Isabel `18, Claudia `18, Genevieve `18, Joey `18, and Zach `18 wrapped up the year with “Send My Love” by Adele
Marisa '18 played “Sonata” by Veracini on Monday morning. She is a member of Serenata and a first violinist for the Albuquerque Youth Symphony.
Isabel and Claudia sang “I Will Follow You Into The Dark,” by Death Cab For Cutie on Tuesday morning.
Colin `16 played “Hotel California,” by the Eagles along with Mr. Fike during Monday’s morning meeting and also a song they co-wrote. This was Colin’s last Musical Monday appearance and it did not disappoint; he had his shades on and even whipped out a few tricks like playing behind his back and with his mouth. Colin will graduate in a few short weeks and plans on attending Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO.
Bosque sophomores—Joey on guitar, Zach on drums, and Chris on piano—performed “Eros” from the rock band, Young the Giant.
Shelby `16 and Emily `16 played "Canonic Sonata for two violins in G major" by Telemann on Monday morning.
Shelby’s played the violin for more than 11 years, is a member of Strings, and has a passion for art. She is on the Senior Committee, tutors for Horizons Albuquerque at Bosque School, and served as the leader of the upper school art honor society, Distinguished Artists Guild (DAG). She will attend Pratt Institute in NYC in the fall, where she plans to pursue a major in communication design with a focus in graphic design.
Emily’s played the violin for 8 years and is also a member of strings. She is on the girls lacrosse team, a member of GSA, Tri M, and Spanish Honor Society. After Bosque, she will attend Colorado College where she will pursue her interest in neuroscience and continue to play the violin.
Maddie `17 sang “All At Once” by The Fray during upper school Musical Monday morning meeting this week.
Ms. Maniaci and Mr. Scuderi played a medley of three Irish tunes on Monday morning while McKenna `16 performed an Irish jig. The medley was made up of “Tom Busby’s Jig,” a reel entitled “Jenny Picking Cockles,” and another reel, “Toss the Feathers.” McKenna began dancing in the 5th grade. As an Irish dancer, she has competed in Feis competitions all over the U.S. McKenna has won medals for her reels, light jigs, Saint Patrick’s jig, double jigs, and treble jigs and has advanced to the Novice Competition level. She is a first responder and senior lieutenant for the MRC here on campus and plays on the volleyball and tennis teams. In her free time, you can catch her coaching volleyball, playing tennis with family, and spending time with friends. She has committed to playing tennis at the collegiate level at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa, next year and plans on being a pre-med major.
Alana `18 performed “Allemande” from Partita II by Johann Sebastian Bach on Monday morning. She has played the violin for eight years and has been a member of the Albuquerque Youth Symphony since her freshman year. Alana plans to continue playing the violin throughout the rest of her schooling.
Shelby `16 played “Rondo” by Mozart on Monday morning. She’s played the violin for more than 11 years, is a member of Strings, and has a passion for art. Shelby is on the Senior Committee, tutors for Horizons Albuquerque at Bosque School, and served as the leader of the upper school art honor society, Distinguished Artists Guild (DAG). She will attend Pratt Institute in NYC in the fall, where she plans to pursue a major in communication design with a focus in graphic design.
Teachers Louis Scuderi, John Fraser, Kevin Cummins, and Michael VeSeart serenaded the upper school on Monday morning with “Green Green Rocky Road.”
Physics teacher, Louis Scuderi, played a Scottish piece by Robbie Burns on Monday morning. Mr. Scuderi has been a musician for more than 16 years and was a part of a semi-professional Irish band for three years while living in Hawaii. He also started the after-school Irish band that meets on campus.
Kessei `18 and Pema `17 sang and played the ukulele on Tuesday morning.
Matt Fike and Colin `16 performed a guitar piece they composed on Wednesday morning.
Mr. V, Mr. Fraser, Ms. Hart, and Zoe van Nortwick '15 sing along to "Wooden Heart (Muss I Denn)" with Klaus during morning meeting.
