At the end of our first full day in Cuba, vocal jazz students performed for the returning hotel guests at the seaside resort restaurant.
Greetings! While our Internet access over the next week in Cuba will be spotty (at best), we are looking to be able to provide updates from this year’s tour via the school’s Twitter account (@gleneaglemusic), and in the weeks following the trip here on the music blog. To whet your appetite, you can enjoy some […]
A few conversations with Gleneagle Music students today between performances at the Heritage Music Festival in Anaheim, California. See how the rest of the trip has been unfolding here.
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 […]
Though possibly a little heavy on pictures of our Cuba Tour, we can offer the excuse that it was a highly memorable experience (and setting for many beautiful photographs). Thanks to Nolan & Jeff who supplied many of their shots to join with Mr. J’s albums.
Musical Talons students, accompanied by Mr. Jackson, recorded this Take Away Show edition of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros‘ “Home” over the May Long Weekend’s Adventure Trip. Other notable videos from the district highschool gifted program’s visit to the National Historic Site include senior Olga Belikov’s spellbinding cover of Josh Ritter’s “Girl in the […]
Jeff and Kyle sing what they see in a horse-drawn carriage on the streets of Veradero, Cuba.