With 68 bands from all over Texas coming together to compete in what is arguably the hardest marching band contest in the country, the Timber Creek band made its first appearance at the contest Saturday Nov. 4
On Saturday, Sept. 16, Timber Creek jazz band students set out to compete for placement in the 2017 All-Region Jazz Ensembles. After many months of preparation, the hard work of these students finally paid off. Of the 17 Keller ISD Read more
Many viewers of the marching show only see the final product on the field, but the amount of tasks that happen behind the scenes is tremendous. From an online music pass-off program, an app used for learning drill, an intricate sound system and a whole staff of people hired for a number of different reasons, all of the behind-the-scenes action that goes into an eight-minute performance is quite time consuming.
Every year since 2013, the bands from all four Keller ISD high schools and six feeder middle schools come together one night in the fall to showcase the talents of every band student in the Keller school district in an event known as the Marching Expo. This marks the fifth year that the Keller bands have put on this event.