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Choirs end the year with ‘The Language of Song’

Choirs end the year with ‘The Language of Song’

Sophie Lynd, Staff Writer
May 16, 2017
Filed under Campus

Carlmont choir performed their final show of the year in 14 different languages. As the theme was "Language of Song," the Singing Scots opened the show with a Brazilian ceremonial song, “Estrela e Lua Nova.” The choirs spread out onstage and around the audience to bring the music to life. “...

‘Nobody Love’ is not your ordinary pop song

‘Nobody Love’ is not your ordinary pop song

Adriana Ramirez, Staff Writer
April 9, 2015
Filed under A&E

"Everybody is looking for that new thing," sang Tori Kelly in her new single "Nobody Love." This song is the new "thing" you should be looking for, if you haven't found it already. It may sound like your regular pop song at first, but it's much more than that. Victoria "Tori" Kelly, an America...

Unwinding after a long day through song writing

Unwinding after a long day through song writing

Connie Yi, Staff Writer
March 18, 2015
Filed under Student Bios

Three minutes is all that it takes. Senior Nisha Aeri has used music and composing to cope with stress all her life. Aeri writes lyrics to express her inner feelings about all aspects in life. Her three minute songs help her get through the rough days of a high schooler. "I started writing lyrics...

Kelly Song

Kelly Song

May 17, 2014
Filed under SS Staff

A wild journalist and an enthusiastic cook, Kelly Song has a passion for many aspects of her high school life. In addition to being a staff writer at Carlmont, she is also a columnist for her city newspaper, the Redwood Shores Pilot. She plays the violin competitively and loves to freelance for local...

Award winning Disney song shines at the Oscars

Sonia Paulo, Staff Writer
March 4, 2014
Filed under Campus

Every year the award category of best original song stirs up excitement at the oscars. This year at the 86th annual Academy Awards, the award for best original song went to “Let It Go” from Disney's original movie "Frozen." The song, originally sung by Idina Menzel, beat out other hit songs includ...

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