A quartet of Apex High School Orchestra musicians, foreground to background, Cassandra Rod, Joseph Michael Burns, Benjamin Shugg, and Arianna Grace Roberts play a brief version of Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son” on Tuesday, Nov.18, 2014, during a Wake County school board meeting at the Wake County Public School System Central Services Building in Cary. The students were part of a group asking the school system to put more strings programs at middle schools and to new high schools.
A quartet of Apex High School Orchestra musicians, foreground to background, Cassandra Rod, Joseph Michael Burns, Benjamin Shugg, and Arianna Grace Roberts play a brief version of Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son” on Tuesday, Nov.18, 2014, during a Wake County school board meeting at the Wake County Public School System Central Services Building in Cary. The students were part of a group asking the school system to put more strings programs at middle schools and to new high schools. tlong@newsobserver.com
A quartet of Apex High School Orchestra musicians, foreground to background, Cassandra Rod, Joseph Michael Burns, Benjamin Shugg, and Arianna Grace Roberts play a brief version of Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son” on Tuesday, Nov.18, 2014, during a Wake County school board meeting at the Wake County Public School System Central Services Building in Cary. The students were part of a group asking the school system to put more strings programs at middle schools and to new high schools. tlong@newsobserver.com

Orchestra supporters lobby for more Wake County strings programs

November 23, 2014 02:26 PM