(A) Orchestra. The student shall be enrolled in the corresponding music class of the ensemble that is participating in concert and sight-reading.
(B) Band and Choir. The student shall be enrolled in the corresponding music class and the band or choir shall be comprised of a majority of 7th grade students or above.”
I’d call and ask. “The corresponding music class” could be interpreted as band regardless of what section of band they are in. I think it means same class period, but it’s worth asking. The rule change you are thinking about is that the requirement to be enrolled in both classes to perform with two different ensembles was removed. It now just says they have to perform on a different instrument in each ensemble, but they no longer have to be enrolled in the second class period.
: Hello Everyone,
: I have two very gifted beginner bassoon
: players that I would like to, if it is
: allowed, take to UIL C&SR with my top band.
: These kids are awesome and have been
: practicing the top band's music during their
: beginner class. They have the music down. I
: would like to give them this experience.
: My question: is it allowable to bring
: students not enrolled in the Varsity Band
: (yet ARE enrolled in A (beginner) band) to
: UIL C&SR contest with said Varsity band?
: I seem to remember some small rule change in
: recent memory that made something like this
: allowable - but I'm unsure.
: Thanks for your help!