Students showcase musical talent at Spring Cabaret

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On Thursday night, April 26, over 30 M-A choir and guitar students performed at Spring Cabaret Night, showcasing their vocal and musical talents with self-selected songs. Separate from the Choir and Guitar concert this Friday, May 4, “Cabaret Night is more of a soloist showcase,” Patrick Maier, choir and guitar teacher, explained. Maier continued: “Students choose and prepare songs with greater independence. The concert focus is more on the ensembles.”

Experience among singers and musicians ranged from first-time performers to ‘seasoned veterans.’ Song selection also spanned across decades with some throwback hits from the ’70s and ’80s as well as some contemporary covers and originals. Watch the video below for a taste of the performances:

Sophia Alvarez, Jenna Christen- “Heavy”
Alexandra Gonzalez- “Nervous”
Alicia Letvin- “Gravity”
Callie Muhlner, Samira Sankaran- “Castle on the Hill”
James Pongi, Christiana Young- “Brokenhearted”
Avani Anne- “Eyes Wide Open”
Gigi Rutsky, Kelley McCutcheon- “Dancing in the Moonlight”
Kobie Barker- “Love Yourself”
Bradley Stillman, Johnny Eisenstat- “Fire and Rain”
Baylie Bofenkamp- “Sunday Morning”
Karina Yum- “Hand in Hand”
Serena Gertner- “Happiness”
Natalie Bergan- “I Believe in Us”
Raphael Li- “Art of Motion”
Eimile Briggs- “Not About Angels”
Ethan Stoneham- “When We’re Older”
Nadia Moreno- “Best Part”
Cameron Meyers, Andrew Kraft- “More than Words”

Andrew Tan is a senior and third-year writer for the M-A Chronicle who enjoys writing features, particularly about sports. His favorite sports to write about are football, baseball, and basketball. He is excited to work with the revamped Chronicle staff to develop and improve the paper.

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