Greg Crameri

Welcome to Mr. "C's" (Crameri) Web Page

Mr. Crameri is the Director for the Grade 6, Grade 8 and Symphonic Bands as well as teacher of applied instrumental lessons, for each of the aforementioned ensembles, at Har-Bur Middle School in Burlington, CT. 

Please feel free to contact me at any time! My phone is (860) 673-6163 x17517 and my email address is cramerig@region10ct.org 


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Here are some of the reasons why we teach music to our children:

WHY TEACH MUSIC.pdf


GRADING POLICY FOR ENSEMBLES


Grade 8 & Symphonic Band Course Overview
Grade 6 Band Course Overview

As an added convenience, to both students and parents, I have included the enclosed link of fingering charts for all band instruments.

FINGERING CHARTS
Flute
Oboe
Bassoon
Clarinet/Bass Clarinet
Alto/Baritone Saxophone
Tenor Saxophone
Trumpet/Baritone T.C.
French Horn
Trombone
Euphonium
Tuba


The 2017/2018 Instrumental Music Information PACKET (Grade 6 Band, Grade 8 and & Symphonic Band) is NOW COMPLETE!!!!

Should you have further questions please do not hesitate to contact me, at school, any time.

HAR-BUR MUSIC DEPARTMENT CALENDAR OF EVENTS:
Har-Bur Music Department Calendar 2017-18.pdf

STUDENT ENSEMBLE CONTRACT:
(ALL instrumental students are required to adhere to the terms of this contract.  This form need only be returned should there be a question and/or concern regarding the terms of the agreement)
Contract 2017-18.pdf

SYMPHONIC & GRADE 6 BAND LESSON SCHEDULES:
(All lessons will begin on Monday, October 2, 2017.)

Symphonic Band Lesson Schedule 2017-2018.pdf
Grade 6 Band Lesson Schedule 2017-18.pdf

Mr. Riccio and Mr. Skinner will be administering lessons to all Grade 8 Band students not performing in Symphonic Band.  These lessons will begin on October 9, 2017.  

GRADE 7-8 NON-SYMPHONIC LESSON INFORMATION 2017-18.pdf
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**Important information regarding the Har-Bur "SWITCHERS" Program for the school year 2017/18**


The link below provides a detailed description and explanation of the program. After-school meetings/rehearsals will begin in early October.

*Please Read*
This year poses an extremely difficult challenge with regard to our present inventory. Due to the success of the program in prior years (including current use by those students) the type and number of school-owned instruments is extremely limited. Only a handful of students will be able to work on a new low wind or brass instruments this fall. Students will be selected on the basis of interest and final decisions will be determined based upon recommendations from the director(s)