THE MUSE

Piano sophomore Daniel Wang plays Sonata Op. 22 No. 11 in B-flat Major (Movement 1) by Beethoven. It was the second piece he played during the recital, after Prelude and Fugue in A-flat Major, BWV 862 by Bach. “In the beginning, I actually didn’t enjoy performing,” Wang said. “Eventually I came to enjoy it because I want to be able to perform music to an audience and make the audience feel what I feel when I practice.”

KLAVIER PIANO CLASS “RACHS” ON

George Wu, Arts Staffer
February 16, 2019
MAKING A MONOTYPE

MAKING A MONOTYPE

Adam Goldstick, Arts and Multimedia Staffer
February 8, 2019
DREYFOOS TAKES CENTER STAGE

DREYFOOS TAKES CENTER STAGE

George Wu, Arts Staffer
January 26, 2019

MAKING THE DANCES

Adam Goldstick, Arts Staffer
January 26, 2019
JURIES: THE GOOD AND THE BAD

JURIES: THE GOOD AND THE BAD

Adam Goldstick, Arts Staffer
December 21, 2018
CROSSING OVER

CROSSING OVER

Sasha Smith, Arts Staffer
December 13, 2018
Vocal teacher Kent Taylor directs vocal and strings students in the opening number of the annual Prism concert at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. “We’re on the Kravis Center stage, which is a lot different because it’s a whole entire auditorium,” vocal senior Carolyn Lord said. “It’s really nice to have family and friends and the school to come watch.”

PRISM

Sasha Monaco, Arts Editor
December 5, 2018
ARTS INDEX

ARTS INDEX

Sasha Monaco, Arts Editor
November 30, 2018
The Jazz Band holds their first concert of the year, having been practicing since Sept. in order to perform for an audience.. The students and conductors worked together to put on a show where bassists, pianists, and saxophonists alike performed songs under jazz subgenres such as blues and ragtime. “Usually as soon as one concert ends, we prepare for the next one,” band sophomore Fox Lopez said. “At the start of each year, we normally start around the second week of school, give or take a few days.”

JAZZ BAND CONCERT

Sasha Smith, Arts Staffer
November 16, 2018
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