Michael VeSeart teaches Drama Tech, Theatre Production, and heads the Bosque Tech Club, which lends production support to all Bosque School performances and events. His talent for music and art naturally led him into theatre, beginning as a set designer, property master, and performer. He has worked in nearly every aspect of the theatre arts and for many different performing companies including dance, theatre, and opera. Michael came to Bosque School in 2003 from the Albuquerque Biological Park. As a city employee, he was technical manager for the KiMo Theatre for 14 years; after transferring to the BioPark in 1997, Michael became a technical production specialist, managing the stages at the Rio Grande Zoo and the Rio Grande Botanical Garden. He was the principal designer for the “River of Lights” holiday light show and coordinated the creative efforts for the haunted house as part of “Zoo Boo.” He teaches workshops throughout the year at the Albuquerque Folk Festival, the New Mexico Dulcimer Festival, and at Apple Mountain Music. Outside of teaching, Michael is an accomplished artist with numerous shows to his credit. He plays many musical instruments, is an avid antique motorcycle enthusiast, as well as a passionate ukulele player.
Marisa `18 performed “Méditation,” from the opera Thaïs, by French composer Jules Massenet during Monday’s morning meeting. Marisa has played the violin since she was four years old, is in the Albuquerque Youth Symphony, and UNM Music Prep School's traveling group, “Mad About Music.” She is also a member of Bosque's Serenata.
Catie `19 played the acoustic accompaniment of “Find You,” by Zedd, on the piano Monday morning. She has played the piano for 10 years and takes lessons outside of school. Catie enjoys music and is also a member of Cantate.
Genevieve '18 and Julia '18 performed “La Vie En Rose” by Edith Piaf during morning meeting on Monday, November 2.
Alana '18 and Amy '18 performed “Por una Cabeza” by Carlos Gardel during Monday’s morning meeting. Alana has played the violin for eight years, takes private lessons, is the principal second violinist for the Albuquerque Youth Symphony (AYS), and is in Serenata. Amy has played the violin for seven years, is in Serenata, takes private lessons, and is a first violinist in AYS. She has a passion for music and loves putting her own spin on it. She plans to pursue music after high school and is even considering studying music theory in college.
Isabel '18 and Claudia '18 sang “You and I,” by One Direction during Monday’s morning meeting. Isabel performs in the Mainstage productions, Cantate, ballet classes, and takes voice and piano lessons. Claudia is also a member of Cantate and has a lead role as Drosselmeyer in this year in Keshet Dance Company’s Nutcracker on the Rocks.
Sam played the guitar and sang “House of the Rising Sun” by The Animals for Musical Monday this week. He’s played the guitar for a little more than two years and has been singing most of his life; currently he participates in the school’s Cantate and choir classes, the Tri-M Music Honor Society, as well as the slam poetry team. He hopes to go to college in Washington next year and pursue a degree in mathematics as well as participate in the music program.
Colin ‘17 rocked "Surfing with the Alien" by Joe Satriani on Monday.
Sarah '17 puts her spin on Carrie Underwood’s “Blown Away,” accompanied by Matt Fike on guitar and Zach Kerr on piano. Along with performing with Bosque’s Cantate, Sarah has been taking voice lessons since she was ten and has been singing folk songswith he dad since she was three.
For the first Musical Monday, Elizabeth ’17 performed Beethoven's,"Für Elise,” during the upper school’s morning meeting. Elizabeth has multiple musical talents, having played the piano for more than five years as well as being a percussionist in Wind Ensemble. She is a member of the volleyball team, involved in the Science Olympiad program, and was recently honored with the Girl Scout’s Silver Award.
On Monday, May 18, Sarah '17, accompanied by Zach Kerr, performed “Be Still, My Heart,” which is a poem by Karl Flaster. The music is by Vittorio Giannini.
On Tuesday, May 19, Tyler '15 played “Intermission” by Panic at the Disco. Tyler will graduate from Bosque with her 70 classmates on Friday. She will begin her collegiate studies at Vassar College in New York next fall.
On Wednesday, May 20, Taylor '17 and Pema '17 (on Ukulele) performed "Loose Lips" by Kimya Dawson for the last Musical Morning Meeting of the year.
Nearing the end of the year, Sam '16 performed “I'm Low on Gas and You Need a Jacket” by Pierce the Veil for Musical Monday.
The choral trio of Genevieve, Isabelle, and Claudia (Class of 2018) performed “The Chain” by Ingrid Michaelson. Michaelson is an American, New York-based indie pop singer-songwriter.
