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Review: Music Collective Concert

Review: Music Collective Concert

Evan Marohn, Staff Writer

March 31, 2016

  The 16 members of the Music Collective entered the stage wearing black pants and shirts, the dark-colored pattern broken only by the colorful scarves each member wore around their neck. Each musician then donned a pair of dark sunglasses before launching into their performance. The Musi...

Review: Camerata Masterworks Concert

Review: Camerata Masterworks Concert

Chloe McKim Jepsen, Staff Writer

March 31, 2016

The Camerata Masterwork Concert began at 7:30 p.m. in the atrium crowded with eager spectators. Before the performance, chorus director Michael Driscoll, expressed positive sentiments about the upcoming performance. “This is all Italian Baroque, so 1700-1750 era, featuring Camerata and a subgroup...

Gallery: Museum of Bad Art

Gallery: Museum of Bad Art

Arianna Iavarone, Staff Writer

March 28, 2016

According to the Museum of Bad Art's website, MOBA is a community-based, private institution dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition and celebration of bad art in all its forms and glory. Their mission is to bring the art to the widest of audience. The pieces of work below are featured...

Review: Orchestra Concert

Review: Orchestra Concert

Sascha Wolf-Sorokin, Staff Writer

March 27, 2016

  The Robert Dubbs Auditorium stage was filled with performers dressed in all black. The students began playing their instruments: violins, violas, cellos and basses. The music had a fast tempo, but did not feel rushed. Suddenly, it came to a halt and the musicians drummed their feet against the flo...

Art school applications require extensive portfolios

Art school applications require extensive portfolios

Yoel Abulaf, News Layout Editor

March 25, 2016

The college application process is not the same for every student. For students interested in going to art colleges, they must focus on subjects that they might be interested in studying and creating an extensive portfolio that showcases their talents. The key to finding success in this different pr...

Review: Catutstrophe

Review: Catutstrophe

Lauren Mahoney, Staff Writer

March 23, 2016

A high-stakes lightsaber battle is not a scene you would expect to take place in front of the tomb of King Tut, but that is exactly the climax of the high school’s festival play, “Catutstrophe.” The show, directed by drama teachers Mary Mastandrea and Mark Vanderzee, was performed on March 10 and 1...

Music Collective performs at Berklee High School Jazz Festival

Music Collective performs at Berklee High School Jazz Festival

Evan Marohn, Staff Writer

March 22, 2016

From performing at a laid back concert in the band room to playing in front of judges alongside bands from as far away as Florida and Denmark, the high school’s Music Collective, also known as the high school’s jazz band, has a wide variety of opportunities to showcase their music. The Berklee Colleg...

ROM: Bottega Fiorentina

ROM: Bottega Fiorentina

Ethan Gainsboro, Staff Writer

March 21, 2016

  Although the restaurant looked quite small, an elegant smell of genuine Italian food filled the entire eatery. The aroma, combined with the plentiful selection of entrees and warm, friendly service, made for a quality midday meal. Bottega Fiorentina, located in Coolidge Corner, serves quality fo...

AOM: Lilly Hartman

AOM: Lilly Hartman

Maddie Nagler, Staff Writer

March 15, 2016

Create, critique, improve, repeat. Ceramics is a continuous cycle. The completion of one piece only leads to the inspiration for the next. Senior Lilly Hartman said that in ceramics you must constantly evaluate and improve your work in order to be truly creative. Hartman started taking ceramics ...

Review: Massachusetts High School Drama Festival

Review: Massachusetts High School Drama Festival

Paul Miller-Schmidt and Ella Kitterman

February 28, 2016

The audience laughed once again as Chuck, played by sophomore Jacob Zachary Flanders, caught a lightsaber in mid air to fight his adversary, the reincarnated King Tut, played by senior Josh Grosman, as the Star Wars theme score played in the distance. The Massachusetts High School Festival preli...

Review: Poetry Out Loud

Review: Poetry Out Loud

Reeham Choudhury, Sports Layout Editor

February 9, 2016

On Thursday, Feb. 4, a crowd accumulated outside the Black Box, waiting to enter. Students and teachers alike all grabbed a seat, waiting for the event to start. People who could not get a seat stood by the doors, attempting to catch a glimpse of the event. The crowd went silent as English teacher Rebec...

Review: Best of Broadway Musicals

Review: Best of Broadway Musicals

Marco Georgaklis, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

An inspiring orchestral harmony of piano, guitar, bass, percussion, violin, and woodwinds set the vibrant tone for the high school's Best of Broadway Musicals on Thursday, Feb. 4., at the Roberts/Dubbs Auditorium. A series of 29 songs from a variety of musicals, this well executed performance impressed ...

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