Somethings that I love to do is play the guitar, piano and last but not least is taking pictures.
December 15, 2018
Hispanic kids playing at the park, African Americans walking across the street to Wing ‘n Rings a local urban restaurant to eat and hang out, and Caucasians enjoying the downtown shops, is what you see on a regular day in Duncanville. In a society consistently revolving around racial discrimination, political polarization, police brutality and immigration issues. where the Duncanville high school marching band represented this equality in a different light.
“This show is by far the most meaningful show that I have ever had the chance to work on. This show is special. It is about the American experience.” Duncanville Band director Chuck Moon said.
The dancers dressed in patriotic dresses helps set off the first part of the show which is America themed. The first part of the show begins with a dramatic fanfare by Aaron Copland from “A Lincoln Portrait.” It was based on the first colonies and discovering of America representing life, liberty, and happiness.