Hannah '15 sang for the last time in morning meeting on Wednesday, as she will soon be graduating and moving on to her college endeavors. Hannah will be studying music at Berklee College of Music in Boston next fall. On Wednesday, Hannah sang "I'll Always Love You," a song by American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton.
The upper school students and faculty were entertained with a musical medley of Journey’s songs from Graham '15. This was the last Musical Monday for the Class of 2015 as their last day of classes is Friday, May 1.
Thank you to all of the seniors who have provided amazing Musical Mondays during their four years in upper school.
It’s a good Monday morning when you start it off with “Crazy Love” by Michael Bublé. Not only is it an impressive song, but the five boys who performed it were outstanding. The vocals were performed by senior Kainoa and he was accompanied on guitar by Jesse ‘15 and Colin ‘16, on drums by Neel ‘15, and Graham ‘15 on keyboard.
On the first day back from Winterim and Spring Break, Claire '15 sang "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again," written by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber in 1986 for the Broadway musical Phantom of the Opera. Claire was accompanied by Zack Kerr on piano.
After a lifetime of being inspired by the many twists and turns of The Odyssey, Sean Etigson, director of Bosque’s Summer Program, worked with students at Cottonwood School—many of whom are now freshmen and sophomores here at Bosque—to create an original stage production of the tale. “Like most of the plays I have written and/or directed, I wanted there to be an evocative soundtrack which related to the material,” explained Sean.
So, after crafting some musical sketches based off certain scenes or images in the play, he wrote the song "Dawn," which he performed on Tuesday at upper school morning meeting.
Bosque freshman Marisa performed a piece from a “Theme of Corelli” by Fritz Kreisler on violin, along with her accompanist Paul Marquart on piano, this past Monday at upper school morning meeting.
Marisa has been playing the violin since the age of four and is in the Albuquerque Youth Symphony and the UNM Music Prep School's traveling group, “Mad About Music.”
This Monday Isabelle '18 performed "Skinny Love" by Bon Iver on guitar. Isabella is quite the musician, as she began studying piano at age 4, vocals at age 9, and guitar at age 12.
Elizabeth's '17 piano performance of "All I Ask of You" from Phantom of the Opera
captivated the upper school audience and sent everyone on their way to a fantastic Monday. Elizabeth has been taking private lessons in piano for the past five years. Not only does Elizabeth play piano, but she also plays on the Bosque volleyball team and is active in Bosque’s Science Olympiad program, which is headed to the state competition in just a few weeks.
Colin '16 and Sarah '17 performed "You Are My Sunshine,”written by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell and first recorded in 1939 at Musical Monday, January 26.
Colin '16 and Sarah '17 performed "You Are My Sunshine,”written by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell and first recorded in 1939 at Musical Monday on January 26.
At morning meeting on Monday, January 12, English teacher Kevin Cummins performed two songs—one by a white man, one by a black man—both looking at issues of loyalty, family, and betrayal.
Mr. Cummins introduced the songs with stories about how he chose them. Bruce Springsteen’s Highway Patrolman portrays a police officer whose love for family trumps his duty to the law. The officer’s brother, a war veteran, shoots a man in a roadhouse. “If it was any other man, I’d put him straight away,” the officer says. “But when it’s your brother, sometimes you look the other way.” Mr. Cummins followed Highway Patrolman with Son House’'s People Grinning in Your Face. The song urges its listener to endure mockery with the refrain—“Just bear this in mind, a true friend is hard to find.”
On the last day of finals, Hannah '15 sang "All I Want for Christmas is You" by Mariah Carey. Hannah was accompanied by Jessie '15 on guitar, alumnus Justin Gunter '11 on drums, and faculty members Joanna Hart on piano and Nicolle Maniaci on tambourine.
Bosque's advanced choir gets upper school students in the wintery-holiday spirit with their rendition of "Baby It's Cold Outside."
Junior Colin and Bosque staff member Matt Fike performed an original piece, along with a song by Joe Satriani, “Starry Night,” at Musical Monday, December 15.
Matt has playing guitar since mid school and has a passion for latin guitar. With Matt playing background on his acoustic guitar and Colin with the lead on his electric guitar, they set a cool and relaxed tone for the morning.
Bosque’s combined Intermezzo and Serenata String Ensembles performed at morning meeting on December 8. A piece from The Nutcracker Ballet, composed by Peter Tchaikovsky and arranged by Richard Meyer, was beautifully presented by these talented musicians.
