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Choir gets new music for Winter Concert

Sonia Paulo, Staff Writer

November 3, 2013


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With Carlmont Choirs done with the Pops Concerts, new music was handed out to the students last week to start preparing for the winter concert. “The music performed at the winter concert is a lot harder than the others,” said Emilie Andersson. Typically the music performed at the winter concert...

Are meaningful music videos the new trend?

Are meaningful music videos the new trend?

Ravina Gujral, Staff Writer

November 3, 2013


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Recently, many different types of artists have been going the extra mile in creating music videos that not only have sentimental value for themselves, but also contain many deeper meanings that relate to others. Through these music videos, artists are able to further explain what the meaning behind their...

‘Pitch Perfect’: Hilarious, relatable, and perfect for music fans

‘Pitch Perfect’: Hilarious, relatable, and perfect for music fans

Lizzy Doctorov, Staff Writer

October 28, 2013


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A DJ turned a cappella performer along with award-winning stand-up comedian Rebel Wilson makes for a hilarious film. "Pitch Perfect" was so popular with music and dance fans that it is having a sequel come out in early 2015. “Pitch Perfect” always keeps your emotions strung tight, whether because of ...

11th annual Save the Music Festival brings smiles to community

11th annual Save the Music Festival brings smiles to community

October 8, 2013


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Carlmont Dance impresses at Save the Music

Carlmont Dance impresses at Save the Music

Tara Ebrahimpour, Staff Writer

October 7, 2013


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The 11th annual Save the Music festival was a day of singing, dancing, music, and family-filled fun at Twin Pines Park This year, part of Carlmont intermediate and advance teams performed, making it their sixth year performing at the festival. They performed excerpts from six dances, all of which...

Music makes an impact

Music makes an impact

Athena Duran, Staff Writer

September 17, 2013


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Evident in the large class sizes, Carlmont's music program has proven to be a great contribution to the lives of many students. As they begin to prepare for the Winter Concert, Junior Dario Johnson, spoke highly of the "american contemporary" genre they were rehearsing. Similar to any other art,...

Music piracy good for Industry

April 2, 2013


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Piracy is widely regarded as the bane of the music industry. Those sentiments are most often spouted by big record labels and advertising agencies who seek to maintain the status quo that is rapidly crumbling around them. From a consumer standpoint, piracy is great. Free music, average sound quality,...

SXSW music festival lineup impresses

SXSW music festival lineup impresses

March 13, 2013


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With every spring comes the SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas. A mutlimedia event filled with conferences, shows, and trade shows, SXSW (South by Southwest) attracts all types of people looking for entertainment and developments in various fields. The music is what pulls most to SXSW and the lineup...

Save the Music Festival

Save the Music Festival

October 17, 2012


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Spotify offers alternative for music users

Spotify offers alternative for music users

March 19, 2012


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Students at Carlmont have found a new music streaming service called Spotify that allows its users to listen to any of the over 15 million available songs. Most Spotify users access their accounts through Facebook. This allows them to share music with their friends by posting their favorite tracks...

Preview: Carlmont instrumental’s Chamber Music Night

Preview: Carlmont instrumental’s Chamber Music Night

Sabrina Leung, Editorial Director

February 11, 2012


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The Carlmont Instrumental Music program will hold its annual Chamber Music Night on Friday, Feb. 24 at 7:00 p.m. in the Student Union. Similar to the choir fundraiser, audience members will be able to enjoy eating desserts while listening to a variety of music. Students will be performing in duets, solo...

Students Save the Music

Students Save the Music

October 3, 2011


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On Sunday, the yearly Save The Music Festival was going on at Twin Pines Park. The festival is a fundraising event put on by School-Force meant to help put money into the seven schools in the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District: Fox, Nesbit, Cipriani, Redwood Shores, and Sandpiper Elementary...

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