The Muskegon Channel has made available a replay of this years Singing Christmas Tree for a limited time. Please enjoy and share all the hard work our Mona Shores Choir and Orchestra students, parents, and community have done on this years Singing Christmas Tree.
The Mona Shores Orchestra Parents Association is offering an opportunity for you to support the orchestra through the annual apparel sale. They are again teaming up with Trophy House and offering several new items this year including Alumni apparel.
All orders must be placed online.The online store will be open until Monday, November 22. All orders will be processed after that date and should be ready during the week of December 6. Trophy House will notify you when your items are ready and available for pick.
Please follow this link to access the online store:
Our goal is to raise $10,000 for the Mona Shores Orchestra Parent Association’s general fund to support our orchestra students. If we reach our goal, no additional fundraisers for the general fund will be held this school year.
The Fiddlers are hosting this year’s tailgate before the Homecoming football game from 5:30 – 7 PM just outside the Sailor Center entrance. Come on over after the Homecoming Parade for some good food and good music. Menu includes pulled pork sandwich or hot dog, coleslaw, chips, cookie, and beverage for $7 a plate.
Don’t miss this unprecedented collaboration of all music programs in the Mona Shores School District. Performances are Saturday April 14, 2018 at 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm. The concert will conclude with the world premiere of the commissioned work “We Are the Music” by Sean Ivory. This grand finale will feature nearly 500 students performing at once!
All tickets are reserved seating and are available online at www.showtix4u.com. Please consider purchasing your tickets before arriving to the theater to avoid a long line.
2015 Michigan Irish Music Festival has now come to a close. This weekend the MIMF hosted many bands from Ireland such as The High Kings, We Banjo 3, Slide and to bands from right here here in West Michigan like Moxie Strings, Peat in the Creel, and Crossbow to name a few. The weekend was filled with great music and fun times.
A very BIG Thank You to Michigan Irish Music Festival for inviting the Mona Shores Fiddlers to kick off the last day of the Festival. Its become a tradition the Fiddlers really enjoy. Its wonderful seeing old friends, past MSOPA members, Fiddler/Orchestra alumni and past Mona Shores Fiddle Fest guest bands at the Fiddler Performance.
Here are a few pictures from todays performance. more pictures can be viewed on our Flicker Page, a link is on the side of this page or below for mobil users.