Bosque’s band performed a piece, called “25 or 6 or 4, by the rock group Chicago on Monday, November 24 for morning meeting. Vocalists included Sofia ‘18, Ruth ‘17, Thalia ‘18, Alyssa ‘18, Grace ‘18 and Morgan ‘15.
Bosque Junior Shelby performed “Scene de Ballet” by Beriot on violin Monday, November 10. Shelby has been playing violin for the past 10 years and is well-known to the Bosque community for her musical talents.
Hannah ‘15 and Sarah ‘17 sang "Say Something" by American pop duo, A Great Big World, released as the lead single from their debut album, Is There Anybody Out There, with Ms. Joanna Hart accompanying them on piano.
Sarah has been taking voice lessons since she was ten and has been singing folk songs with her dad since she was three.
Hannah, a Bosque senior, has been accepted to Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, where she plans to major in voice.
Hannah and Sarah were both selected for the very prestigious and competitive New Mexico Music Educators All-State Mixed Choir this year. Both are well-known singers around campus and in Albuquerque!
Bosque upper school students sang a duet on Monday, October 27 during morning meeting. Both Taylor '17 on piano and Sam '16 on guitar, sang "Remembering Sunday" and started everyone's day on a positive "note!"
Hannah ‘15 and Bosque’s Serenata performed “Firework” by Katy Perry at Musical Monday on October 20.
Bosque senior Graham and Mr. VeSeart, Bosque Technical Theatre teacher, brought Bob Dylan back from the past with their fun rendition of “All Along the Watchtower.” With Mr. V on ukulele, swapping out with smaller and smaller ukuleles throughout the performance, and Graham on his toy piano, yes his “toy” piano, the two did a great job of sending the upper school faculty and students off in a happy and playful spirit.
When asked what their performance was all about, Mr. V and Graham explained, “All we are saying is that it was a ‘groovy love thing.’"
On Wednesday, October 8, Cantate performed “The Lion Sleeps Tonight,” arr. by Deke Sharon for a special guest, John Gulla, Director of the E.E. Ford Foundation in Brooklyn, NY, at upper school morning meeting. They also performed this at "A View of Bosque" last Sunday.
Having taken up guitar only 7 months ago, Izzy ‘18 wowed the upper school at morning meeting with her guitar and vocal skills. Currently a member of Bosque’s Cantate, Izzy has been singing since she was a toddler.
“When I'm singing in front of a crowd, it's the most nerve-racking thing. After I sing the first word, in the back of my mind I'm thinking, ‘Get me off this stage!’ but then I sing a little more, and I barely realize I'm singing in front of people,” Izzy shared.
Starting us off with Musical Monday this week was Hannah '15, who has been singing around Bosque and Albuquerque since she was a 6th grader! She has been in choir since the 7th grade and a member of Cantate, Bosque's advanced choir, for all four years of high school. Hannah has been in five Bosque School musical productions, many musicals around town, spent last summer traveling in Italy with Cantate, and then spent five weeks in an intense music program at the elite Berklee College of Music in Boston. She was thrilled when the Berklee College offered her a music scholarship. Hannah is not slowing down during her senior year, as she is the choir president and the manager for the cross country team!
The song "Not In That Way" was written and recorded by Sam Smith, a British singer-songwriter.
Colin ‘16 entertained the upper school at Musical Monday with his cool shades and electric guitar. Performing “Always with Me, Always with You, “ by Joe Satriani, Colin’s years of guitar practice transferred into a stellar performance.
Taylor is a freshman at Bosque. She sings in Cantate and is involved in multiple areas of the school. She took several years of piano, sang in the ABQ Girls Choir for many years and was in choir all through middle school. Taylor performed an original piece on piano.
Sophomores Colin and Claire performed "So Long, Goodbye" by Ten Years for Musical Monday on May 12. With Colin on guitar and Claire on vocals, the duo helped start the morning off on the right note!
A member of Bosque’s Cantate, she has been singing for many years and also takes voice lessons with Donna McRae here in Albuquerque. Allison sang “Dark Waltz” recorded by Hayley Westenra, a New Zealand singer. She wanted to sing it from the balcony of Budagher Hall to enhance the ethereal quality of the music because of the great acoustics in that space. Members of the upper school crowded in to hear her voice float above us!
