We’re going to be having our midsemester concert November 6 at 8 pm. Tentatively in Stokes auditorium.
Tonight we’ll be performing “It’s Raining Men” and “Evening Rise” at the parents concert. We’re going third, after orchestra and the Mainliners.
The semester concert is tentatively scheduled for 12/12 at 9:30 in Zubrow. Alums, students, parents, and members of the community welcome! More details TBA.
Rachel has the answer! Rehearsals will have 10 minutes for warm-ups, an hour for new songs, and 20 minutes for review. We’ll be covering songs as follows:
- Abby’s Senior Solo: Oct 7, Oct 8
- Gina’s Junior Solo: Oct 9, Oct 10
- Susan’s Junior Solo: Oct 11
- REVIEW EVERYTHING: Oct 18
- Carrie’s Senior Solo: Oct 21, Oct 22
- Vanessa’s Sophomore Solo: Oct 25-Oct 29
- REVIEW EVERYTHING: Nov 1
- College Group Song: Nov 4, Nov 5
- Fuck You Solo Audition: Nov 8-Nov 12
- REVIEW EVERYTHING: Nov 15-Nov 29
And then we’ll have 10 new songs in one semester instead of 9 new songs in a year!
It’s gotten pretty confusing. Just a reminder, rehearsals are:
- Wednesdays at 9 in the DC basement
- Thursdays at 7:30 in the Campus Center
- Sundays at 8 in the Campus Center
Last night the Blues were joined by six new members:
We’re thrilled that they’ll be joining us, bringing our total up to 19! Welcome Baby Blues!
The Blues are very pleased to announce that we have just welcomed six new amazing members into the group! Congratulations Arielle Harris, Zoe Burns, Elizabeth Willis, Kirsten Larsen, Fairleigh Barnes, and Jenny Sanford. We are all thrilled to have you be our new baby blues!
Because we’re singing 10 new songs next semester, we’ve got of arranging going on this summer. Apartment dwellers are tackling a few songs, and a couple of people are working in their hometowns. We have some new arrangers who will all do fantastic jobs on their pieces.
Allison has already started working on Kiss Me, so we want to make sure that everybody gets their range checks in to the group via email. Grab a piano and send in your comfortable range and your stretch range. Mark from middle C (like, I can sing from the F below middle C to the A in the second octave above middle C comfortably. True fact).