Enjoy the Monticello High School and RJK Middle School concerts now through June 24

The high school and middle school spring concerts and dance showcase are available for viewing now through June 24. Audience members may watch at any time between June 21 and 24.  This will give the community more opportunity to see and hear our talented students perform.  Thank you for your continued support and understanding during …

Links for virtual RJK and MHS concerts/dance showcase will be posted June 21; community can watch anytime from June 21-24

A message from the MCSD Performing Arts Department:  The High School and Middle School Spring Concerts and Dance Showcase will be available for viewing via Zoom link from June 21 through June 24. These links will be sent out on June 21. Audience members do not have to watch at a specific time during any …

Super Happy Awesome News

The Monticello Performing Arts Department will be streaming this year’s middle school musical production of Super Happy Awesome News this Friday, May 21 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, 22 at 12 p.m. If you would like a zoom invite, please email tbuckley@k12mcsd.net for the zoom link. If you cannot make those streaming dates, but still want …

MCSD Performing Arts Department announces spring 2021 concert series dates

The MCSD Performing Arts Department is thrilled to announce that our spring 2021 concert season will take place during rescheduled dates!  Due to the difficulty of planning events for the 20-21 school year the events had to be rescheduled from the earlier dates printed on the district calendars.  MCSD Performing Arts will be able to …

MCSD named a Best Community for Music Education

For the 12th year in a row, Monticello has been named a Best Community for Music Education by the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation. The designation shows a commitment by our Board of Education and Administration, coupled with the dedication of our highly qualified music teachers, to provide a deep and meaningful music …

Students continue to grow musically at Monticello

Music class looks different this year. With NYS guidance requiring a 12-feet of spacing for vocal, woodwind and brass instruments, and six feet for strings, a class that would typically have 30 students now has just a handful. Rather than work towards a culminating performance, teachers focus more on enabling music students to learn independently. …

Get your tickets for MHS’s production of The Theory of Relativity

LET’S WATCH OUR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PERFORM “THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY” How will we do that? The copyright holder has offered us the license to stream our musical at performance times (7:30 pm) on March 19 and 20. You may go to the site Showtix4u beginning Monday, March 15 and access a ticket for each …

MHS Production of The Theory of Relativity is picking up speed

About The Theory of Relativity:  This collection of stories within songs mirrors our narratives of home, family, love, loss, and, finally, connection. Although this musical will appear to be a simple song cycle, it explores the relationships between the actors, which are revealed at the end to be reflective of our own travels through life. …

Mark your calendars for the MHS production of The Theory of Relativity

Monticello Central School District’s Performing Arts Department will perform The Theory of Relativity. The production, which will be streamed online on March 19 & 20 at 7:30 p.m. will be the culmination of a collaborative project that includes music, dance, technology, drama, staging and rehearsals during a school year like no other. Mark your calendars …

Performing Arts Department’s Winter Concert

The MCSD Performing Arts Department has been preparing for their annual Winter Concert virtually, as the pandemic has limited the amount of in-person contact with students that teachers can execute.  In place of the typical live winter concert the department has created a collage video to showcase the various programs around the district and bring …