Kalin ‘14 shared her beautiful voice on Monday, singing “Let It Go” from Disney's popular movie Frozen. Having been in choir for the past six years at Bosque, performing in school musicals, and as a member and President of the Tri-M Music Honor Society, Kalin has graced us with many amazing performances, such as the one earlier this week. She plans to study music and engineering at UNM next fall to take full advantage of the music scholarship she received.
In addition to music, Kalin plays tennis and is involved in many aspects of Bosque's community.
Accompanied by Zach Kerr on piano, Lexi ‘15 entertained the upper school students with her rendition of “Taking Chances” by Kara DioGuardi and Dave Stewart. It was recorded by Celine Dion and was the title track of her 2007 album.
Bosque takes pride in providing a venue and cheering on students as they take the stage and perform in front of a large group of their teachers and peers. For many of these brave and talented young people, this is their first time on a stage. According to Lexi, “This is my first year in Cantate and also the first time I have been in a school choir. I have not sung anywhere else because I feel most at home behind the scenes with the theater crew (and not onstage). I currently sing, as well as play the piano and ukulele.”
In a last minute surprise performance, Hannah ‘15 sang a beautiful rendition of “On My Own” from Les Miserable on Friday, April 4. Hannah is a seasoned performer and has also combined her acting skills with her vocal talents in local musicals.
Bosque Senior Miranda, brought smiles to our faces at Musical Monday this week when she performed "I Will Follow You Into the Dark" by Death Cab for Cutie. Singing and playing her ukulele, she is known on campus as a talented musician for her amazing vocal, piano and ukulele skills.
Monday’s upper school morning meeting began with the sounds of a beautiful piece, “Sicilienne” by Frank Kreisler.
Bosque sophomore, Shelby, set a peaceful tone to the morning while playing her violin. Having been playing for ten years, she finds music relaxing and sometimes a nice challenge. “I find that when I learn a hard piece I feel very accomplished.” In the past she has participated in the Albuquerque Youth Symphony and currently is in Bosque’s strings program. When asked if she will study music in college, Shelby replied, “ I don’t think I want to go into music studies in college, but I definitely want to keep playing on the side with whatever I end up doing.”
Seniors Derrick and Maddy performed “Falling,” a love song by the Lumineers, on Tuesday morning. Derrick, well known on campus for his outstanding musical abilities, played guitar and sang alongside Maddy, who pleasantly surprised students and faculty with her amazing vocal skills.
Switching it up a bit, Jack '15, Gabe '15, Morgan '15, Jesse '15, and Phil '16 sang the "Song of the Lonely Mountain" off the soundtrack album for An Unexpected Journey from The Hobbit.
Wrapping up finals week with a wonderful holiday treat, we had a visit from Santa himself (or was it Mr. Cummins?). Bosque's Cantate performed "I Believe" by Schermerhorn/Whatley, and "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy," by Tchaikovsky/Funk conducted by our choir director Joanna Hart and accompanied Zack Kear on piano.
Katie ‘14 and Joseph ‘14 performed “The Swan” composed in 1886 by Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921), a French composer, at Musical Monday, December 2.
Katie on violin, has been playing since she was six years old and currently plays with the Albuquerque Youth Symphony and Bosque’s Serenata. Joseph on piano, began playing in 7th grade as part of the school’s performing arts curriculum. In addition to playing the piano, he participates in Bosque’s Choir and performs in the school’s musicals.
Allison ‘17 performed “Water is Wide” an English folk song whose lyrics partly date back to the 1600’s on Monday, November 18. Singing at the early age of five, and taking voice lessons at ten, Allison ‘17 has always enjoyed folk music and this song in particular.
In addition to her love of singing, Allison just started teaching herself how to play the guitar. She hopes to study music in college and possibly major in it.
Taryn Lester singing “Princess” by Stephen Flaherty. Taryn was accompanied by Zach Kear on piano this past Monday.
The past few weeks, Taryn could be found working as an Assistant Stage Manager for The PLAY Conservatory’s production of Captain Louie, Jr.
Disguised as phantoms, Miranda ‘14, Jesse ‘15, Luke ‘14, and Davis ‘14 performed “Phantom of the Opera” arranged by Lindsey Stirling at Musical Monday, October 28.
