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Holiday tunes at Sportech
December 7, 2017 at 4:57 p.m.
Santiago Bautista leads members of the Port Chester High School Marching Band brass section as they play holiday carols together in harmony at the Rye Ridge Shopping Center on Sunday, Dec. 3. The show kicked off a week-long Sportech promotion where the store donated a portion of its sales to the band.
The Pride of Port Chester drumline waits around the corner to make their grand entrance along the sidewalks of Rye Ridge Shopping Center.
Senior Diana Naula (right), sophomore Geovany Argudo and sophomore Edzani Kelapile serenade with holiday tunes on their mellophones.
Jane Dominguez practices proper form and focus as she beats her snare in cadence with the rest of the drumline.
The drizzly weather doesn’t stop Brandon Molano from sliding his valve to playing carols on his trombone.
Five-year-old Jillian Gasparini of Rye Brook came to the show with candy cane and mistletoe face painting. She watches the marching drumline in awe, despite the cold
Jason Laynes (left) and Nina Soriano (right) provide rhythmic backup as Ariana Soriano bursts into a snare drum solo.