Promo: Fly Me to The Moon

Promo: Fly Me to The Moon

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Braden Bell | The Feather Online

Juniors Wesley Hinton and Lindsay Weimer practice their duet, ‘I See the Light,’ from Disney’s Tangled, Feb. 5.

‘Fly Me to the Moon,’ the fourth annual Valentines concert put on by choral director, Susan Ainley will be held in the Student Ministries Center, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. The concert features a wide selection of music ranging from breakup to love songs.

The event provides members of both the campus choir, Cantiamo and women’s ensemble, Bellezza the opportunity to showcase their talents individually and in duets.

Choir lifer, Brennen Tozlian, ’21, will be playing, ‘Take it All,’ by Adele during the concert. This is the first time Tozlian’s first solo performance in front of a crowd.

“I find it hard to sing in front of my peers,” Tozlian said. I’m always so nervous, but I figured that if I didn’t do it now then I would never do it. This is my first time ever performing alone in front of anyone. However, I’m really excited. People should come to the Valentine’s Day concert to come here what the choir can do when it’s normal songs and not just choral music.

“I used to take piano lessons when I was in elementary school,” Tozlian continued, “but I always played by ear so I quit because It was hard to actually look at the music. So I can’t read music but I can learn a song on the piano without music.”

Come out to the SMC and join the FC music departments’ celebration of love and friendship at 7 p.m., Feb. 9. There are no fees for admission but donations to the FC music department would be greatly appreciated.

In the following video, junior Braden Bell highlights a few of the students who will perform in the ‘Fly Me to the Moon,’ Valentines concert. 

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Check out last years video, Valentine’s Day Concert 2018

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By |2019-02-06T09:56:51+00:00February 5th, 2019|Feature Video, Media, Videos 2018-19|2 Comments

About the Author:

Braden Bell
From selling papers to benefit the local children’s hospital to interviewing global leaders like Luis Palau, Braden Bell, ‘20, has established a confidence and professionalism on The Feather Online as he enters his third year on the team. After improving his skills as a journalist he now looks to gain confidence in video making and camera skills. Aside from The Feather Bell is a member of student leadership, Brother to Brother, a mentoring program, CSF and plays multiple school sports. Upon finishing high school, he hopes to own his own company, studying at Fresno State in the field of company administration with a focus on construction. His interest in design and architecture formed over a period of many years while working with his family on various projects around the house.

2 Comments

  1. Susan Ainley February 6, 2019 at 1:32 pm - Reply

    Braden that video is simply beautiful! Thank you for highlighting the students so well!

  2. Kamryn Schultz
    Kamryn Schultz February 6, 2019 at 5:59 pm - Reply

    So excited for this concert!

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