Concert Band  

ACHS's Introductory Concert Ensemble

The concert program is where instrumentalists hone their technique and tone. Instead of incorporating visual along with music like in Marching Band, students are able to improve their technical skills and develop mature tone production and ear training through several performances throughout the year. Concert Ensembles are required co-requisites for all Marching Band members. Enrollment in a concert ensemble does not require enrollment in Marching Band.

October 22, 2019

Join us for a night a night of music and fall fun at 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 28, at Rancho Campana Performing Arts Center, 4235 Mar Vista Dr, Camarillo!

The ACHS Wind and Jazz I ensembles will perform in costume, and audience members will be able to participate in a trick-...

October 22, 2019

Our Snack Shack is one of our best, all-year fundraisers and could use a little help in the form of donations and volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering in the afternoons from 2:15 - 3:30 p.m. contact 

If you can donate inventory for...

October 22, 2019

Pancake sales exceeded our expectations, and we are so excited for this fundraiser from 8-10 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 27! Ticket orders will be given to students on Tuesday to distribute.

There will be a ton of Music supporters joining us for breakfast, but now we need volunt...


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Course Description

Concert Band is the entry level ensemble in the concert program and meets daily during First Period in F-2. The goal is for students in Concert Band to receive the motivation and training necessary to move up to our Symphonic Band or Wind Ensemble, the premier concert ensemble. Concert Band has an open enrollment and primarily consists of underclassmen but is open to students in Grades 9-12 with novice to intermediate experience on their instruments. The ensemble performs a wide range of literature from traditional/classical to modern repertoire. Concert Band performs several concerts each year beginning in the winter and attends a Southern California School Band & Orchestra Association Ratings Concert Festival.

Concert Percussion Sectionals

Percussionists in the concert program will be pulled out to work with Mr. Bill Garcia three times each week on technique and chamber music in smaller groups.  The location of these rehearsal will vary. 

Course Outline
  • Grades 9-12 

  • Arts credit earned through the passing of this course. 

  • Full-year course 

  • Students should have some background in music prior to enrollment but it is not a requirement. 

Google Contact Form

All families with students enrolled in ACHS Music Programs are asked to fill out the Contact Form online to help us keep you informed about schedules, events, fundraisers and volunteer opportunities. 

Parent information meeting

There is a Parent Meeting, at 6 p.m., May 22, in the ACHS Library for incoming freshmen, students new to the program and their parents. Please see Calendar for additional information. Parents and students are highly encouraged to atten.

Performance Attire

Department approved tuxedos and concert dresses are required for formal performances. Band polo shirts and dark black (Docker or school uniform-style, no denim, no leggings) dress pants, mid-calf black socks and black dress shoes are worn for community performances. Sweatshirts may be worn when it is cool. 

Festival Results
  • Thousand Oaks High School SCSBOA Ratings Festival - 2016 - Excellent

  • Thousand Oaks High School SCSBOA Ratings Festival - 2017 - Excellent

  • Thousand Oaks High School SCSBOA Ratings Festival - 2018 - Excellent



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Adolfo Camarillo High School
Music Boosters
PO Box 2366

Camarillo, CA 93011

TIN: #47-0945780

Daniel Cook,
ACHS Music Director

Tel: 805-484-6362

Cameron Guerrero,
ACHS Instrumental Music Teacher

Tel: 805-834-1486

4660 Mission Oaks Blvd,

Camarillo, CA 93012

Tel: 805-484-6362

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