The acoustics in the rehearsal space were too good not to share.
Over spring break, the Gleneagle Music Department will be headed south to Los Angeles and the Heritage Music Festival, where we brought home many awards and recognitions four years ago (when the festival was held in New York City). Students in Gleneagle’s bands, choir, and vocal jazz ensembles will be taking in not only the […]
Solo by Nicholas Van der Velden, accompanied by Mr. Trovato.
In continuing to break out of the box of physical limitations around the performing arts (many of them only happen once: if you miss it, you miss it), and find new ways to preserve and otherwise share our department’s myriad wonderful concerts, improvisations, and tour stops, Gleneagle Music’s Spring Concert (June 9th – 7pm PST) […]
After eating lunch in a courtyard restaurant next door, Gleneagle’s Concert Choir put on a two song set in the cavernous Cathedral of Havana, built in 1777 and for a time home to the remains of Christopher Columbus. Passersby and locals were treated to an inspiring few minutes’ stillness on Tuesday afternoon. Despirit de le […]
Check out Gleneagle’s Cuba 2011 photoset on Flickr, and stay tuned for more recordings from this year’s inspiring tour to be shared on the Music Department’s Soundcloud account, as well as Mr. Jackson’s Youtube channel.
Two songs we’re hosting right now: Gleneagle’s Concert Choir – “O Canada” Ashton – “Songbird” (Instrumental Eva Cassidy cover) After ‘shopping’ around for a place to host and share Mp3 files easily on the web, Gleneagle has finally begun its tenure with an online musical community that fits with our department’s goal of getting our […]
Though we may have a way to go before we catch up to Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros version of “Home,” we hope you enjoy the sing-along that broke out on the last day of school. A good day in June, and a great end to a terrific semester!