PCHS Band Association  -  2015
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"Brass Ensemble, Color Guard, Concert Band, In-Door Percussion, Jazz Band, Marching Band, Winter Guard "
October 13 - Full Band Rehearsal PCMS 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
October 15 - Full Band Rehearsal PCMS 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
October 17 - Norwalk HS MAC Competition Times TBA
October 18 - Recycling PCHS Teachers Parking Lot 10:00 - Noon
October 18 - USBands NY State Championship Times TBA
October 20 - Full Band Rehearsal PCMS 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
October 22 - Full Band Rehearsal PCMS 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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On Saturday, Sept. 19 the Pride of
Port Chester debuted this season's
field show "Music by Queen" in their
first USBands competition. The
competition was hosted by Brien
McMahon High School in Norwalk,
Ct. Port Chester's performance of
four popular Queen songs pleased
both the crowd and judges as it
earned a score of 76.850 in Group V
A and the band came away with the
first place trophy. The band will next
perform in the USBands Yamaha
Cup which is held at MetLife
Stadium in New Jersey on Saturday,
Sept. 26.
Courtesy of Chris Roca
Westmore News
Pride of Port Chester marches to victory
By Chris
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September 26
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Westmore News
PCHS Band fall season marching right along
October 11, 2015
The Pride of Port Chester has been busy as the 2015 band season is in full swing. After
coming off their debut first place victory in the Brien McMahon USBands competition two
weeks ago, the band was edged out of a third place finish by .05 of a point in the USBands
Yamaha Cup which took place in MetLife Stadium. Not to be discouraged, the following day
The Pride of Port Chester was back on the street taking part in a parade celebrating 375 years
of the Town of Greenwich. The band played to an enthusiastic crowd as it marched down
Greenwich Avenue.

With the cooler weather and a rainy week, the band toughed it out through the evening
practices, and their hard work and dedication paid off on Saturday, Oct. 3 at the
BandToberfest in Livingston, N.J. Although Port Chester was not competing against another
school, they did perform well and posted a score of 82.15, their highest this season.

To end the week, the band and its supporters were treated to a practice session from
UMassAmherst Minuteman Marching Band. For the past several years the Minutemen have
made Port Chester a waypoint as they make the journey to Allentown, Pa. for the Collegiate
Marching Band Festival. UMass Amherst was a sight to see and hear with 384 band members
taking to the field under the direction of Timothy T. Anderson.

Come see the band this weekend at the PCHS Homecoming football game on Saturday, and
don't miss them as they march in the Columbus Day parade on Sunday.  
The Port Chester High School Marching Band performs at MetLife Stadium in the
USBands Yamaha Cup.     Courtesy of Chris Roca              
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