Student musicians who cannot see are set to march in Rose Parade

12/31/2009 | Pasadena Star-News (Calif.)

The Ohio State School for the Blind's marching band is set to perform at the Rose Parade, becoming the first band of musicians who cannot see to perform at the even in Pasadena, Calif. The school's fledgling marching-band program started in 2005 and has grown with the help of the music program at Ohio State University, whose football team is playing in this year's Rose Bowl.

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