After realizing that this particular arrangement did not have written music for the base and guitar, Davis took the recorded piece to his base and guitar teacher of five years, Jason Forsythe, who helped them put the sheet music together. “I worked with Jason on how best to write the music for those two instruments, then Luke and I worked together to finalize it so we could incorporate the base and guitar,” explained Davis.
With Miranda on piano, Jesse on base, Luke on violin and Davis on guitar, the performance was a stunning way to begin the morning!.
English teacher and songwriter Kevin Cummins performed his song “Amelia Earhart” at upper school morning meeting on October 21. When he was in 5th grade, Mr. Cummins was assigned to write a one-page report on Amelia Earhart. The 10-year-old Mr. Cummins handed in a few sentences paraphrased from an encyclopedia article, and his teacher chided him, calling the short paragraph a “lackluster effort”. Decades later, while working as an English teacher, a shepherd of student writers, Mr. Cummins read a biography of Amelia Earhart and composed a song to honor her. Listen to Mr. Cummins introduce the song by relating Amelia Earhart to his teaching of Homer’s The Odyssey in ninth grade English.
Laura ‘14 performed “Ouvre ton coeur,” by Georges Bizet. Bizet is best known for his opera Carmen; this piece is similar in that, although it is sung in French, it is in a Spanish style.
Laura has been a prominent performer in Bosque's community for quite some time. She has had lead roles in musicals, wowed us at morning meetings, performed in Spaghetti and Serenades, and has been a member of Bosque's choirs since the 6th grade.
An avid music student, Laura attended the Eastman School of Music in Rochester over the summer. The program, Music Horizons, is for high school students of all musical abilities including composers. There was a competitive application process and only 40 talented students across the country were invited to participate. Laura was one of only 10 vocal performers to be accepted. The students took classes that they will be expected to take in college such as music theory, music history, aural skills, and composition/improvisation. In addition to these courses, they had master classes with their fellow majors (Laura was a voice major) where they each performed for one another and offered critiques. Everyone also had two hour-long private lessons a week, and they participated in career-oriented seminars. Laura recommends this opportunity to her fellow musicians: “It was an amazing experience. I especially loved working with non-singers. For instance, one of the composition majors wrote this incredible three- movement piece. I was lucky enough to work with him and perform in it at the end of the three weeks. I would highly recommend this program to any classical musicians, especially the summer before their senior year of high school.”
Laura is currently applying to colleges with music schools/conservatories that are associated with major colleges or universities. “I'm planning on double majoring in vocal performance and something in the humanities like creative writing or languages.”
As the choir was wrapping up on Friday, September 27, the senior choir members suggested that they should sing at Musical Monday to allow all the upperclassmen to begin their week with the spirit of music. With one quick rehearsal, the singers of the Class of 2014--18 of whom are participating in Cantate this year, which is the most of any class in Bosque history--decided to have a sing-along to “Ho Hey,” by the Lumineers. With Derrick ‘15 on guitar, it was an upbeat way to start the week. Thank you, Class of 2014!
In only her second week of upper school, Ruth ‘17 bravely took the stage for Musical Monday. In front of more than 300 upper school students, Ruth performed Sonatina by Carl Maria von Weber on the clarinet. Ruth only began playing the clarinet when she entered 6th grade at Bosque. Prior to that, she had studied a little on piano. Ruth’s stunning rendition of Sonatina was accompanied on piano by Zach, Bosque’s accompanist.
Luke ’14 performed Lindsey Stirling’s medley arrangement from Lord of the Rings soundtrack, originally composed by Howard Shore, at Musical Monday on December 10. Luke learned this piece by ear, since there was no sheet music available for that specific medley.
“I chose to perform this piece because The Hobbit film comes out this Friday, and I thought it would be a good celebratory song to play right before its release,” explained Luke. The Hobbit, the upcoming epic fantasy-adventure film trilogy, directed, co-written and produced by Peter Jackson (The Lord of the Rings) and based on J. R. R. Tolkien's 1937 fantasy novel The Hobbit will debut in theaters December 14.
Luke has been playing the violin since he was three and feels that the most enjoyable part of music is the self-expression it’s able to grant people who play an instrument or appreciate listening to it.
Hannah '15 and Tim '13 perform Fever on 8-23-12
The after school guitar members perform "Soul Sister" by Train. Colin '16, Henry '16, and Catherine '17 (singing).