In the afternoon, the ensembles will combine into three honor groups: middle school honor band, high school honor band and a combined middle and high school honor choir.
What does HSHB stand for?
HSHB stands for High School Honor Band
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Three students were named to the All Southern California High School Honor band; four were named to the California All- State Honor Band; and two were named to the All Southern California Junior High School Honor Band.
The clinic will draw band directors from all over the United States, and more than 650 high school honor band students will have the opportunity to rehearse with international guest conductors and flute soloist Jim Walker.
So at noon of their daily six-hour practice sessions, the rest of the city may be heading to lunch, but not these musicians, not the All-District High School Honor Band, known as ``All-City.
Only one student from the Antelope Valley - 17-year-old Danielle Ondarza, a French horn player at Highland High - was picked to be in the all-state high school honor band and orchestra.