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Concentrated Kunkel: Pointing out a pitch, junior Rachel Kunkel leads The Intonations at rehearsal. The new choir group is all-inclusive, requiring no auditions or previous choir experience.

The Intonations crescendo

Sloane Shabelman, co-a&e editor
November 12, 2021

One year ago, juniors Lila Becker, Rachel Kunkel, and Jubilee Chen walked along the track in P.E., discussing their experiences with choir. All three felt frustrated by the lack of opportunities available...

Cheerful Chung: Flipping through his binder of songs, senior Noah Chung practices with the a capella group Nine. A recent transfer to South, Chung is grateful to be involved in choir.

Nine newbie Noah Chung

Anna Marquardt, co-a&e editor
November 12, 2021

Roughly 30 minutes before pressing submit on his virtual audition for Nine, South’s boys a capella group, senior Noah Chung began practicing. He never expected to make the cut, as singing had always...

SINGING WITH SOUL: Sight-readng his sheet music, senior Ethan Larson  practices music from one of his many singing groups. Larson serenades audiences as a member of Nine, Scat That! and Chamber Singers. Photo by Sean Dolan

Larson assumes leadership role in Music Department

Maeve Plunkett & Imra Tajuddin, staff reporters
November 6, 2015

Whether it’s caroling in the halls around the holiday season for Chamber singers, harmonizing with the other  members of Nine or singing gibberish instead of words in a Scat That! performance, senior...

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