The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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The Voice of the Bellwood-Antis Student Body

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Annie LeGrand and Trinity Riva sing at Cabaret Night sponsored by the Music Department.

On Monday, February 26 the Bellwood-Antis music department hosted Cabaret Night in the high school cafeteria to benefit the spring musical.

Cabaret is a form of theatrical entertainment that includes music, song, and dance among other art forms.

The tickets sold out, with around 160 people attending, and the B-A Music Department was able to raise $1,000 for the play Bye Bye Birdie. 

This money will go towards things like set building and props for the play. 

“It’s crazy to think we sold out all the tickets. That’s $1,000 that can go to set building,” said stage manager Abi Eckenrod. 

During the event, people were served DelGrosso’s dinners while watching student singers and musicians perform. 

There was a great variety of performances, such as solo singers and instrumental pieces, along with jazz tunes. Among the performers were Trintiy Riva, Thad Dick, Annie LeGrand, Jacob Caracciolo, Jocelyn Diehl, Giana Juart, Christian Jennings, Julia Johnson, Kate Bianchini, Colton Sparrow, and Brooklyn Lambert, Cameron Hoover, Jace Rimmey, Alex Langenbacher,  along with the entire B-A jazz band. Abi Eckenrod performed the solo “Love of My Life” by Queen on the flute.

“Cabaret night was a great success for everyone involved,” said choir director Mr. Logue. “The students loved being able to show off their talents, and the music department was thrilled to put on an event that was a huge success!” 

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