Drumline & Concert Band
7:30pm Orchestra

3. After completing their performances: students are welcome to stay for the duration of the performance OR can go home after they have gotten out of their uniforms in J103. No uniforms are allowed to be taken home.
4. Students in Concert Band will need to help move percussion instruments back from the MPR after their set is over.

Johansen High School has two parade opportunities that they have invited our Gregori students to if they wish to do more Sleigh Ride. That paperwork is going home with them today (volunteer).

Johansen High School has invited Gregori students to go on tour to Carnegie Hall in New York City over Summer vacation. June 11-15, 2022. Those packets are going home with students today as well for those interested. It will cost a lot of money but the memories will last a lifetime! Contact Mr. Hart with any questions you may have. (209) 202-4586.

Paul Herrera
Music Director
Joseph A Gregori HS


Gregori Musical Arts Association

The Gregori Music Arts Association parent club is here to elevate your students musical talents and abilities. With many different musical workshops to join in on, your young musician will be on their way to the steps of musical success. We fine tune their already present talents and provide them with encouraging and precise instruction on how to become the best musician possible. Our program teaches students to play their instruments to meet their full potential. Let us help your child explore and prosper in the world of music.

Gregori High School's music program has established new heights in performance. Students have traveled to many universities in California and the US. Students have had the ability to perform at the Museum of Flight, The Rose Bowl, the French Quarter Jazz Festival, and will take the stage again when the pandemic is over. 

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