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Dance Celebrates Its 25th Year

What 25 years ago started as a group of seven dancers taught by one teacher in the East Gym in 1989 has evolved into a celebrated dance program with two studios and eight instructors. Visual and Preforming Arts Chair Jennifer Whitcomb knew when she started as a freshman in high school that dance ...

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Garn—Weise Throw Down The Beats

Normally, when we think of what it means to be a musician, we immediately think of someone in orchestra, band or choir. But there are people like Emerson Garnett ’16 and Will Von Weise ’15 who do not fit this traditional mold and have chosen to direct their talents in a different way by ...

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A Noteworthy Co-Curricular

For many, afternoon practices at Deerfield have involved fields, rinks and courts; but for a group of dedicated musicians, it now calls for instruments, scales and arpeggios. It can be difficult for musicians to find the time to practice their instruments while keeping up with the many demands of ...

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Big Green Aims For The Silver Screen

Over 25 Deerfield students have begun filming Novacane {sic}, with the ambitious goals of screening it at film festivals. Written and directed by Dane Scott ’16, the movie centers on teenager Charlie and her spiral into a life of crime as she searches for answers concerning her mother and ...

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Meet The Rhapso-D’s

What is a typical rehearsal like? Andrea and Yuri: We start at 6:15. Penelope is warming up to a high G. We all gather around the piano and warm up, then Mr. Van Eps comes in and helps us learn the songs. One minute later, he’s caught secretly peacing out. If you could trade places with ...

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Leading Ladies Will Make You Laugh

This winter, the theater program is preparing the lighthearted comedy Leading Ladies, written by Ken Ludwig and directed by Theater Director Catriona Hynds. A warm contemporary American comedy set in Pennsylvania, Leading Ladies strives to shift from the grave and dramatic atmosphere of the fall ...

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Yueniversal Films

This October, Emily Yue ’16 captured the attention of hundreds in Times Square, New York City, winning the Best Rising Female Star film award. AMC Theaters hosted their second annual All-American High School Film Festival, where Yue made her claim to fame in the film realm. Yue went from filming ...

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Lin Strikes Gold

The next time you walk by the Black Box in the freshly revamped Hess Center, you might just see an image of yourself embroidered and buried amid an aggregation of gold. Lin Tianmiao, P’15 presents her sculpture, “The Golden Age,” Dr. Curtis. Immense in size and exceedingly intricate, spanning ...

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Meet The Mellow-D’s

Describe A Typical Rehearsal Tarek: We start, we do warm-ups, and then 15 minutes later, Tomas shows up. After that, Will gives a little lecture about not being late. Then we start singing, but everyone is singing whatever they want. Juan starts busting out Beyoncé, and we have to calm Juan down. ...

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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Artist of the Issue: Zibo Gao

Zibo Gao ’15 “Music for me is all about the connection,” remarked Zibo Gao ’15. “I just feel the music really well. I can tell what the music wants to say.” Gao has been studying classical violin since he was five. Although his parents encouraged his music career, Gao’s drive ...

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