EHS Concert Band rated ‘Superior’


On Friday, April 29, the Eaton High School Concert Band played at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) contest and was awarded a Superior Rating ,which is the highest rating they could have received at the state level. Students earned their qualification to attend the state contest a few months ago, and this year they brought home top honors. Band Director Paul Bingle and Assistant Director Haley Blevins led the group in this musical achievement.

On Friday, April 29, the Eaton High School Concert Band played at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) contest and was awarded a Superior Rating ,which is the highest rating they could have received at the state level. Students earned their qualification to attend the state contest a few months ago, and this year they brought home top honors. Band Director Paul Bingle and Assistant Director Haley Blevins led the group in this musical achievement.


EATON — On Friday, April 29, the Eaton High School Concert Band played at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) contest and was awarded a Superior Rating ,which is the highest rating they could have received at the state level. Students earned their qualification to attend the state contest a few months ago, and this year they brought home top honors. Band Director Paul Bingle and Assistant Director Haley Blevins led the group in this musical achievement.

On Friday, April 29, the Eaton High School Concert Band played at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) contest and was awarded a Superior Rating ,which is the highest rating they could have received at the state level. Students earned their qualification to attend the state contest a few months ago, and this year they brought home top honors. Band Director Paul Bingle and Assistant Director Haley Blevins led the group in this musical achievement.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/05/web1_ehs_band1.jpgOn Friday, April 29, the Eaton High School Concert Band played at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) contest and was awarded a Superior Rating ,which is the highest rating they could have received at the state level. Students earned their qualification to attend the state contest a few months ago, and this year they brought home top honors. Band Director Paul Bingle and Assistant Director Haley Blevins led the group in this musical achievement.