at 1160 Rebecca St., Oakville , L6L 1Y9
Thomas A. Blakelock High School Music Department
T.A. Blakelock High School is the second oldest high school in the town of Oakville, Ontario, and has the oldest high school building in Oakville still in use as a school. The school was built in 1957. There are 1,100 students at T.A. Blakelock. The school is named after Thomas Aston Blakelock. The current principal is Mr. Kevin Caughlin. The Music Department is Co-led by Mr. Brian Vincent and Ms. Amy Jones. They travelled to Cuba in February 2009 and while on Tour they performed with the National Concert Band of Cuba in Havana. The school has had a history of amazing Jazz Bands. The school's Senior Jazz Orchestra recently received a GOLD medal when participating at Musicfest Nationals in Ottawa.
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Had a very good, hard working and intense rehearsal with the Halton Senior Honor Band today. Well done everyone, looking forward to reconnecting in the morning to put the final touches on a great program.
Hey vocal class wassup guys
Happy Easter everyone!
Symphonic Winds Rehearsal at 3 today!
Still need passport photos, and final payment cheques from wind ensemble members. You know who you are, see MrV today please.
It's going to be a great spring music season!! Music Council Meeting coming up Re: coffee house Tuesday Symphonic Winds Rehearsal 3-5 Wednesday morning rehearsal for Wind Ensemble 7:30 Chicago tour Cheques Due
Hope all our Blakelock Musicians are having an amazing and restful break. The spring is going to be action packed! Halton Showcase, Chicago Tour, TAB Coffee House, Music Fest Nationals and our Spring Showcase concert! It's going to be busy!! It's going to be awesome!
Just want to say a huge thank you to all the Wind Ensemble musicians who came out to help at last Wednesday's reading session! You're reading was very impressive and remarked on by many of the educators who were there!! Bravo!