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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

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A Snapshot of the Concert

Music students perform at the Kravis Center for the 11th annual Prism Concert
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  • A small choral group performs “Vuelie,” from Disney’s “Frozen”, at the 2023 Prism concert.

  • Strings senior Myles Robinson plucks the bass to a jazz number, at the Prism pre-show.

  • Following the opening number of the show, “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” Principal Blake Bennett gives thanks and introduces the rest of the show.

  • Band senior James Ratchford hits the high note, while playing a soprano saxophone during the 2023 Prism pre-show.

  • After singing “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus,” the girls’ chorus blew a kiss to the audience.

  • Vocal junior Luke Saraceni, vocal sophomore Alex Matos, vocal sophomore Michael Nathanson sing “Riu Riu Chiu” atop the balcony.

  • Vocal senior London O’Brien strums the guitar and accompanies the mixed chorus in “Ocho Kandelikas.”

  • In the midst of the orchestra, piano senior Isabella Bernal plays along to “Let There Be Peace,” the final song on the setlist for Prism 2023.

  • Strings sophomore Petra Dababneh practices with her bandmates in a backstage storage room before going onstage. Before each song, performers gather there to collect themselves and rehearse their music.

  • Vocal juniors and seniors in the mixed chorus sing “Personent Hodie,” at the 11th annual Prism concert.

  • Band senior Ian Wheeler claps to the beat of “Sands of Africa.” Wheeler played the djembe drum during the song.

  • Band senior Caroline Svendesen prepares to play the french horn for the song “La Boheme.”

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Sadie Kanter is a first-year staffer and photo staffer on The Muse. Aside from photography, she plays the guitar, writes stories, and works on film projects. Sadie is very excited to be on the staff this year.
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Ashwin Kishor, Photo Staffer
Ashwin Kishor is a first-year photo staffer on The Muse. Aside from capturing “the Dreyfoos Magic”, Ashwin competes in debate and loves playing tennis. From rhythmically composing music on his Indian drum set (the tabla), mixing a myriad of different tracks as a DJ, or listening to the newest rap music out each Friday, Ashwin loves music. He’s also a pizza connoisseur, and on a quest to find the best slice in the country (make sure to give him any recommendations!). Ashwin can’t wait to take numerous photos on The Muse this school year.
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Belen Rivera is a first year photo staffer on The Muse. She joined the publications in hopes of going to more school events and coming up with new ideas for the publication. She loves music, specifically 90s rock and R & B as well as movies, her favorite being Amelie. She is most looking forward to expanding her horizons and learning new skills.
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