Sinaloa Students March in Time as 'Music Man' Band

Jason Eckl's young musicians are featured on the annual Mountain Play on Mt. Tam this season.

Students from have been performing the past two Sundays in the Mountain Play's production of as the marching band in the finale of the performance.

Sinaloa music teacher Jason Eckl said the students have been excited to be part of such a professional production.

"I'm really excited to be in the marching band because I got to see Man of La Mancha two years ago and it was great," said seventh-grader Alexa Runyan, who plays the drum major.

Eckl said lots of rehearsals and some long weekend practices were worth it when young musicians finally heard the applause from the audience and experienced the thrill of going on stage in front of several thousand people.

"It's fun to perform in front of the audience because it feels great when they applaud for you," said seventh-grader Brittany White.

The shows are at 2 p.m. Sundays through June 17 at Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre at the top of Mount Tam.

Students in the marching band are:

  • Nick Aguilar
  • Nrithya Anukonda
  • Emilie Baxter
  • Samantha Boyd
  • Justin Creamer
  • Louise Gainer
  • Logan Gleeson
  • Sophia Gregorio
  • Bronte Hoefer
  • Garrett Hoefer
  • Matthew Iacovelli
  • Saywer Ikeda
  • Natalie Mansergh
  • Sal Melbin
  • Forrest Meluch
  • Emily Nam
  • Sophia Neuweiler
  • Rafael Romero
  • Alexa Runyan
  • Lexy Salvador
  • Ronan Shaffer
  • Maielle Weinstock
  • Brittany White
  • Abby Wilcer
  • Eric Zhou
corbi May 30, 2012 at 12:17 PM
Lexy Salvador was left out...
corbi May 30, 2012 at 12:19 PM
Please up date for the record!!!
Cindy Harris May 31, 2012 at 03:45 AM
How exciting - go Sinaloa Band!
Berta Campos-Anicetti June 01, 2012 at 02:41 PM
What a wonderful experience for the students! Thank you Mr. Eckl for continuing to make music so much fun at Sinaloa! Berta Campos-Anicetti


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